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It may sound too good to be true, but for 25 years and counting, St. Louis native and East Greenwich resident Bernard Rimmerman has made a living off of selling bandanas all over the state of Rhode … more
A collaboration between the Community College of Rhode Island, the University of Rhode Island, and the Jackson Laboratory in Bar Harbor, ME proved incredibly exciting for professor Wayne Suits who … more
Ever wonder if there was an alternative to sliced hot dog buns? Of course, store bought buns are already cut although it isn’t always the easiest thing to keep a hot dog nestled between the two … more
After years of designing jewelry for other stores, sisters-in-law Alexys Garrepy of Warwick and Jennifer Brousseau of Cumberland will finally be able to showcase a brand of their own. Garrepy and … more
Rhode Islanders thinking of getting a pet are in luck - the state has been named one of the best places in the country to own a pet. Rhode Island was recently ranked as the 9th most pet friendly … more
Fifty years, 300,000 households watching weekly, and thousands of donating members are just some of the numbers representative of Rhode Island’s PBS station WSBE as it celebrates half a century of … more
“I have always been a little different and a lot nerdy, so I had to make sure my wedding was the same,” says Cranston’s Kerri (Solitro). She and Chris Nash chose ‘Harry Potter’ as their … more
Tillie the pit bull spent most of her life in chains so heavy her legs broke repeatedly, leaving them bowed outward. She had litter after litter of puppies that were trained to fight in a multi-state … more
When Leah DeCesare left for college, her father educated her on the three "types" of men she'd encounter; forks, knives, and spoons. The prodding jerks were deemed the "forks," nerds the "spoons," … more
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