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Cranston Mayor Kenneth Hopkins makes it a point to personally visit any city residents who are 100 years old — or older. He always brings a proclamation, the city’s best wishes, and a question: What’s your secret to longevity? more
The music ministries of St. Kevin, St. Rita and St. Timothy Churches joined with the Ocean State Pops Orchestra last Friday to preform a free Memorial Day concert and tribute to military, police, … more
Scouts from across Rhode Island visited the State House to present their annual Report to the State last Thursday. The event highlighted the significant impact of the Scouts in Rhode Island during … more
Having been selected as one of three schools in the state as a “Disney Musical in Schools,” Norwood School was given the opportunity to select from Disney productions and have the rights … more
Postponed because of rain during Holy Week, Bishop Hendricken High School held its 50th annual hunger walk Friday. Here students are pictured on Sandy Lane. Father Robert Marciano, president of the … more
Judge Francis “Frank” X. Flaherty carried a pair of huge sealed cardboard boxes into Warwick City Hall’s subterranean conference room. Flaherty, a former Warwick Mayor and … more
Chief Resident Daniel Boateng and Dental Assistant Sheila Fernandez readied the exam room for their next patient. They try to turn the chair over quick. They’ve got patients waiting. For … more
Bill Facente smiles a lot. He’s easy to talk with and makes things seem everything is going to work out. It’s made him an effective economic and community development officer over … more
A Raising Cane’s representative attended Monday’s Johnston Town Council meeting, carrying a chicken gift basket topped with a bright red bow. The restaurant chain missed their spot … more
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