WOONSOCKET – Deaths of well-respected members of the administration, students and staff at Woonsocket High School have shaken the community in recent years, and this week, the student body... more
National program invests in new Social Street facility
WOONSOCKET – Northern Rhode Island seniors who want to stay in their homes rather than moving to a nursing facility now have a new resource located nearby.
PACE, or Program of All-inclusive Care for... more
WOONSOCKET – With the touch of a button a beating heart jumps from its display on a computer monitor and into the forefront of the students’ vision.
Guiding a wand over the 3D organ seemingly afloat... more
PROVIDENCE – While some college graduates move back home with family or rent an apartment with friends after graduation, state officials want them to consider another option: buying their first home... more
WOONSOCKET – Richard Fagnant, a local business owner and alternate on the Zoning Board, has announced his run for the Woonsocket City Council
Fagnant, who goes by the name “The Lone Ranger,” has been... more
WOONSOCKET – Madeline Charbonneau, a graduating senior at Mount Saint Charles Academy, has been named one of more than 4,000 candidates in the 2016 US Presidential Scholars Program. The candidates... more
PROVIDENCE – On Sunday, May 22, 125 people, supporting many teams, will participate in the Ocean State NF Walk to raise awareness and money to fund research into neurofibromatosis. Team Charlie’s... more
A fire at a triple-decker apartment building on Friday, April 29 displaced more than a dozen city residents.
The blaze was believed to have started around 7:30 p.m. at 158 South Main St. and was... more
WOONSOCKET – Community Care Alliance will host a forum in May titled “Housing Myth Busters —Dispelling the Barriers that Get in the Way of Finding Housing,” at the American-French Genealogical... more
EAST GREENWICH – The following local students were awarded degrees at New England Institute of Technology on May 1 at the Rhode Island Convention Center.
From Blackstone: Brianna M. Schuberth,... more
WOONSOCKET – Christopher Lanctot will the 6th annual Beer and Dynamite Fundraiser on Saturday, May 7, from 6 p.m. to midnight, at the Elk’s, Lodge, Social. The event will benefit a 9K run to support... more
WOONSOCKET – The Golden Hearts Senior Club announces the following winners at its recent meetings.
April 20: Jocelyn Ciffo, door prize winner; Doris Dupuis, Richard Plath, Rita Rousseau, Lucille... more
WOONSOCKET – St. Joseph Senior Group will hold a dinner and bingo at Wrights Farm on Thursday, May 5. The next meeting will be held on Tuesday, May 10 at the Good Shepherd School auditorium, 1200... more
WOONSOCKET – Waterview Activity Association announces the following events.
A Spring Tea will be held on Thursday, May 12, at 1 p.m.
A chicken pot pie dinner is planned for Thursday, May 19, at 5 p... more
WOONSOCKET – Woonsocket High School Class of 1951 will hold its reunion on Saturday, Sept. 17. Classmates will be notified by May 12.
For more information, call 401-766-0169 or 401-333-3014.
WOONSOCKET – Mended Hearts, a support group for heart patients and their caretakers, will meet on Wednesday, May 11, at 5:30 p.m., at Landmark Medical Center, 115 Cass Ave.
The speaker will be... more
ATTLEBORO, Mass. – The 9th annual Blessing of the Bikes – Ride it Together Benefit will take place this Saturday, May 7, at Our Lady of La Salette Shrine, 947 Park St. (Rte. 118), in Attleboro.
PROVIDENCE – The Rhode Island State Council on the Arts will be holding a workshop on Monday, May 9, to assist nonprofit arts organizations interested in applying for capital improvement grants... more
As Lions Clubs International begins to celebrate its Centennial, 100 years of service, Rhode Island Lions, District 42, are marking it with a bang! This Saturday, May 7, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.,... more
PROVIDENCE – The 2016 American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network Day at the State House will take place on Wednesday, May 11, in the Governor’s State Room.
Cancer advocates, survivors and members... more