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By ROB DUGUAY When a group of music scene stalwarts get together, most of the time something rad results from it. Enter Providence rock act PonyBoy, which was started by vocalist and pianist Dave Laros and guitarist Vic Foley. The two are familiar with more
Girl Scouts of Southeastern New England (GSSNE) is now accepting nominations for the 2021 Leading Women of Distinction Awards. Anyone can nominate a woman who exemplifies the Girl Scout mission of building girls of courage, confidence and character who more
By PAM SCHIFF If ever there was a time we all needed a good laugh, it is now. And, thankfully, John Perrotta, "the Italian Don Rickles," is bringing his rapid-fire brand of comedy to the Cranston, Warwick, Johnston and beyond. Perrotta started doing more
By PAM SCHIFF With the end of the school year so close, it is time for awards and recognitions. And despite not yet being able to hold traditional in-person ceremonies, schools are finding ways for students to be honored. On Friday, May 14, Lt. Col. John more
Yappy Hour a success This past Sunday, Garden City Center hosted its first Yappy Hour for the community. It was a chance for people to meet other people and dogs to meet other dogs, all to benefit EGAPL Heart of RI Animal Rescue League. Hundreds of more
Here are the highlights from news and events that took place in the General Assembly last week. For more information on any of these items, visit rilegislature.gov/pressrelease. House passes minimum wage bill The House approved legislation (2021-H 5130A) more
A tribute to the fallen On May 8, a group of 10 Cranston Police Explorers and their advisers paid tribute to four Cranston officers who have lost their lives in the line of duty over the years. Participating Explores were Sofia Rivare, 16; Rosangela more
1070 Cranston St. 780-6000 Scams & Frauds: What We Need to Know Thursday, May 20 at 10 a.m. Presenter: Ret. Col. Ken Mancuso Millions of older adults fall prey to scams and frauds every year. Scammers are expected to steal over $2 billion in 2021. You more
In what's become one of the state's largest efforts in support of childhood literacy, United Way of Rhode Island and its Women United group have kicked off their annual children's book drive. Throughout the month of May, local businesses, community more
Editor's note: The date of this event has changed to Thursday, May 13. The East Greenwich Art Club was formed in 1959 by local artists who came together to support each other while developing their art. It is a vibrant organization today, promoting the more
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