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Save The Bay is accepting registrations for the 41st Annual Save The Bay Swim. The iconic 1.7-nautical-mile swim will be held Saturday, July 29 at 6:15 a.m, at the Naval War College, crossing the Narragansett Bay East Passage to finish at Potter Cove in more
You'd never guess what they served Well, it was St. Patrick's Day and Senator Michael McCaffrey maintained a tradition he started by hosting lunch at the Pilgrim Senior Center. The popular event brought out members of the McCaffrey family along with more
The Rhode Island Department of Education (RIDE) is encouraging parents and guardians of children in grades 3 through 12 to share their perspectives on education and the issues affecting their families. The annual SurveyWorks questionnaire will provide a more
An innovative, non-invasive breath test that can detect the source of many gastrointestinal symptoms in adults is now available from the University Medicine Patient Center at 375 Wampanoag Trail in East Providence. University Medicines Division of more
A day to wear red On Wednesday, March 1, Representative Chris Blazejewski introduced a resolution to officially declare for a first time March as Bleeding Awareness Disorders Month in Rhode Island. Meagan Murray, Warwick resident (third on left), and her more
The Gout Exxchange, a free, educational dinner program about managing chronic gout will be hosted Wednesday in order to help others learn more about chronic gout, hear from a healthcare provider about a medication that may help treat chronic gout, hear more
At the time of year when colleges are sending out financial aid packages, the Rhode Island Foundation is offering students and their families more than $1.8 million in scholarships. Dozens of individual, family and organizational donors established more
“That was excellent entertainment and some great food, too!” Manny Mihailides – along with 100 other people – offered similar assessments of the Tri-City Elks annual St. Patrick’s … more
March madness Take a bunch of energetic kids, add 14 members of the accounting staff from Balise auto dealerships and you're certain to have a bit of March madness on the Norwood Boys and Girls Club basketball court. Six of the Balise team joined the more
The heart-wrenching decision to close St. William Church has left a void in many of its parishioners, some of whom have been attending for decades. “It’s sad as could be,” says longtime … more
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