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FAMILY AFFAIR: David Gravino, owner of Iggy’s …
“Everyone knows that Iggy’s serves great clam cakes and doughboys, but what they might not know is that Iggy’s has donated $100,000 collectively to different charitable organizations,” Mayor … more
So as to remind people that the section of the Rocky Point shoreline walk near the Shore Dinner Hall will be closed for an undisclosed period during demolition of the building, Mayor Scott Avedisian … more
LUNCH OUT: Kiana, 5, Crystal, 10, and Katrina, 8, …
Kids younger than 18 years old can receive a free lunch Monday through Friday at the Boys and Girls Club Oakland Beach branch and the Masonic Youth Camp Grounds regardless of their residency or … more
DELAYED HONEMOON: GOP mayoral candidate Stacia …
Ray Hattoy said he had read about Republican candidate for mayor Stacia Petri. Then he got an automated phone call informing him of a meet and greet Wednesday evening at the Islander Restaurant. He … more
CHRISTENING: Cheryl Connors, senior VP of NETech, …
New England Institute of Technology (NETech) has a new opportunity for the unemployed of Rhode Island. A new program, Shipbuilding/Marine and Advanced manufacturing Institute (SAMI), provides … more
DUI OR REFUSAL Officer John Zaborski reported he was dispatched to a disturbance near Alvin and Mayflower Avenues around 10 p.m. on June 29. He said he arrived to find a man trying to cut the net … more
Getting Set: A Cardi crew marks utilities in …
Work on the Apponaug Circulator has been in progress for years. Buildings and trees have come down. The course of a new road connecting Veterans Memorial Drive to the intersection of Centerville and … more
EASY WAY DOWN: Adian O’Sullivan bounds off the …
The kids in Leadership Camp got a break Friday; they skipped pushups. There were no complaints and, surprisingly, no sighs of relief from the group, where the girls outnumber boys sitting at a … more
FAMILY TIME: Three generations of the Cabral …
:“It is pure Rhode Island. Everything from the books to the T-shirts, it’s all produced in Rhode Island,” Michael Cabral said Thursday, at the Grand Opening of his newest store – Ocean State … more
Dorothy J. McNally, 80, of Salix Street, passed away Saturday, July 19, 2014, at home. Born in Providence, she was a daughter of the late Thomas McNally and Flossie (Bailey) Davis. She was a … more
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