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Two years after President John F. Kennedy had formally designated May as “Senior Citizens Month” at a meeting of the National Council of Senior Citizens in1963, President Lyndon B. … more
To the Editor: On behalf of the Buckeye Brook Coalition, I would like to extend our deepest thanks to the young women and men, as well as parents of; Pack 1 Warwick, Pack 7 Buttonwoods, and Troop 7 Buttonwoods, who participated in the Coalition's annual more
Benjamin Franklin once said that an investment in education pays the best interest. While he is certainly referring to the investment of time it takes to become educated, and the interest" of that being the wealth of opportunities afforded to those who" more
Thanks to many generous Rhode Islanders - and their letter carriers - the Rhode Island Community Food Bank received more than 60,000 pounds of food through the Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive on Saturday, May 12. For the 26th year, members of National more
By JOHN HOWELL Scott Avedisian can be a patient man, but it's a good thing he didn't wait any longer. In what was the last ribbon cutting of his more than 18 years as mayor, Avedisian did the honors Tuesday to officially open the Business Information more
Putting their backs into it Gamm Theatre employees didn't waste time last week as they cleared the former Ocean State Theatre Co. building in preparation for renovations as Gamm's new home that will open this September. Furniture, stage sets and more
Dressed for the derby Michele Keir and Richard Blackman of Warwick were in full Kentucky Derby regalia at the Run For The Roses Gala" held by the American Parkinson's Disease Association of Rhode Island on May 4. This premiere event was held at the" more
By JOHN HOWELL In some ways the Comfort Inn on Post Road next to the airport was a beginning for the Rhode Island based Procaccianti Companies and TPG Hotels & Resorts. Until then, the company had acquired several area independent inns. The Comfort Inn more
The Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management (DEM) is advising homeowners that it does not anticipate widespread defoliation of trees by gypsy moth caterpillars in Rhode Island this year, as occurred in 2016 and 2017. There will still be some more
By PEDER SCHAEFER The Reverend Don Anderson, executive minister of the Rhode Island State Council Churches, said Monday that she will be taking a three-month sabbatical to complete her transition to becoming a woman. Anderson, 70, informed the council more
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