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Paying it forward Residents and staff at Sunnyview Nursing Home were in for a treat Wednesday when the self-proclaimed A Team from Brookdale West Bay showed up with tubs of frozen yogurt, lots of fresh fruit and sugary toppings. Brad Logan, a team more
By PEDER S. SCHAEFER When Mayor Scott Avedisian assumes his new job as CEO of the Rhode Island Transit Authority June 1, he wants to improve service by strengthening the connection between Rhode Island's universities, capturing more riders of choice, and more
According to a family member, yesterday afternoon Haylee, a 7-year-old student at John Wickes Elementary, underwent surgery to attempt to repair her leg, which was injured last Wednesday, May 9 around 7 p.m. when an SUV crossed the intersection of more
Hulk, the wheelchair bound dog who hails from the country of Jordan, has been adopted. His new family is calling him by his original name, Habibi, since he responds to it so well and it also means … more
The Roger Williams Park Conservancy presents its inaugural fundraiser, Dancing in the Park, on Friday, June 1 from 7-10 p.m. at the Bandstand at Roger Williams Park (1000 Elmwood Avenue in Providence). Dancing in the Park is a fun and festive evening more
The arts enable students to display their talents, and that's what brought hundreds of family members and friends to the Arts and Literacy Night held Thursday at Oakland Beach School. It was the first of the shows in a couple of years said first grade more
Mike Lannigan of the Sons of Union Veterans joined the Warwick Commission on Historical Cemeteries on May 10 flagging over 280 veterans’ graves at Brayton Cemetery in Apponaug. All 166 historical … more
OBSTRUCTION On April 24 at approximately 8:42 a.m., Officer Aaron Steere was on patrol in the area of Motel 6 on Jefferson Boulevard. He then observed a tan Buick with New York license plates, which was familiar to him as he reported that Officer Wells more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Vincent Arsenault had never built a cupboard before, but he was passionate about his senior project for Toll Gate - a report on hunger in Rhode Island - and so he knew he had to give it a try. It took a few months, and he solicited no more
By JOHN HOWELL The intent is to have trees and shrubs once again on a tract of land that was cleared of more than 40 trees - some of them believed to be more than 100 years old - by June 15, executive director of the Warwick Sewer Authority Janine more
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