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By JOHN HOWELL -- Ester Sarafian knows how to bring a crowd to their feet. Without assistance, Ester headed into the dining room at the Scandinavian Assisted Living Community. more
By THOMAS GREENBERG -- Funding for public renovations and development in Pawtuxet Village just got scarcer. That’s where the Pawtuxet Village Foundation comes in. more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- At the Rhode Island Parrot Rescue in Warwick, even if you may have difficulty hearing the volunteers over the clamorous call of a macaw, there is no doubt they are all about the birds. more
November 2017 timeliness rates issued by the R.I. Department of Human Services (DHS) show that almost one of every two of the neediest households in the state did not get their food stamp (SNAP) applications processed in time. In a release issued by the more
Stress doesn't take holidays off. In fact, the opposite is often true: Stress saps the joy out of the season for many people. Stress is manifest in many forms of poor health or bad lifestyle habits during the holidays, when people typically put a long more
Mayor Scott Avedisian will join Cranston Mayor Allan W. Fung at O'Rourke's Bar and Grill, 23 Peck Lane, Warwick, this evening for a night of guest bartending to benefit the inception of the Pawtuxet Village Foundation. The duo will be behind the bar from more
Applications are now being accepted for the 2018 Cox Communications Community Grant program, which supports non-profit organizations providing summer enrichment and after-school programming aligned with STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and more
By THOMAS GREENBERG With the recent arrival of two priests, Junior Warden at All Saints Episcopal Church, Bruce MacNeil, has seen a refreshed level of enthusiasm at the Pontiac church. Father Alfred Al" Zadig and Father George H. Warren have been called" more
By PAM SCHIFF On Tuesday evening, December 12, Cranston Mayor Allan Fung, Citywide Council President Michael Farina and West Bay Chabad Rabbi Yossi Laufer welcomed Cranston families to join in the lighting of the menorah and the start of the week of the more
By MERI R. KENNEDY With Christmas around the corner, it was time for The Oaklawn Grange Annual Christmas Tree Lighting, held on Dec. 14 at the Gazebo and inside the Oaklawn Grange near the Wilbur Ave. Bridge. The cold evening did not keep people away, more
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