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StatePoint Building wealth is not as easy as it sounds. It can take time, discipline and a plan to keep those dollars protected. However, if done correctly, it can provide security for your … more
When most people look toward retirement they think of relaxing, taking some time for themselves, and maybe even finding a warmer place to spend the Winter months. Cheryl Ursillo on the other hand … more
The East Greenwich Art Club members will be displaying fine art works at 333 Main Street Lobby Gallery, East Greenwich, hosted by Gaspee Real Estate Partners. The exhibit is from now through October … more
Life is streaming along, and I generally go with the flow.  Some things boggle my mind, like Venmo, 3-D printers, and Zoom, which brings back memories of the television show The Jetsons. It … more
“It’s so much more room to breathe,” said Gail Hulbert, the Marketing Director of Gamm Theatre, as she gestured to the black box theater. Gamm Theatre relocated from Pawtucket … more
Neutaconkanut Hill, which was once a part of Johnston, served for many years as the winter quarters for a band of traveling nomads. Together, they would remain camped there on the hill until April, … more
The power of creativity comes in numerous forms while being rooted in a variety of driving forces. It can serve as a way to alleviate boredom or just to pass the time, but it can also be a form of … more
20 Years Ago Jeff Bridges, Chris Cooper and Toby Maguire starred in “Seabiscuit”, adapted from the book bt Laura Hillenbrand. Kevin Costner starred in a great western “Open … more
A while back I wrote a blog about the U.S. Model 1941 semi-automatic rifle that was manufactured by Cranston Arms Company not far from the location of our auction gallery. A brief recap is in order, … more
William Arthur Brooke, a 25-year-old resident of Cranston and a foundry machinist and stock clerk at Brown & Sharpe Manufacturing Company, got himself in a lot of trouble for a girl back in 1934. … more
Wearing a pink shirt with a bedazzled butterfly on the front, Amy Ottilige opened the net encasement surrounding a milkweed plant in her living room as the TV blared. She closely inspected the … more
Following this past weekend’s Newport Folk Festival at Fort Adams, the festivities continue with the Newport Jazz Festival taking place at the same location from August 4-6. It’s … more
In the late 1960s the co-founder of Mattel, Elliot Handler, was looking for a way to improve the diecast car toy market for kids. He felt the toy cars of the day were too realistic to really capture … more
Written by: Eric Tirrell, clinical manager of the Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) program and the research operations manager for the Center of Biomedical Research Excellence (COBRE) in … more
Mike Wolfe and Frank Fritz drove down Simmonsville Avenue in Johnston and pulled into Paul Ruotolo’s property eager to dig for treasure. “They bought a lot of stuff," Ruotolo told … more
A 50th Wedding Anniversary Celebration for Robert and Linda Keefe was given by their daughter, Brenda Holland and granddaughter, Sheila Demoura, on June 24, 2023. The celebration was held at the … more
Doreen Collins and Charlie Hall's comedy dinner show, Aging Disgracefully, makes a stop at the Santa Maria Di Prata Society in Cranston this Saturday July 29th. For reservations and more info see … more
Located at the junction of Sheldon Avenue and Shirley Street is a 25-by-25-foot burial lot enclosed with iron posts and chains. Within the boundaries lay the remains of at least 11 individuals; 10 … more
Last week I wrote about the most important uses of a smart phone, but there are many other joys I get out of the little miracle device. If my toilet paper is about to run out, or my toothpaste … more
The confluence of Warwick Ave. and Post Rd. near the Cranston/Warwick line offers a variety of ethnic foods that will satisfy most palates. Adding to the traditional Italian, Chinese, Thai. And … more
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