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Marty party The Stop & Shop at 11 Commerce Way in Johnston played host to a special, if unconventional, birthday party on Saturday. The celebration was for one of the chain's newest employees, Marty the Robot, who has been rolling down aisles now for one more
The Police Log is a digest of reports provided by the Johnston Police, Rhode Island State Police and other departments. SHOPLIFTING On the evening of Jan. 24, Patrolmen Michael A. Schiappa and Matthew Rado responded to the East Providence Police more
Brown Medicine, one of the largest medical group practices in Rhode Island, is offering free CPR training classes to the general public at its Brown Medicine Patient Center located at 375 Wampanoag Trail in East Providence. The training is free of charge more
By JACOB MARROCCO The new nonprofit group Public Safety Special Needs Coalition is looking to foster connections between children with developmental disabilities and first responders, and there's plenty of fun to spare. Alicia Ead, senior family support more
Convened and led by the Rhode Island Foundation, the Long Term Health Planning Committee, a group of local health and health care industry experts, has collaborated over the last year to set a 10-year plan for improving health in Rhode Island. The plan, more
By JACOB MARROCCO Cherry Hill Manor used a unique concept to spread awareness about how crisis situations can change lives in an instant. The rehabilitation center played host to the Upside Down Dinner on Jan. 14, which featured a menu that started with more
By JACOB MARROCCO Presidential campaign volunteers and representatives came out to the Rhode Island Democratic Party's headquarters at 200 Metro Center Blvd. Saturday to gather signatures in an effort to get their respective candidates on the April more
The Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management has announced that $150,000 in farm viability grant funding is available for projects that enhance the competitiveness of specialty crops grown in Rhode Island. The funds are from the U.S. more
As federal health officials continue to monitor the outbreak of respiratory illness caused by a new form of coronavirus first detected in Wuhan, China, the Rhode Island Department of Health is continuing to coordinate closely with healthcare providers more
By JOHN HOWELL Centreville Bank dates back to 1828 when local business and civic leaders, textile manufacturer John Greene and surgeon Sylvester Knight, started a bank in the village of Centreville in West Warwick. A hundred years later in celebration of more
By STEPHANIE BERNABA Each year, the Rhode Island chapter of the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society allows local high school students to learn the arts of team building, development and executive leadership as part of its Students of the Year campaign. Students more
Assault weapon, high-capacity magazine bans introduced Rep. Justine A. Caldwell (D-Dist. 30, East Greenwich, West Greenwich), Sen. Gayle L. Goldin (D-Dist. 3, Providence) and Sen. Joshua Miller (D-Dist. 28, Cranston, Providence) reintroduced their bills more
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