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I can't eat food anymore. Gone are the days of baked stuffed shrimp at Twin Oaks, a cheeseburger at The Thirsty Beaver or breakfast at Miss Cranston Diner. I now eat through a PICC line in my left upper arm. I live 24/7 in nausea and more
By JACOB MARROCCO Despite a little humidity, it was a perfect day for a milestone. Attorney General Peter Kilmartin and about a dozen staff members came down to the site of his office's new Customer Service Center on 4 Howard Ave. in Cranston to more
Rhode Island composers who dream of having more time to make music have until Sept. 5 to apply for $25,000 fellowships from the Rhode Island Foundation. The grants are considered to be among the largest no-strings-attached awards available to composers more
By RYAN CHAMPLIN -- Monday marked a big day for Rhode Island with the inaugural flight of the new daily service of Frontier Airline’s direct flights from Denver, Colorado and Orlando, Florida to Green Airport in Warwick. more
The American Cancer Society Making Strides Against Breast Cancer of Providence walk will be held Sunday, October 15 in Downtown Providence to support the fight against the second-leading cause of cancer death in women and ensure no one faces breast more
By JOHN HOWELL -- 2017 graduate James Kozusko plans to be an accountant, so it's not surprising he did the math when two years of free tuition at the Community College of Rhode Island became available on Aug. 3. more
Congressman Jim Langevin (D-RI) will hold a Town Hall meeting where he will give a brief update on the policies and initiatives he has been working on in Washington and take questions from the audience Tuesday, Aug. 22 from 6 to 8 p.m. The meeting will more
For Ben DeCastro, inspiration was found during the third and fourth quarters of the Dec. 4, 2016 New England Patriots game to write the children’s book, “Because Your Mommy Does Crossfit.” … more
`The class of 2017 at Bishop Hendricken High School achieved extraordinary things, whether it was in the classroom, on the field, or on the stage. This year's top ten students are a good example of some of the spectacular accomplishments of the class of more
Last month of camping The Warwick Boys and Girls Club summer camp held at the Masonic Youth Park off Long Street has been a popular program. Outdoor activities keep campers busy on those sunny days and when it rains the camp convenes at the Oakland Beach more
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