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Once in a lifetime, that special dog comes along and steals your heart!! Jordan is waiting to steal your heart!  Jordan’s looks are beyond beautiful but he’s beautiful on the inside … more
You are the Target 12 investigative reporter and managing editor. Give us an overview of your responsibilities. I wear two hats at WPRI. As an investigative reporter my role is to bring things … more
Nebula will captivate you with her ethereal beauty as indicated by her name! She is a two year old Tabby with a gorgeous striped coat of gray and chocolate brown. Her eyes speak for themselves, … more
It all seems so plausible. Rhode Island is a small state geographically and in terms of its population. For years the Ocean State has been the testing ground for new products and with a once … more
Adorable puppy alert! Meet Tac, she's from the Tic, Tac Toe litter and she's ready to play games with you! Tac is a five month old mixed breed with the cutest nose, you just want to kiss it! She is a … more
You could hear the buzz and see the second look of someone trying to think of where they knew him from. Yes “that guy” was in the line waiting to purchase his normal coffee-to-go at … more
This girl really lives up to her name! Meet Sweet Girl, she loves everyone she meets! She is what we call a "wiggle butt!" Sweet Girl is a 5 year old mixed breed with the softest silver-grey coat and … more
Dave Carrara stood underneath the crusty ’62 Cadillac Coup deVille undercarriage, holding a cup of coffee in one hand and a tiny black flashlight in the other. His sagebrush mustache, … more
The Community College of Rhode Island boasts some of the top women’s athletic programs in the country and offers sports in all three seasons each year. It is common practice for junior … more
By JOHN HOWELL The pandemic has dealt Kent Hospital a financial and staffing blow that only an injection of funding and a reduction in Covid patients can remedy. Dr. James Fanale, Care New England President and CEO gave the Warwick Rotary Club an more
As a parent of three currently healthy young adult daughters, my perspective on this past week may not be the same as someone else’s, and I feel that everyone is navigating this new normal very … more
There’s no knowing when Warwick Schools could be the target of a cyber attack. A seemingly normal email with embedded links or a PDF file could pop into the mailbox of any faculty member. … more
The new nonprofit group Public Safety Special Needs Coalition is looking to foster connections between children with developmental disabilities and first responders, and there’s plenty of fun … more
Sophia Skaltsis and Megan Ranucci stood on the Stadium Theater stage in Woonsocket on a recent Sunday afternoon, their hearts pounding and nerves understandably at an all time high as they held hands … more
Food brings people together, and that’s just what Florence Spenard and Ken Gilbert had in mind when they spoke with Chef Steven Versacci of the Cranston Area Career and Technical Center last … more
Sue Parker says she tired of cooking, so instead of baking treats and serving them up in her canine bistro, she’s transformed the establishment – with the help of a lot of usual items … more
Persistence paid off for Ferri Middle School student Daniel Wulf. While his civics class was studying the founding fathers, the Constitution and the differences between a congressman and a … more
The Arts at Bishop Hendricken presents All Shook Up  as its fall musical opening tomorrow at the Dr. Daniel S. Harrop Theater on the campus of Bishop Hendricken High School and running through … more
As part of what has become a tradition in Cranston, Park View Middle School hosted its seventh annual Veterans Day 5K event at Roger Williams Park on Monday. More than 600 people are estimated to … more
Eagles have had an impact on the Pawtuxet Rangers, or more accurately on the Rangers’ Armory on Remington Street in the village. Over the past four years, five Eagle Scout projects have … more
Few eras have had as much of an impact on the United States as the Roaring Twenties - that time in the early 20th century where the American people felt invincible, their ambitions as headstrong and … more
“A community reveals itself not only by the people it produces,” Michael Traficante said, quoting President John F. Kennedy, “but also by the people it chooses to honor and recognize.” By … more
The students and faculty at Norwood Elementary School got a treat on Monday morning, as they welcomed Providence College Men’s Basketball Coach Ed Cooley for a visit. The coach initiated the … more
Lt. Gov. Dan McKee joined several state and local dignitaries and sponsors to kick off the 17th annual Operation Holiday Cheer at the Rhode Island National Guard Armory in Warwick on Tuesday … more
Standardized test scores that measure college readiness in mathematics and English Language Arts (ELA) in Warwick have once again sparked a conversation about how student proficiency is gauged in the … more
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