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William “Boomer” Corcoran passed away unexpectedly at home on April 29, 2018. Born on October 12, 1950, he was the son of the late William E. and Margaret (Gillen) Corcoran. He is survived by … more
James E. Berube 71, of Deerfield Beach Florida and formerly of West Warwick, died May 11,2018 at the Deerfield Health and Rehab. Center. He was born in Providence, a son of the late Edward and … more
Anthony "Tony" Lena, a beloved family man and member of the community, died peacefully on May 13, 2018 at Kent County Hospital in Warwick, RI. He was a devoted husband to his wonderful wife, Val … more
Leroy A. Bundy, 74, of Davenport, FL passed away Friday, May 11, 2018. Born on May 31, 1943, He attended Durfee H.S., Fall River, MA before joining the navy. He previously lived in Warwick, RI … more
Bailey B. Butler, 23, passed away peacefully on May 12, 2018. He was the beloved son of James L. Butler and the late Sharon A. (Palardy) Butler. Bailey was employed in the construction industry … more
Constance H. Poitras, 83 passed away May 11, 2018. She was the wife of Henry J. Poitras, Jr. Born in Central Falls she was a daughter of the late Ulysses A. and Geraldine (Mercier) Lanciaux. … more
The first students in the historic Rhode Island Promise Scholarship program are in their second semester at the Community College of Rhode Island, and so far the numbers related to their success are … more
In their historic and controversial decision last fall, Boy Scouts of America announced that they would be slowly allowing the integration of females into their ranks, first through the Cub Scouts this summer and then allowing girls to get on a path more
To the Editor: The top echelon of the Republican Party have a worried demeanor evident when being questioned by the various media as the President seems more and more intent on discarding Democracy as the pillar of Americas' existence. The announcements more
The Boots on the Ground for Heroes Memorial will return to Roger Williams park this year and be on display and open to the public from Friday, May 25 until Memorial Day, Monday, May 28. This year, along with the display, OSDRI will host a Patriotic more
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