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When it comes to being a professional musician, versatility is key. You have to know how to play a ton of different songs while spanning numerous styles along with your own original material. … more
By JOHN HOWELL It was to be an escape from Saturday's heat on Greenwich Bay, a time to enjoy family and cool off. It could have been a disaster with the possible loss of multiple lives. Instead, the quick actions of a 12-year old and the response of more
The 210 chapter of AARP is hosting a series of field trips. The first is on Thursday, September 16 to the Newport Playhouse & Cabaret Restaurant for a buffet lunch followed by a performance of … more
The Community College of Rhode Island is reopening its free Dental Hygiene Clinics to the public for the fall 2021 semester beginning Sept. 1. Held at CCRI's Flanagan Campus in Lincoln, the Dental Hygiene Clinic is a learning environment for dental more
Optis converge at Edgewood Yacht Club They look no bigger than a bathtub and about as seaworthy as a teacup. They are called Optimists, or Optis for short. Optis are great for training young sailors and as they learn how to sail Optis it's not long more
By JARED GUSTAFSON The Rhode Island Youth Theatre is back and in person. Auditions for "A Midsummer Night's Dream," which will be staged Friday, Aug. 13, at Toll Gate High School, were held Monday at the school. After a year and a half hiatus due to more
By RORY SCHULER Rhode Island health officials have announced a 300 percent increase in reported cases of Legionnaire's Disease (LD) in the state. "Between 2014 and 2020, there was an average of 10 cases during the months of June and July each year, more
Tara Monastesse of Warwick has been selected to receive a Rhode Island PBS Scholarship for high school seniors or college students pursuing a career in broadcasting, communications or journalism. The award - up to $60,000 - is renewable for up to four more
By ARDEN BASTIA Even though he was just four years old, Blake Costa loved his family, cooking, and bringing people together. "He just loved being in the kitchen, cooking whatever," said his father Nick Costa. "Pizza, doughnuts, whatever. He would even more
By JOHN HOWELL Thirty-five years ago, Roberta Merkle was looking to hire a case manager for the Warwick Central Geriatric Day Care Center based at the Warwick Central Baptist Church in Apponaug. The center, which went on to become Cornerstone Adult more
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