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PARK IMPROVEMENTS: A sign posted by the side of the road provides passers-by with information regarding the current project.
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NEIGHBORS IN NEED: As temperatures continue to drop, demand for assistance through CCAP’s food bank is set to increase. The agency is asking the community for its help in keeping the shelves full.
As cold weather approaches, the Cranston-based Comprehensive Community Action Program (CCAP) is gearing up to serve local families in need. It is also reaching out to the community as it seeks … more
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A new three-year agreement between the School Committee and Cranston Teachers’ Alliance (CTA) represents a … more
Rhode Islanders aren’t wasting time to respond to an appeal to raise money for food supplies in the … more
Friends of the Warwick Animal Shelter will host its 7th Annual Dog Walk and Blessing of the Animals on … more
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The Rhodes Elementary School community gathered together last Friday, along with some very special guests, for this year’s first all-school assembly celebrating the achievements of many among … more
The Rev. Brian Shanley, president of Providence College, called an agreement announced Friday allowing eligible Community College of Rhode Island graduates to attend the college’s School of … more
Rep. Joseph McNamara has been tough to get in touch with ever since the House Speaker said he wanted him to chair the state Democratic Party. “Had 35 call-backs to make,” he said Saturday … more
Rhode Island Resource Recovery (RIRR) on Sept. 24 passed out checks to the state’s 39 cities and towns for profits realized from the sale of recyclables. The municipal share of the profits for … more
In celebration of the 25th anniversary of the CVS Health Downtown 5K held this past weekend a special gathering on the State House lawn Sunday that honored the “CVS Health Downtown 5K … Read More
The Metta Students Foundation is looking for a few good teens. Metta means love, compassion, kindness, empathy and caring, and each month during the school year the non-profit gives $1,000 to a … Read More
The streets of downtown Providence will be filled with thousands of walkers and runners – and a whole lot of pink – when the Flames of Hope Run/Walk Series makes its return on Sunday, Oct. 12. … Read More
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