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By ROB OATLEY Due to the relocation of the Rhode Island PBS transmitter, all Rhode Islanders who watched the station via TV antenna have found they are without a signal. The screen is blank, but that is changing. To get back Channel 36 they will need to more
By PETE FONTAINE Margaret Pinelli DiMuccio has been amazing people for all of her 105 years To this day, for example, her granddaughter's husband George Arakelian still marvels of DiMuccio's unique story of never - ever - having a license to drive an more
To support animals Defenders of Animals held its annual Community Yard Sale on Sept. 28 at Edgewood Congregational Church. The event raised $248, all of which will go to support the organization's emergency medical program for dogs and cats. Defenders of more
By MERI R. KENNEDY On Sunday, Sept. 29, approximately 400 people of all ages came together for the 12th annual Friends of the Poor Walk to benefit the Society of St. Vincent de Paul. It was the fifth time the walk has been held at Garden City Center. more
By ETHAN HARTLEY If you take a walk through the halls of the Cambridge Innovation Center's (CIC) new 62,000-square-foot building in Providence, you're bound to stumble across bright young minds that are not only perfecting products and technologies of more
Vehicle strikes bank building in Garden City A driver who admitted to striking the Bank of America building in Garden City Center early Saturday morning has been cited for leaving the scene of an accident resulting in property damage, according to Chief more
Johnston High School, Class of 1969 , will hold its 50th reunion on Oct. 19 at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Warwick. For further information contact Patricia Illuzzi at … more
On Friday, Sept. 27 the House of Representatives passed the Joint Task Force to Combat Opioid Trafficking Act, bipartisan legislation introduced by Congressman Jim Langevin (D-RI) that would create a task force within the Department of Homeland Security more
By JOHN HOWELL There was a cast of five and an audience of only one - this reporter - as the Rhode Island Airport Corporation held a fourth in a series of public workshops on the master plan for Green Airport Thursday afternoon. Airport planners weren't more
Mike and Nu Illiano and the St. Thomas Knights of Columbus would like to thank everyone who participated in the “Baby Francesca Blood Drive” that was held on Sunday, Sept. 15. Sixty-one people … more
By PETE FONTAINE It didn't matter that the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management's police boat was on a trailer. Just to get behind the wheel was a terrific thrill for toddler Bowen Spurr. The 4-year-old, who was wearing a plastic fire more
By PETE FONTAINE They represented businesses like Primerica Financial, Silver Lining, White Cross Pharmacy and FBinsure. They paid $40 to register as a team or $25 for a single entry and later purchased raffle tickets for the chance to win some more
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