By PETE FONTAINE Ye olde Belknap School has never looked better. That's the assessment many people offered Saturday of the 125-year-old building which was officially dedicated Saturday as the permanent home of the Johnston Land Trust. During a brief yet
There are days when Kelly Estes wakes up and doesn’t know if her daughter is dead or alive. “I went hunting for her for hours the other morning, and I just could not find her. For all I know …
By PETE FONTAINE When Richard Quetta previewed last Sunday's 14th Annual Rhode Island Antique Fire Apparatus and Equipment Show, he noted: We will have several added attractions this year." Perhaps the antique apparatus aficionado - who has his"
By PETE FONTAINE When it comes to sharing and caring - as well as special celebrations - The Bridge at Cherry Hill is second to none. Take National Assisted Living Week, for example, which has more than surpassed the event's theme Capture the Moment" at"
RI Governor Gina M. Raimondo stopped by Briarcliffe Manor, a Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation Center on Monday to visit with the residents and talk about the importance of voting in this year's Primary Elections. Johnston Mayor Joseph Polisena and
By JEN COWART As last school year concluded in June, many students from the Cranston Area Career and Technical Center (CACTC), housed on the Cranston High School West campus, were packing their bags, ready to head to Louisville, Ky. for the SkillsUSA