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Growing up, I’d get that dreadful back to school angst every year right around this time. Vacation was coming to an end, summer camp with the Scouts was over, and the smell of fall was in the air. … more
In an effort to help save lives and assist people in crisis, the U.S. Senate today unanimously approved an amendment by U.S. Senators John Kennedy (R-LA) and Jack Reed (D-RI) to increase funding for the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline by an more
The Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management (DEM) announces that most state beaches will be open daily through Labor Day - Monday, September 3. Scarborough South in Narragansett is closed on weekdays and will be open weekends only through more
Colonel Ann C. Assumpico, Superintendent of the Rhode Island State Police and Director of the Department of Public Safety, announces that additional patrols will be added in coming weeks as part of the national Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over highway more
By PETE FONTAINE On an evening when the sun only peaked through the cloudy gray sky that covered The Bridge at Cherry Hill's outdoor patio, many residents enjoyed sitting in comfortable chairs listening to songs made popular by music legends like the more
By MERI R. KENNEDY SBSNE Family Day rescheduled On Aug. 25, there will be a Family Day Fundraiser to benefit SBSNE. Inc Nutrition Support Program at Oakland Beach in Warwick. Hosted by Nicole White of Cranston and the President of the Short Bowel more
In a show of appreciation now that the Citizens Bank Campus on Greenville Avenue is complete, Mike Knipper, head of property and an executive vice president at the bank, presented Mayor Joseph Polisena with a commemorative Key to the Campus last more
WANTED: A warm and caring home for Landed, a tiny Tiger cat who – as the old adage goes – may just have more than nine lives. “We honestly thought he was dead,” aid Johnston Police … more
By PETE FONTAINE Johnston Firefighters have made many memorable rescues through the years. None, though, quite measure up to a recent rescue Johnston Firefighters celebrated Monday morning at the home of Brunilde and Luciano Sias on Atwood Avenue. It was more
Last Thursday, Janet Whiteley, Mayor Polisena's administrative assistant, was held hostage in the Town Hall parking lot by a wanted man. Whiteley arrived at work around 8:15 Thursday morning, only to have the fugitive run up to her car more
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