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CRANSTON -- Gov. Gina Raimondo announced a new program Monday to make sure kids in need don’t go hungry during a speech here honoring recipients of

The Federated States of Micronesia are showing how sustainable fishing is better for people and the planet.

Orval Wallace Herdman passed away on January 18, 2019. He was born December 5, 1923 to Raymond and Elizabeth Herdman. Orval lived most of his life in Piper, Kansas. He married LaVon Maxzine Edmondson September 9, 1944. Orval and LaVon raised two sons in Piper where Orval farmed and worked at Proctor and Gamble. LaVon and Orval were members of Piper Baptist Church. Orval along with his 6 brothers served in WWII. All seven boys safely returned from the war. Orval was a…

Transforming the way cities interact with nature will mean cities can be resilient, healthy and equitable.

Mankind has changed the planet so profoundly in the last few centuries that many scientists believe we have entered a new geologic epoch – the “Anthropocene,” the age of man.

Tech-savvy churches are bringing in 97 percent more donations as they turn to contactless technology for their collection plates.

Don’t think the Lincoln School will have to worry about anyone questioning their newest coaching hire.
The school sent a release out Friday

Ounce for ounce, a spider web is one of the strongest structures on earth. Could it change our world?

by Ramon Solis MLA 19 The Printmaking Biennial on view through February 17 at Sol Koffler Graduate Student Gallery is a powerful and wide-ranging show belying the fact that there are currently only 13...

I entered to win Moe’s catering at my wedding. If I win, maybe I’ll invite you! #Contest

Butternut squash is an orange-fleshed winter squash, celebrated for its versatility and sweet, nutty flavor. This article takes a look at butternut squash, its nutrition, health benefits, and uses.

If uncontrollable thoughts and fears are taking over your child’s—and your family’s—life, it’s time to get help for your anxious child.

Adler Pollock & Sheehan P.C.
January 18, 2019
Lori Caron Silveira was a guest on Latino Public Radio to discuss some basic employment law pointers for Rhode Island businesses, including Latino-owned businesses.
Click below to listen to her interview.

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The timeline of Sunday's system hasn't shifted much. We're still on track to see snow as early as 10pm on Saturday and this will likely bring a significant amount to parts of RI. Specifically for those in Providence County, totals may reach the half-foot mark. While our snow numbers won't be as impressive as those north of the Mass Pike, it's the ice that will lead to major concerns in southern New England. Even with a thin layer of ice (0. 1-0.

Stream the Paul and Al Show episode, What Was Your Favorite Stump the DJ Joke?, free & on demand on iHeartRadio.

Restaurant weeks often showcase things like burgers or gourmet fixed-price menus. But in Monterey, the focus isn’t just on tasty food; it’s also on where

“Get Hooked” is a week-long initiative to recognize restaurants that provide the in-season harvest to their patrons by spotlighting the local catch and area chefs who bring them to plate.

As the Israelites escaped Pharaoh’s army and passed safely to the far shores of the Red Sea, they sang a song of joy and praise, read in this week’s Torah portion, Beshalach . This week we also commemorate Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel’s yahrzeit and celebrate the strength of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s legacy
Shortly after returning from the march in Selma, Alabama, Rabbi Heschel wrote these (now famous) words to Dr. King.
"The day we marched together out of Selma was a…

Do you have a Warwick workers’ compensation claim? Call the Law Firm of d’Oliveira & Associates today for a free case evaluation. Call 401-490-6907 today.

The Natick Soldier Systems Center is the only active Army base in New England. It's in talks with Natick on a possible deal to trim costs at the base.

Maryori Conde ’18 MAT ’19 passed away this morning in a fatal car accident on Interstate 95 near Attleboro, Massachusetts, wrote Vice President for Campus Life Eric Estes and other University administrators in a community-wide email.

As you make revisions to your New Year’s resolutions, consider adding something to that list... a pest-free home. It’s an unusual resolution…

During cold and flu season it can be a challenge to find the right medication to help you get back on your feet. The pharmacy aisle has so many options and it can be hard to know where to start. If you do need to look for a medication, here are some tips to help you navigate the cough and cold aisle this season.

The Center for Dynamic Learning is looking for part-time STEAMM (science, technology, engineering, arts, mathematics, and manufacturing) educators to teach our innovative out-of-school time...

Although early in the winter season, Mother Nature has already treated us to our first snow fall in December. With the annual average snowfall of more than 30 inches in Rhode Island, and well over 70 inches in other parts of New England, one thing is certain -- there will be more snow to shovel in the months to come! The following are a few pointers that may help you to avoid

Older adults who move more than average, either in the form of daily exercise or just routine physical activity such as housework, may maintain more of their memory and thinking skills than people who are less active than average, even if they have brain lesions or biomarkers linked to dementia, according to a study by Rush University Medical Center published in the January 16, 2019, online issue of Neurology, the medical journal of the American Academy of Neurology.

A new drug developed in part by the National Cancer Institute may help extend survival for patients with a rare type of cancer.