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To the Editor:On Feb. 15 a local paper carried a story from the Norwich Bulletin relating to a Russian “Spy Ship” off the Coast of Connecticut. (Lawmakers: Russian ship patrolling off … more
Remember Cato from the Pink Panther movies? Or, better asked, how could you ever forget Cato, played by Burt Kwouk, and how he would spring from closets, behind doors, through windows and even from inside refrigerators to attack Inspector Clouseau played more
“Safety” is the reason given for the panhandling legislation approved by the Cranston City Council last week and now signed into law by Mayor Allan Fung. But let’s get real. Indeed, … more
Grant to expand services Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Rhode Island recently honored several local organizations at its 2017 BlueAngel Community Health Grants Event. Grants were awarded to Rhode Island nonprofit organizations combating the critical issue more
The state indoor track meet came down to the wire on Saturday at the Providence Career and Technical Academy between frontrunners Hendricken, La Salle and Central. However, the Hawks' depth carried them to their first indoor more
University Orthopedics has announced the addition of East Greenwich Spine & Sport physicians Matthew Smith, George Pasquarello and David Bica to its organization. With the addition of the non-operative services provided by these physicians, University more
The Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management (DEM) is hosting a series of events throughout February school vacation week to encourage families to get outdoors and explore Rhode Island. The forecast looks terrific with plenty of sunshine and more
The German American Cultural Society will hold a Fasching dance Saturday, February 25 at the Ratskeller at their club on 78 Carter Avenue, Pawtucket, from 7 to 11:30 p.m. The music will be by the Bavarian Brothers, with prizes for the best costume. more
New England Institute of Technology (NEIT) has been granted general authority to offer master-level degree programs within the scope of its mission by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC) Inc., Commission on Institutions of Higher more
A boost for Westbay The SkillsUSA students at the Warwick Area Career & Technical Center recently held a food drive during SkillsUSA week Feb 6-11. The students collected approximately 245 pounds of non-perishable food items that were delivered to more
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