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To encourage kids to choose healthy eating options and highlight Rhode Island's booming food scene and work to eliminate hunger, Governor Gina Raimondo and First Gentleman Andy Moffit announced the Relish Rhody Recipe Contest. The contest asks kids in more
The Youth Restoration Project (YRP) has organized the third annual Restorative Justice Practices Symposium on May 18 at Rhode Island College. The symposium focuses on safety in schools and communities. This year's theme is imagine what safety feels" more
By PEDER S. SCHAEFER -- Once 90 percent sure of running for the U.S. Senate, former U.S. Senator and Governor Lincoln Chafee is giving a run a second thought. Chafee said he might take weeks to decide, but that the “real deadline” is the filing deadline at the end of June. more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- Rhode Island is the 6th friendliest state for working mothers, according to a new study published by financial analysis and research company WalletHub. more
Rhode Islanders will have a chance to help neighbors in need through the Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive on Saturday, May 12, coordinated by the National Association of Letter Carriers. Simply leave a bag of healthy, non-perishable food items near your more
On Saturday, June 9, nearly 500 Aspen Dental practices will open their doors to provide free care exclusively to as many as 5,000 veterans. As of May 1, local veterans can call 1-844-277-3646 to schedule an appointment at a participating office. more
“The future of our planet looks dark with rising seas and an atmosphere that is heating up rapidly. Violent storms.  But if you hold that telescope to your eye, if you hold your degree to your … more
By TIM FORSBERG -- Following a celebration with centenarians in Johnston last Thursday, Governor Gina Raimondo took time to share insights into some hot button issues affecting the state... more
Gary Maddocks remembers his younger years when cars and cruise nights used to be quite prominent in the center of Johnston at such places as the one-time Burger Chef and Howard Johnsons, just to name a few former business locations. So, more
Winsor Hill Elementary School's Super Hero Headquarters was filled with future doctors, marine biologists and even a Navy Seal last Friday. Likewise, Winsor Hill teacher Stacy Landi's fifth grade classroom, which was decorated with more
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