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On September 23, the Rhode Island Community Food Bank will host its second Empty Bowls, an annual event that brings together more than 750 Rhode Islanders to raise awareness and much needed funds to ensure that no one in our state goes hungry. Last year, more
Friday's recount of the Ward 7 primary race did not change the outcome, although it took the state Board of Elections three tries before the results were declared official. In the four-way contest, which has determined who will be the councilman as there more
Dr. James Tracy summed up his role in a single sentence to an audience of students, faculty and alumni as he was installed the 10th head of Rocky Hill School Friday afternoon. After declaring his love for the school, he said, My job is to" more
While more than 150 people were at City Park beach on Aug. 14, in its investigation of the drowning of Jamir Stewart, the Warwick Police Department did not find anyone who witnessed the six-year-old slip beneath the water. It was like he" more
Jack Thomas looked like a kid who planned to play a practical joke on his friends. He grinned, his eyes flashed, and he lowered his voice so as not to let anyone else hear what he was about to … more
After being named for the role in February, the Community College of Rhode Island's new president was officially installed on Thursday. Chair of Rhode Island Board of Education Barbara Cottam, Chair of the Council on Postsecondary Education more
Mayor Scott Avedisian stopped by the family fair held Sept. 10 at Faith Baptist Church on Commonwealth Avenue. As part of the fun, there was a dunking tank, where Kim Herrington went for a splash … more
BURNED BUDS The aromatic smell of fresh and burned marijuana recently led to a driver being cited for possession. In a report filed by Officer Thomas Greene, on August 28 around 6 p.m. he was … more
A parade of six antique fire trucks lead off the Sept. 11 car show held at the imPossible Dream at the Toll Gate educational complex. The annual event is usually held at Sandy Motors in Coventry, but … more
The Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management (DEM) has observed and received reports of rust-colored patches of water (known as “rust tide”) in Narragansett Bay, Mt. Hope Bay and … more
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