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Legal Notice Form of notice under Rhode Island General Laws 31-22-13-18. A public auction will be held here at National Towing, 540 Huntington Avenue - Providence, RI 02907 on November 16, 2018 at … more
The Johnston Community Center Association (JCCA) and Citizens Bank established a new Rhode Island sports tradition Sunday morning in Johnston. It was officially entitled the JCCA-Citizens Bank 5K … more
By PETE FONTAINE Our Lady of Grace Church celebrated Thanksgiving Saturday night in a rather unique way. First, there was no turkey, mashed potatoes, squash or even apple pie. The menu was ham and beans, cornbread, macaroni and cheese, cole slaw, chicken more
“You better watch out, you better not cry, you better not pout, I’m telling you why…” If those words sound familiar, they’re meant to do to just that, ’cause Santa Claus is indeed … more
CAN YOU EVER FORGIVE ME? * * * (True tale of forger) Melissa McCarthy stars as true-life author Lee Isreal, an unpopular author who finds herself unwanted, unloved, broke and with writer's block, living in a rundown apartment in New York City, where more
By PETE FONTAINE Although foot traffic was on what Bev Williams called “the light side,” the Aime J. Forand Tenants Association’s annual Holiday Bazaar was without question a success. The … more
The Police Log is a digest of reports provided by the Johnston Police, Rhode Island State Police, and other departments. COCAINE, MONEY SEIZED After a lengthy and joint investigation, Detectives from the Johnston and Providence Police Department executed more
By PETE FONTAINE If those who enjoyed homemade soups and sandwiches during Saturday's annual St. Robert Bellarmine Bazaar offered any measuring stick, the Roman Catholic Parish's Food Shelf will soon be well stocked. The 11th Annual St. Robert Bellarmine more
With the holidays upon us, the community, volunteers and staff at Operation Stand Down Rhode Island (OSDRI) are working in overdrive to ensure that veterans in need of assistance get the help they … more
By PETE FONTAINE Akshay Talwar has developed lots of friends as well as contacts during his time as owner and president of Rhode Island Medical Homes, Inc., also known as the still expanding 22 acre Briarcliffe Campus located at 49 Old Pocasset Road in more
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