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For most people, the line that separates summer and fall comes at either the beginning of September or the equinox on Sept. 23. That doesn’t go for the folks in Johnston, though. Mayor Joseph … more
For Rob LeBlanc, perhaps the most special part of each year’s Walk to End Alzheimer’s is the Promise Garden experience. Participants in the walk each receive a flower on which they can write a … more
It was an event that Rhode Island Bartending School owner Rae Desrosiers had been planning since May, but she said there was still some anxiety up to 30 minutes before it began. Desrosiers and … more
“All girls, for girls” is the concept that Kerri Kelleher puts forward when it comes to the new Flare Lacrosse program. Kelleher – who has been coaching Cranston youth lacrosse for a number … more
As summer fades, the excitement is building for the start of a new school year. And if your family is preparing children to return to the classroom, the Warwick Mall and Cranston’s Garden City … more
Karen Talbot’s garden is much more than meets the eye. It’s a medicine cabinet featuring such natural remedies as jewelweed, which she said can be crushed up and used as a salve for poison … more
Cranston native Justin Bibee has devoted his life to the advancement of human rights. His extensive resume includes time as a Peace Corps volunteer in Morocco, an intern with the United Nations … more
When someone takes their own life, the effects are devastating for loved ones left behind. Michaela Cook, a Cranston native, knows well what it can mean to confront such a sudden and enormous … more
When NASA oversaw mankind’s first contact with a celestial body 50 years ago, the American spirit was energized by the potential of space travel. That mythic moment when the Moon’s surface … more
Outdoor concerts and summer go hand in hand – especially at Cranston’s Garden City Center.Paul Borrelli of North Providence-based Borrelli Event Services remembers the early days of the … more
Raymond Raiche is unique in more than a few ways. For starters, the 93-year-old Woonsocket native and longtime Warwick resident only stopped cutting his own grass this year... more
Atwood Florist owner John Dick saw seven years ago that business was dipping during the months of July and August. That sparked an idea. Dick decided to add fireworks to his stock from June … more
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