September 25, 2021
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EAST PROVIDENCE, R.I. – As the saying goes, good things are worth waiting for. To that end, University Orthopedics is excited to announce registration is now open for the Mark Palumbo Memorial … more
The CDC reported a 45 percent uptick in Lyme disease cases from 2005 to 2018 according to a February 2021 report and a case of Powassan was reported in Rhode Island this summer. This year is … more
Join us for our first Food Truck Night!!!!! Shop for delicious fresh food from all our great vendors, eat yummy fresh meals, visit and buy something beautiful from our Pop-up Artisan, Jessie … more
East Bay Community Action Program’s (EBCAP) Ocean State Senior Dining Program is collaborating with IHOP Restaurant, located at 75 Highland Avenue East Providence, Rhode Island, to offer discounted … more
The Chapel of St. Therese of Lisieux in West Warwick Begins Major Renovation of 118-Year Old Church Exterior in June West Warwick—June 14, 2021—The Chapel of St. Therese of Lisieux, 1500 Main … more
Jules Hope Chest a local non-profit children's organization wishes to recognize teachers and spotlight the importance of educators in our children’s lives. Our commitment is to instill hope and … more
Please support Jules Hope Chest by ordering your Decal TODAY to support our worthy organization. We need your support to continue helping those in need and no donation is too SMALL or too BIG! Visit … more
The Rhode Island Foundation is offering local libraries, schools, neighborhood groups and nonprofit organizations grants of up to $10,000 to fund proposals that bring people together as a community. … more
When a colleague suggested to Dr. Joseph A. Chazan that he pen a novel about his life, the rule-bending, risk-taking octogenarian not only accepted the challenge, but upped the ante by telling his … more
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