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David Tessitore, of Warwick, was sworn-in as the 91st Commodore of The Rhode Island Yacht Club at its 144th Installation of the Officers & Board of Directors, per tradition on January 1st. Sue Toland of Rumford was installed as Vice Commodore and Dean more
By JOHN HOWELL They're going to build a lunar command module at the Warwick Area Career and Tech Center. Expect it to be completed by the end of the spring semester and ready for takeoff on July 20. Although designed for space travel, this module more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Standing in solidarity with federal workers' union leaders, the complete complement of Rhode Island Congressional delegates joined at T.F. Green Monday morning to denounce the ongoing government shutdown - now the longest shutdown in the more
How and where to fish on the Narrow River You want to fish or enhance your fishing on Narrow River, Narragansett. You've heard it yields a lot of fish with holdover striped bass much of the year. But where should you fish? Where are the sandbars and more
When the prestigious Rhode Island Hockey Hall of Fame held its first-ever enshrinement celebration and dinner on September 20 of last year, six area residents were part of the 16 people who were … more
The Providence Bruins defeated the Hartford Wolf Pack Sunday afternoon 5-1 to conclude their three-in-three weekend. The P-Bruins got two goals from Peter Cehalrik along with goals from Jordan … more
The Rhode Island Beekeepers Association will be offering a five-week course at the University of Rhode Island and Rhode Island College that will cover information about beekeeping for beginners. The subjects that will be covered include the honeybee life more
By JEN COWART This year, International Computer Science Week kicked off on Dec. 3, during which time Code.org's Hour of Code reached upwards of 714 million students. Cranston Public School's elementary students were proud participants, enjoying a more
The Cranston Public Library announces upcoming closings for the Martin Luther King Jr. Day. All library branches will be closed Sunday and Monday, January 20-21, for Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Normal library hours will resume on Tuesday, January 22. more
By JEN COWART Recently, the students in Claudia Venditto's first-semester art classes at Cranston High School West hosted an art exhibition for family and friends. Each student was allowed to choose one of their several pieces of artwork from the more
By KELLSIE KING Barbara Rosenbaum has always had a love of color and form but it wasn't until she was in her 60s that she picked up a paint brush and started sketching with charcoal that she discovered her passion. That was seven and a half years ago. more
Life keeps branching out Unless one looks carefully, the historical cemetery in a field off Burlingame Road in western Cranston is easily mistaken for a clump of trees. But there, at the trunk of one tree, set askew by its entangling roots, stands the more
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