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With summer right around the corner, it's time to think about keeping children healthy while school is out. Chartwells provides free meals to children during the summer. This summer, meals will be served from July 8 to Aug. 16, Monday through Friday, more
By MERI R. KENNEDY At the Mohr Sing and Dance with Mr. Rowland will continue on Tuesdays at 10:30 a.m., and children of all ages - accompanied by a grown-up - are invited. There is no need to register. The program will end on Aug. 13. Young Engineers more
Governor Gina Raimondo recently signed an executive order announcing that the 31st Governor's Bay Day celebration will take place on Sunday, July 28. The day includes family-friendly activities and free parking at all Rhode Island state beaches, as well more
Kailani is a one-year-old Ridgeback full of love and keen on tackling all the challenges before her, she just needs a good loving home to do so... more
Elysian Beauty Studio owner Sara Bruno knows there’s probably a good reason why both hair stylists and therapists use the term “clients.” She and her staff are living proof, as she sat down … more
Easter bash Cherry Hill Manor hosted an Easter Party last Friday, April 19, and there was no shortage of activities. Magician Stephen Brenner (above) entertained adults and kids alike with his tricks, while DJ Eddy (below) worked the music. There was more
By MERI R. KENNEDY More than 700,000 Americans are living with a brain tumor. This year, nearly 80,000 people will be diagnosed with a primary brain tumor - one that begins in, rather than spreads to, the brain. Warwick resident Caroline Caprio received more
Comedy for a cause The Rotary Club of North Providence presented a check for $2,285 to the Friedrich's Ataxia Research Association (FARA) during its meeting at Rhode Island College on Tuesday night. The club held a comedy night fundraiser at the Knights more
“If you can’t dress the part, you certainly won’t play the part, either,” mused Matt Clements, first-year president of Panthers Youth Football and Cheer. With that adage in mind, the stage … more
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By JACOB MARROCCO and DANIEL KITTREDGE The town's agreement with Invenergy to sell water for use in the operations of a planned power plant in Burrillville has been upheld in Superior Court. Judge Michael A. Silverstein found that the 20-year, more than more
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