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By DON FOWLER Warwick resident Lori Bernard is a certified personal trainer, certified health coach and certified hypnotist. Personal trainer" and "health coach" are familiar terms in today's health conscious society. But when you add "hypnosis" to the" more
The 6th Annual Nativity Lighting at the Rhode Island State House (in the Rotunda area) will take place Wednesday, December 19 from 3 to 4 p.m. The Joy to the World Nativity Committee will light the Nativity Scene, celebrating the coming birth of Christ. more
By JOHN HOWELL There weren't many MINI Coopers in 2003. But that didn't stop Steve Scales from pursuing a whim - How many toys could be stuffed in one of the Matchbox-sized cars and drive to Make-A-Wish? He put out the challenge to MINI Cooper owners more
Ginny Barham, president of the Conimicut Village Association, led the countdown... more
Skates and shakes on Route 2 Lovers of burgers, fries and too many frozen drink combinations to list will rejoice to learn the Sonic restaurant on Route 2 (Bald Hill Road) is now open and serving customers with their trademark pull-up carhop service that more
Surely, you know what magical Christmas dust is made with. Ask any of the kids who visited Santa's workshop at the Kent County YMCA and they know it's a mix containing glitter and oats. Oats? Yes, oats, because reindeer like oats. And glitter? Of course, more
Pilgrim High School has posted the following honor roll for the first quarter: GRADE NINE HIGH HONORS: Fallon Adams-Bechaz, Azael Alvarez, Jaylin Baker, Justin Michael Bianchi, Anthony Blade, Julia L. Bock, Laura A. Bocompani, Gian Patrice Bowling, more
Memories have a way of staying alive, even growing. Richard Moranto, owner of the Beach Café at the foot of Oakland Beach Avenue and the intersection of Suburban Parkway, will always remember … more
The Council on Elementary and Secondary Education voted unanimously last Tuesday to approve updated teacher certification regulations that increase practical experience for teacher candidates, open up more flexible professional pathways into education, more
By JOHN HOWELL Their positions have been made clear. In a vote tallied last Monday, the union representing the faculty at CCRI overwhelmingly approved a no confidence vote in college President Meghan Hughes. Then, days later, the Council on Postsecondary more
Moving with dignity When the local Chapter 44 of TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) that meets at St. Rita Church in Oakland Beach learned that some foster children were using plastic garbage bags to pack up their belongings when moving to a new foster more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Herb Chambers, like many people, was quite excited about the prospect of walking into the car dealership and purchasing a brand-new Cadillac Eldorado in the early 1980s. Unfortunately, the experience with that particular establishment more
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