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People like David aRusso will tell you, “There’s nothing like fresh fruit and vegetables.” Just last week, there was a variety of fresh and native vegetables inside the Aime J. Forand … more
There was a special show of appreciation the other day at The Bridge at Cherry Hill in Johnston. It came in form of an invitation from Jennifer Burns, the facility's sales and marketing director, who told Johnston Police Major Joseph P. more
Restaurant Review By DON FOWLER It is kind of an oddity that a restaurant with such good food and service chose to identify itself with lower case letters. b.good is more than good. It is the answer for those of us who want our food fast, fresh and more
History has it, people like the seemingly ageless John Ricci will tell you, that the annual Saint Rocco Feast & Festival is a century-old tradition and began as a backyard bazaar when the Roman … more
It was just a August morning for Ken DeMarco Jr., until he received a call from one of his cooks at Scramblers. There was smoke in the building, but he couldn’t find any flames. He implored his … more
In the last year the Narragansett Council of the Boy Scouts of America has experienced a 3.9 percent growth in the number of participants with more than 11,000 in its programs. It’s a statistic … more
The company you keep, as the old saying goes, says a lot about a person's personality. If that's the case, The Billy Harpin Band -composed of three life-long friends from Foster and Glocester - finds itself in some select company even more
Not that anyone is anxious to get them or in a rush to pay them, but approximately 18,000 car tax bills should be ready to go in the mail by Aug. 21. When they arrive the bills will be at least 5 percent less than what they more
“The Johnston Police Department has been elevated to a new level,” said Chief Richard S. Tamburini said with a wide smile on his face. “Our officers are taking pride as being among the best in … more
The promise that Governor Gina Raimondo had continuously made to provide free college tuition for Rhode Islanders became a reality last week when the state Senate finally approved the FY18 budget more than a month into the new fiscal more
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