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Tolman High School, Class of 1967, will hold a 50th reunion dinner June 10 at Al’s Waterfront, 28 Water St., East Providence. Cocktail hour is 5 p.m., class pictures 6:30, dinner and dancing 7. … more
First Baptist Church, Corner of Peirce & Montrose Street East Greenwich, will host its 47th Annual May Breakfast May 6 from 6:30-10 a.m. Enjoy scrambled eggs, ham, bacon, home fries, baked beans, jonnycakes, homemade muffins, yummy pies and coffee. more
Early on April 18, members of the Cranston Chamber of Commerce met at the Corner Bakery in Garden City. As part of their Coffee Connections series which are geared for networking, this special meeting was to raise awareness and funding for Stages of more
A special vacation program called Project Chick was held at the Auburn Library on April 17. Christin Goff of Casey Farms in R.I. provided the special program, which included a slide presentation about life on the farm, a display birds and their eggs more
Walking for a good cause More than 250 teens from Holy Apostles Church participated in the annual Good Friday 3K walk and raised over $2,500 for poor children in the west end of Providence. The walk was arranged by Monsignor Paul Theroux, youth more
Beginning April 13 the Knightsville Branch of the Cranston Public Library will be closed for renovations. The library will be closed for approximately three to four weeks during this project. The building will be undergoing an abatement to remove old more
By PAM SCHIFF Dressed in their high tea finest attire, seven girls brought their American Girl and other dolls to the William Hall library on Saturday for the annual tea party. The party itself has been going on for the past four to five years, and for more
On May 1, the Oak Lawn Community Baptist Church will hold its 150th May Breakfast. This special event will be held at the church at 229 Wilbur Ave. in Cranston, from 6 to 11 a.m. The church will also be celebrating this milestone with a series of more
Big dig Members of the Park View Middle School Patriots eighth-grade team took part in a beautification project for an outdoor classroom area. The endeavor was a part of their community service group, and they worked with parents and teachers to more
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