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John Ricci showed off his 1934 Cadillac at this year’s Concours d’Elegance in Newport. The Johnston resident met Jay Leno, and his daughter Jennifer posed for a photo with the car show … more
The telegram arrived on Jan. 8, 1951. U.S. Army First Lt. Anthony R. Mazzulla went Missing In Action more than a month earlier, on Dec. 2, 1950. His mother had already lost one son. Losing a … more
Showcase Cinemas, a world leader in the motion picture exhibition industry, recenty announced a multi-million-dollar renovation to its landmark Showcase Cinemas de Lux Warwick on Quaker Lane. The theater is expected to launch its XPlus premium large more
Cranston resident and Johnston native Lou Massemini walked into the Rhode Island State House with a manila envelope under his arm. He arrived in Providence to honor the life of his late son, Louis … more
ANNELISE DEMERS Close your eyes, count to three, and listen to my voice. Linda Morse's repeats this phase every Monday morning at the Pilgrim Senior Center. Morse says yoga and senior centers have one thing in common. "They both about building more
John Ricci unveiled his 1934 Cadillac slowly. He peeled off sheets and blankets like small strips of wrapping paper. The bright red hood and its chrome accents flashed in the afternoon sun streaming through the garage door windows. " more
When 2001 Cranston East graduate Kioana Singleton was living in Sumter South Carolina she had a dream of owning her own mobile dog grooming business one day. On Aug. 1 that dream became a … more
By PETE FONTAINE One of the state's most historic non-profits - the Rhode Island Antique Fire Apparatus - has two missions for this Sunday's annual Fire Truck Show. First, there will be many, many fire apparatus from yesteryear on display at more
Rhode Island Gov. Dan McKee, along with Lt. Gov. Sabina Matos made the trip to Johnston High School to provide the state with its weekly COVID-19 update on Wednesday afternoon. In collaboration … more
The apples are fat and ready for plucking. The vendors are stocked and ready for selling. Are you hungry and ready for stuffing? The annual harvest season has arrived. And with the end of … more
Non-stop landscapers As soon as Minnie's Goat Coach pulled up to a vacant lot on Terrace Avenue in Conimicut, its 17 four-legged riders went to work munching just about everything they could sink their teeth into. Wayne Pitman, who lives on the bus with more
By ROB DUGUAY As the end of summer gets closer and closer, the festivities start to settle down. It becomes too cold to go to the beach, elements such as rain, wind, snow or a combination of the three can ruin an afternoon hike, and outdoor activities as more
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