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Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Rhode Island is streaming virtual fitness classes every weekday at 10 a.m. as a way to meet Rhode Islanders where they are during the COVID-19 pandemic. The classes, which are typically offered only to BCBSRI members at Your more
By JACOB MARROCCO East Greenwich Drug Program director Bob Houghtaling is seeking to quell the anxiety brought on by the coronavirus pandemic, even though he knows how difficult that task may be. In an interview last week for the Beacon Communications more
The Wickford Art Association has announced that its largest and most anticipated event, the 58th annual Wickford Art Festival, will not take place this summer on July 11-12. Due to the governor's restrictions on social gatherings and the COVID-19 crisis, more
Sign of the times With air temperatures rising this week, Sundaes on Oaklawn Avenue is more than ready for the influx of customers to come - with a mandatory mask-wearing policy in place. (Herald photo by Steve Popiel) more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE With a little more than a month to go before the candidacy declaration period, the field of hopefuls for seats on the City Council continues to take shape. Larry O. Warner, who currently serves as director of grants and strategic more
Man with a golden touch A pandemic couldn't stop John Concannon, former president of the Gaspee Days Committee, from his annual Memorial Day ritual of brightening up the Aspray Boat House sign. As Erin Flynn, who sent us this picture, pointed out, the more
By JOHN HOWELL The SPMT is back in Warwick, this week and as best as research can tell this is only its third visit to Rhode Island. The SPMT could qualify as the slowest vehicle on the road with speeds - if it can be called that - of less than a mile more
By MERI R. KENNEDY Editor's note: Due to the COVID-19 crisis, many organizations have canceled or postponed events scheduled for the coming weeks. We advise readers to check on the status of various events, and we will provide updates as they become more
By MERI R. KENNEDY The Cranston High School East class of 1979 was challenged by the class of 1980 to "e;pay it forward,"e; and they answered the call though a donation to the Comprehensive Community Action Program's Food Bank. Following in the footsteps of more
By DON FOWLER While dining out has been a casualty of COVID-19, we have learned to survive by dusting off old recipes, having pizza delivered and ordering take-out. With the addition of approved outdoor dining, many local restaurants have expanded their more
By ROB DUGUAY It might sound redundant to say, but a big testament to the true talent of a band is how much better they get over time. Years playing together can bring new ideas when it comes to songwriting, whether it's incorporating different styles or more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE Rhode Island is on course to enter the second phase of its reopening plan on June 1, Gov. Gina Raimondo announced Friday - and while a focus on "e;keeping your group size small and consistent"e; will remain, the transition would allow more
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