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The Newport National Golf Club is hosting an open golf tournament on the 12th of August to help raise money for the Visiting Nurse Home & Hospice caregiving organization. Entry fees are $600 for a foursome, $175 for a single person, and $50 for a guest. more
Music that lifts the spirit The Ocean State Pops made preparations for its upcoming concert at St. Kevin Church on Tuesday evening. A unique 501(c)(3) nonprofit, the Ocean State Pops is an all-volunteer, 60-piece orchestra that began in 1993 with the more
A good summer film takes you on an adventure, and a great summer film takes you on an adventure you never forget. See eight Supreme Summer Movies with dazzling voyages and daring escapades at Warwick Public Library on Thursdays at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. On more
At the Rhode Island Bar Association's Annual Meeting Awards Reception on June 13, Joanne C. D'Ambra, Esq., of Cranston, received a Rhode Island Bar Association Pro Bono Publico Award recognizing the outstanding efforts of attorneys providing justice to more
Red, white & blue and green all over Mark Cardarelli (second from left) revived a tradition this 4th of July when he painted a 13.5 by 7-foot American flag on his front lawn in celebration of Independence Day, his favorite holiday. The tradition was more
Gasoline prices in Rhode Island are down one cent this week, according to AAA Northeast. AAA's July 8 survey of prices in Rhode Island finds self-serve, regular unleaded averaging $2.69 per gallon. Rhode Island's price is six cents lower than the more
Colonel James M. Manni, Superintendent of the Rhode Island State Police and Director of the Department of Public Safety, announces that during the five-day period from July 3 through July 7, nine individuals were arrested and charged with driving while more
By TODD McLEISH The formerly homeless residents at House of Hope in Warwick have another reason to feel hopeful. Thanks to a team of University of Rhode Island Master Gardeners, they are learning about gardening and helping to grow their own vegetables more
The city’s “newest” ladder truck is already down for the count, and there’s no telling at this point for how long, according to fire chief Peter McMichael. The truck in question is the … more
By MAX FRAZIER Think of a non-profit organization, like the Shriners for instance, renting its building space out so other non-profits can host fundraisers. Well, as a matter of fact, this is exactly what the Rhode Island Shriners will soon be doing with more
By JONATHAN YAO The old is on its way out and the new is on its way in at Rocky Point. ACK Marine has nearly finished demolition of the old Rocky Point Pier and work on the new pier will be starting soon. According to workers at the site Tuesday, they more
By JOHN HOWELL Instead of gassing up with 87 octane, motorists on Greenwich Avenue will be able to fuel up with Starbucks Coffee if the City Council approves Monday a rezoning for a parcel of land across from the Stop & Shop plaza on Greenwich Avenue. more
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