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Over the holidays we expect to invite certain guests into our homes to fill them with love and warmth. What we don’t ever expect - but many deal with anyways - is uninvited guests gaining access … more
When you imagine what a high school classroom of the future would look like, what do you see? more
Cranston’s Edie Lacombe is hoping to warm hearts and hands this winter while raising money for brain injury research, and she’s already off to a great start. The local elementary school … more
Some of the brightest, most curious and scientific young minds in the state gathered at the Community College of Rhode Island on Sunday afternoon to showcase their research- and experiment-driven … more
By TIM FORSBERG The Blackstone Valley Polar Express Train Ride has the ticket to Christmas memories that will last a lifetime. For nearly 20 years, the Blackstone Valley Tourism Council has produced a family favorite holiday train excursion filled with more
According to data from Charity Navigator and Giving USA, slightly more than $410 billion was given to charitable causes in 2017. Philanthropy helps nonprofit groups and the people they serve, and … more
Bruce Springsteen famously sung about “Glory Days” – how experiences and places from youthful times loom large in memory. For generations of local revelers, the former Mardi Gras Multiclub … more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- The progress towards more gender equality in the military, while far from complete, has begun to drive home a long-overdue point – being a man is not a pre-requisite to be a soldier, or a veteran, for that matter. more
The West Warwick St. Patrick’s Day Parade has been part of Michael O’Connell’s life since before he can remember. “I was born in 1965, so since 1965,” he said with a laugh when asked how … more
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