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Just in time for the holidays, Rhode Island and Southern Massachusetts Honda dealers are holding their third annual Honda Against Hunger Food & Fund Drive until December 12 to benefit area residents at risk of going hungry. Dealerships such as Johnston's more
Although it wasn’t a record, the Johnston Association of Fire Fighters Local 1950 turned in another heart-warming effort, helping 32 families enjoy a complete Thanksgiving Dinner. “This is what … more
Cranston resident Liz Smith and her husband David have been observing Advent, a period that spans the 4 Sundays before Christmas, for thirty years, from the beginning of their marriage, through the upbringing of their three children, more
The Rhode Island Resource Recovery Corporation (RIRRC) announced progress on the new pump station and waterline installation on Central Avenue. All that remains is the decommissioning of the old … more
Rhode Island Resource Recovery Corporation (RIRRC) invites Rhode Island residents to safely dispose of their lingering household hazardous waste on Saturday, Dec. 3 or Dec. 17 from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. at Eco-Depot, 65 Shun Pike in Johnston. This more
Michel Giannuzzi and Israel Ruiz have been elected to the board of directors of FM Global, one of the world's largest commercial property insurers. Giannuzzi is CEO of Paris-based Tarkett, a global maker of sustainable solutions for flooring and sports more
Raising nearly $15,000 to benefit the Big Brothers, Big Sisters of the Ocean State (BBBOS) was a walk in the park, for the Rhode Island Building & Construction Trades Council (RIB&CTC). For the … more
Joseph Spremulli, the elder statesman of the Pannese Society of Rhode Island, knows firsthand just how valuable Cherry Hill Manor is when it comes to patient rehabilitation. “I have been here for … more
Laura Castellone may be the most unlikely of the Homecoming queens crowned in Rhode Island this fall. First, Castellone lives in Johnston but was crowned Cranston High School West's 2016 Homecoming Queen. Nearly two years ago, the more
By PETE FONTAINE For perhaps longer than Elli (Vallente) Panichas can remember, members of the Holy Cross Church Women's Guild have been known for their baking skills. As soon as the non-profit's Christmas bake sale is announced, orders start pouring in more
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