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Blood shortages have not ceased during the coronavirus pandemic, and the Rhode Island Blood Center and Johnston High School are once again teaming up to rise to the challenge. Account manager … more
Corwin’s wide-set eyes, long legs and whiskers can be captivating. Or could it be his long ears resting on his shoulders that make him so endearing? Corwin, a rabbit with red sneakers in a … more
Not even a pandemic can stop that dancing feeling – or an event that brings together hundreds of people to support life-changing mentoring. And how is that possible when groups are limited … more
COVID-19 has brought changes to everything, and home design is no exception. Experts are expecting to see lasting impacts on everything from the materials we use to the rooms we prioritize. Bob … more
Kathleen Crudele isn’t about to close to book on raising funds even though the MS Walk was held virtually in April. A Warwick resident, Crudele was diagnosed with MS in 2009. It was a … more
JR Pagliarini and his longtime friend, Ana Morgan, were commiserating over the state of things. I like to imagine this happened over a cup of coffee, but I’m told it did not.Their 20-year … more
David Chartier is a hunter. His preferred target is birds, although he’s shot deer, squirrels, fish, foxes and even crabs. His choice of weapons is a Canon digital camera armed with a fixed … more
As a kid I secretly identified with Linus Van Pelt, Charlie Brown’s best friend, who carried his blue security blanket everywhere he went. My own blanket was not blue, but yellow, the smooth … more
  At times, optimism has been hard to come by during the coronavirus pandemic.As Rhode Island continues to recover, though, Tri-County Community Action Agency Director Patricia Sweet and … more
As Father Brian Shanley reflects on his 15-year tenure as president of Providence College, he remembers what his parents told him when he was applying to colleges himself.As a senior at Toll Gate … more
Michael “Mickey” Lamantia, lifelong Cranston resident, is a correctional officer at the ACI by day and sings outlaw country by night. He has worked with some of the industry’s … more
In 1905, Domenico Palmieri opened a bakery on Ledge Street in the North End of Providence.Now, 115 years later and located at 624 Killingly St. in Johnston, D. Palmieri’s Bakery remains a … more
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