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We humans are creatures of habit. We set alarm clocks to off at the same time each morning, go through the same routines to get ready for work and most of us listen to the same few radio stations in … more
Nearly 100 Bishop Hendricken High School freshmen competed in the school’s science fair held Dec. 6. The annual event was coordinated by science teacher Lisa Iacaruso, and the top 10 projects will … more
The Rhode Island Inauguration Ceremony will be held on January 1 at 12 noon on the south portico of the State House. Governor Raimondo and the general officers will host a greeting line in the … more
Mayor Joseph Solomon will take the oath of office at a City Council meeting to be held Tuesday, Jan. 8 at the Crowne Plaza Hotel. The meeting, where elected members of the council and School … more
Most members and staff at Warwick’s Wave Federal Credit Union cannot remember a December where the lobbies weren’t bustling with members bringing in gifts and donations. For the 24th consecutive … more
Centreville Bank President and COO Harold M. Horvat has announced that Sarah Courtney and Violet Krikorian have joined Centreville Bank as vice president, information technology, and vice president, … more
The winners of a Teen Wellness Poster Contest sponsored by Mayor Joseph Solomon and the Warwick Youth Advisory Task Force were recently announced. All the girls are juniors at Pilgrim High School. … more
Proving true the old saying that it’s better to give than to receive, Bank Rhode Island (BankRI) collected 1,481 gifts for kids across the state through its Holiday Giving Tree program thanks to … more
Not until Kristen Pearson asked the question did Rolvin Allen consider what he had failed to do in all his 96 years. Allen had told Pearson of his experience as a waist gunner on a B24 during … more
Colonel Ann C. Assumpico, Superintendent of the Rhode Island State Police and Director of the Department of Public Safety, presided at a graduation ceremony for the Rhode Island Municipal Police … more
On December 10, The Hilb Group of New England presented gifts to Thrive Behavioral Health’s Youth & Family Program. For over 20 years, Thrive Behavioral Health (formerly The Kent Center) has hosted … more
A lifetime as a musician and teacher. Shorter stints as a bartender, composer, real estate agent and saleswoman. Cumberland resident and former Winman Middle School art teacher Mary Casale has worn … more
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