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Brendan C. Kane, president and principal of Peregrine Property Management in Rumford, has served as president of the Board of Directors for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Rhode Island since 2017. As he prepares to step down from this position and pass the more
By JAKE STEINFELD Obesity is the single greatest threat to American children. As a result, experts fear that this generation of kids may be the first to live shorter lives than their parents. So, how bad is it? Today, obesity accounts for more than 1 in more
To the Editor: Many Warwick families are extremely disheartened by Warwick Representatives' (Shanley, McNamara, Solomon, and Vella-Wilkinson) sponsorship of H 5266. This bill seeks to preserve the choice of out-of-district students to attend Warwick's more
The Ocean State Center for Independent Living will be hosting free Lunch & Learn Workshops in March on the topic of SSI/SSDI Benefits and Work Incentives. Representatives from the Paul V. Sherlock Center on Disabilities will discuss general SSI/SSDI and more
A slice now is better than a fall later As part of its ongoing tree trimming program, a National Grid contracted crew pruned trees along Sandy Lane power lines Tuesday. According to Ted Kresse, public information officer at National Grid, preventive more
It takes hours of practice, not to mention a lot of planning, direction and overcoming of “those butterflies” to stage a production like Walt Disney’s “High School … more
A toast to STEAM Stefan Pryor, director of the Rhode Island Commerce Corporation, raises his glass of Apponaug Brewery stout Tuesday night at the recently opened brew pub at the Pontiac Mills to toast STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts and more
By PETE FONTAINE Sometime around 11:30 last Thursday morning, a small fleet of mini-buses pulled into the Tri-City Elks Lodge parking lot on West Shore Road in Warwick. Most of the passengers were mighty military men, a.k.a. veterans and their aides who more
Find amazing deals on over 6,000 hardcovers, paperbacks, children's books and DVDs at the Friends of the Library Book Sale at Warwick Public Library on March 15-17. The sale kicks off with the Book Sale Preview on Friday, March 15 from 5-8 p.m. The Book more
The Community College of Rhode Island will celebrate March as Women’s History Month with a series of events at its four campuses. A highlight of the celebration will be a traveling “Conscience … more
Spring blossoms? Conimicut Village is renowned for its white way of ornamental pear blossoms, but it's too and too cold for that. Nonetheless, Kathy Eisemann's photo in the wake of Monday's snowstorm had us thinking twice. No, spring hasn't more
By JOHN HOWELL Kent Hospital is opening its doors to nurses on Tuesday and on the Tuesdays that follow. The invite appearing in advertisements in this paper as well as in other media is part of drive to recruit between 45 and 50 nurses, Judith Thorpe, more
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