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Emily Blanchette of Warwick, a student at Quinnipac University was inducted into the Tau Delta chapter of Lambda Pi Eta, the National Communication Association’s official honor society, during a … more
There’s nothing like family to gain a personal insight to the military and what it is like to serve this country. That was the intent of the St. Rose of Lima school gathering Thursday where … more
Carrying on a tradition started several years ago, Warwick Neck School students and faculty traveled to a Veterans Day observance at Warwick Neck Light Thursday, but getting there wasn’t as easy as … more
Winman teacher Norman Bouthiller who organized the school’s tribute to veterans with Julie Connors Costello and Anibal Raposo answered that question as he addressed a full auditorium Friday … more
A special wreath The Warwick Veterans Council, elected city officials and veterans and family members joined at Warwick Veterans Park at Veterans Memorial Middle School Monday morning for the placement of a wreath made from cloth cut from the fatigues of more
Patriots honoring patriots In a ceremony held Friday, Pilgrim High School students and faculty honored community veterans they had nominated for recognition. The student or faculty member who had nominated them accompanied each honoree to the stage. They more
Plenty of pancakes For the fourth year in a row, Hendricken High School teacher and coach William Johnston whipped up his favorite pancake recipe and, with the help of 65 student volunteers and a dozen adults, served a pancake breakfast to veterans more
U.S. Senator Jack Reed announced last week in a release that the Trump Administration is releasing $21,566,217 through the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) to help Rhode Island … more
Cornerstone Adult Services will host “Alzheimer’s Disease: What It Is and What Can Be Done,” by Joseph Gaugler, PhD on Nov. 21. The presentation will focus on the best way to support … more
The Community College of Rhode Island is hosting its Fall 2020 Enrollment Open House at the Knight Campus Tuesday, Nov. 19, to provide current Rhode Island high school students with the opportunity to get a head start on obtaining free college tuition more
By ROB OATLEY You can’t depend on rabbit ears to get Rhode Island PBS Channels 36.1 and 36.2…not yet, anyhow. Antenna transmission that went dark Sept. 20 was to have resumed on Oct. 19, … more
An Environmental Police Officer (EPO) discharged his service weapon after being struck and injured by a man on a dirt bike at the Big River Management Area in West Greenwich at about 12:30 PM Saturday, the Department of Environmental Management (DEM) more
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