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To the Editor: Normally, I support the rights of free enterprise/business to be free from government interference as to how they conduct themselves in most areas. After I read the Fox News story with the below headline, (also the following link), my more
I gave him my ice cream bowl. I know they say you shouldn't give dogs ice cream. But it was just the empty bowl with a coating of coffee ice cream that I couldn't get with a spoon. Really, how could that be dangerous? Ollie was watching my every move, more
In the blink of an eye, another Rhode Island summer is now a distant memory and the winds of winter are upon us. With Thanksgiving this week and the major traditional celebrations of Hanukah, Christmas and Kwanzaa just on the horizon, it is a time to more
A ringing surprise George Farrell, founder and chair of the Rhode Island Fire Chiefs Honor Flight Hub that has conducted 17 flights transporting more than 500 World War II and Korean War veterans to Washington, D.C. was surprised by his board of more
Mindy Lane of Keller Williams Central in Cranston has been elected president of the State-Wide Multiple Listing Service (MLS), the real estate data exchange service. Lane has been actively involved in the Realtor organization since 2000. She currently more
The Roger Williams Park Zoo will offer a free admission day to all on Friday, Nov. 24. Zoo family hope that visitors will share the holiday spirit with the community by bringing non-perishable food items to benefit the Rhode Island Community Food Bank. more
Cedar Hill is GI Strong All students from Cedar Hill Elementary took time last Friday to march around the school in honor of the late Ginanna Cirella, a Toll Gate High School student who passed away earlier this month after being beset by a sudden bout more
By JOHN HOWELL Roberta Steinle doesn't have an explanation why those seeking assistance under the Neighbors Helping Neighbors program dropped by about 8 percent this year even though, according to the Rhode Island Community Food Bank, needs are greater more
Richard Baribault, 42, and Troy Gunderway, 47, both of Warwick, were sentenced Friday by Superior Court Justice Brian P. Stern for the Aug. 1, 2015 murder of Fernando Silva, 70, who was locally known … more
LARCENY On November 4 at approximately 11:50 a.m. Officer Michael Walker responded to the YMCA on Centerville Road for a report of a larceny from a vehicle. At the scene he met with the reporting party, who stated that she arrived at the YMCA at more
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