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For three nights a week since the beginning of September, the cast of Community Player’s latest production “9 to 5: The Musical” have been preparing for their December performances. … more
Arnold Fenner and a horse dropped dead, struck by a lightning bolt in 1796. His father, standing nearby, was unharmed. Their Johnston barn burned to the ground. The only evidence, “a … more
Harry Olsen, who is now 97 years old, builds ships. That was apparent as he sat beside the model of one of the ships he served aboard as a member of the Merchant Marines during World War II. The … more
Warwick author Amanda Mottola's new book highlights her emigration from Paraguay to discovering opportunities here in the States. Try to imagine growing up in a world full of turmoil. You have no … more
Broadway paid a visit to Pilgrim High School last week, or rather Pilgrim 2019 alumni Michael Harmon, a “swinger” in the Broadway MJ the Musical, returned to the stage where it all … more
Anthony Moretti was 10 years old when he learned to make wine from his Vermont Street neighbor George Solitro. By 13, he was purchasing wine making equipment with his birthday and Christmas money and … more
Tiny, growing peppers, eggplants, cucumbers and broccoli flowers hang from flexible green branches in the raised garden bed outside. A newly erected fence surrounds The Autism Project’s … more
At least once a week, eight-year-old Shea Mathewson can be found at Brown University practicing with the Men’s Water Polo team. Shea leads the team in stretches, joins the athletes for yoga and … more
Susan Kelley Scotti’s Mr. Hare sits with his head cocked. His eyes inviting, though glossy and hard. If you approach the varmint, he will not run. He may just lead you on a tour of Ocean … more
First of all, there’s really no such thing as an Irish short story. The seed was planted for my journey long ago, with a seventh grade social studies assignment to create my family tree. I … more
After three years on the beat, Fox was called to the scene of a Rhode Island State Police traffic stop. The car had New York plates that didn’t match the vehicle. Officers on the scene had … more
The late Reverend Peter G. Mihailides would be proud of what will take place this weekend on the spacious grounds at 175 Oaklawn Avenue in Cranston. One hundred and one years ago, Father Mihaildes … more
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