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When Ron Barnes was a high school student at Cranston East, he marched in the Gaspee Day Parade as a member of the band. Since then, he has marched in the parade almost every year as a member of the … more
It’s officially named the Ocean State Vintage Haulers 28th Annual Show and is proudly presented by the Rhode Island Chapter of the American Truck Haulers Society. It will be held this … more
By ALEX MALM Less than a week after the school shooting at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde Texas  a threat of a school shooting at Lippitt Elementary School was investigated over the … more
Pawtuxet Park wasn’t overlooked by the Pawtuxet Village Association and the Edgewood Waterfront Preservation Association that collectively did a spring cleanup of Stillhouse Cove and the … more
Every child is unique; every human being distinctive. People, however, don’t always celebrate our differences. Johnston children’s book author Katie Hevey hopes a tale about a … more
Rhode Island’s average gas price is down 7 cents from last week, averaging $4.13 per gallon. Monday’s  price is 28 cents higher than a month ago, and $1.36 higher than … more
By JOHN HOWELL Kelly LaChance Guertin didn't need an invitation. As soon as she learned of Gov. McKee's $12.5 million Rhode Island Rebounds grant program to assist small businesses impacted by the pandemic, she applied for the maximum $5,000 grant. more
Warwick Neck Elementary School Principal Frank Galligan wanted to be a meteorologist growing up.  That was until he was a senior at Bishop Hendricken High School. That year he helped out at … more
She can’t see well, but she’s intelligent and even pretty good at math. Now she’s trying out acting, and soon she’ll make her debut on a television near you. Aria Mia … more
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