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“It’s only really been in the last half century that we know what we know about the brain. We know about the stars, we know about the physical world around us, but what lies within is … more
Despite the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic, local restaurants are celebrating St. Patrick’s Day with specials, events and lots of good luck. For O’Rourke’s in Pawtuxet … more
“Anything is possible through Zoom,” Rhode Island Academic Decathlon director Frank Lenox said. Because of COVID restrictions, the annual competition will be held virtually this year … more
For Kevin Shea and Sue Baron of Rizzo Farms, beekeeping isn’t just a hobby or something to do on the weekends, but a way of life.  And even though Shea manages the hives and Baron … more
During his days as a student at the University of Pittsburgh, Robert Isenberg recalls having the opportunity to ask a question of celebrated author John McPhee.  A longtime contributor to The … more
Lindsey Bratter, a senior at Cranston High School West, has a clear vision for her professional life. She plans to become a child psychologist, with particular interest in working with young … more
The year was 1963. President John F. Kennedy was in the White House, until that infamous and tragic visit to Dallas. The Beatles burst onto the U.S. music scene, a first-class postage stamp … more
Johnston’s Allegra Graziano has worn the name of her hometown across her chest during numerous competitions, an enormous source of pride for the 24-year-old perennial pageant … more
As a Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic, Thrive Behavioral Health helps improve the quality of life of children, families and adults impacted by mental illness, addiction and homelessness. … more
Eric Lopez, a Spanish teacher at Nicholas A. Ferri Middle School in Johnston, was taking a stroll through the library one day when he noticed some old, out-of-use iPads. He knew just what to do with … more
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