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By ETHAN HARTLEY The Narragansett Council of the Boy Scouts of America (NCBSA) has been going through some unprecedented changes. In the midst of trying to stymie an historic decline in enrollment, and breaking news that they would be allowing girls into more
It was a combination of chance and inspiration that led Andrew Grover to build scaled-down LEGO models of the closed Aldrich and Gorton Junior High Schools. The plastic pieces of architectural art … more
Deep roots of kindness Jen Lima, whose son Justin Lima was good friends with Kevin Lorenz, said she burst into tears when she found a cross carved into the stump of the tree where 26-year-old Lorenz died in a motorcycle accident on June 5, 2015. The tree more
By JOHN HOWELL -- Some of Rep. K. Joseph Shekarchi's supporters thought he might be up against the Super Bowl. Would many of those thinking of attending his $150 a ticket fundraiser at the Crowne Plaza Thursday night already be in Minneapolis? more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- The president of the Rhode Island state firefighters union has responded strongly to criticisms levied against the binding arbitration process, which they claim were unfair and disingenuous. more
Poker faces? Axel Johnson and Madeline Gagnon might be accused of poker faces, but they were smiling as the division winners of the Friday Poker League at the Pilgrim Senior Center. They were winners for the four- to five-month play ending in December. more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Consumers are being advised to not consume meats and cheeses purchased from the Stop & Shop deli located at 300 Quaker Lane between the dates of Jan. 18 and Feb. 2 following a possible exposure to Listeria monocytogene bacteria, which more
Michael Muller, PharmD, BCPPS, a clinical pharmacist specialist in neonatology at Women & Infants Hospital was recently recognized as the Health System Pharmacist of the Year by the Rhode Island Society of Health System Pharmacists. This is the society's more
By JOHN HOWELL President Trump won't be on the November ballot. That hasn't stopped former Warwick State Representative Joseph Trillo from running as Rhode Island's Trump candidate for governor. A Republican turned independent, Trillo ran the president's more
DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE On Jan. 26 at approximately 5:42 p.m., Officer Fontaine was at the intersection of Woguagonet and Oakland Beach Avenue when he observed a silver Chevrolet Impala traveling south on Oakland Beach Avenue at a high rate of speed. more
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