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By JEN COWART In the eighth-grade, Attorney General Peter Kilmartin had no idea what he wanted to do for a career, much like the eighth-grade students he was speaking to on the `Patriots' team at Park View Middle School. I was pretty much doing what you" more
By JEN COWART On Friday, November 9, the school community at Glen Hills Elementary School honored veterans for the upcoming Veterans Day holiday and shown a special spotlight on the veterans in their own community. Glen Hills welcomed special honored more
On Nov. 8, a new art exhibit opened at the Artists’ Exchange “Torn” featuring the work of Cranston resident, Linda A. Peterson. Approximately 50 guests and art enthusiasts attended to view the … more
The Rhode Island Emergency Management Agency (RIEMA) is empowering residents with its new mobile devices charging trailer. The charging trailer made its first appearance during the 17th Annual Coffee Hour hosted by the Rhode Island Commission on the more
In celebration of National Adoption Month, Adoption Rhode Island will hold their annual State House Ceremony to celebrate adoption, raise awareness about the children who wait, and recognize Rhode Islanders and adoption professionals for their dedication more
The Cranston Police Department and the Lawrence A. Aubin Sr. Child Protection Center at Hasbro Children's Hospital are have announced a collaboration to initiate Rhode Island's first Canine Comfort Therapy Program believed to be the first of its kind in more
Eleven prominent Rhode Islanders from the first half of the 20th century will be inducted into the Rhode Island Heritage Hall of Fame on Sunday, November 18, at 2 p.m. at the Historic Bristol Statehouse and Courthouse, 240 High Street, Bristol. Dr. more
By PAM SCHIFF In a week marked by tragedy and hate, the congregation of Temple Sinai in Cranston found plenty of reasons to celebrate and be joyful as they honored their 60th anniversary on Saturday, November 3 at the Crowne Plaza in Warwick. Planning more
The Cranston West High School Alumni Association (CHSWAA) is teaming up with Twin River Casino and Titos Handmade Vodka for A Night of Miracles, on Tuesday, November 27, which will benefit both Project Broken Wheel and The CHSW Alumni Association. The more
Going pink The two fifth grade classes at Oaklawn Elementary, along with their teachers Theresa Vessella and Katie Mancuso went all out for national Pink-Out on Halloween, October 31. They raised a total of $302 for breast cancer research. more
By JEN COWART The sun came out on Saturday morning just in time for an emotional ribbon cutting ceremony at Garden City Elementary School, where the Jeffrey Girard II Memorial Therapeutic Playground was officially dedicated. The community playground is more
On Sunday morning, Veterans Day, the plaque dedicated on Veterans Day, 1980 in memory of LTJG Edward B. Shaw, mounted on a rock near Saint Mark Church in Garden City, was discovered missing. more
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