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Old Town Wine Imports, Ltd.presents the wines from Manastira WineryThracian Valley, Bulgaria
Come and explore wines from an ancient winemaking region of the world – The Thracian Valley, Bulgaria! This event will feature five wines from Manastira Winery in a four-course plated dinner
Located to the north of Greece and Turkey, Bulgaria has a lot to offer to wine enthusiasts. The predominantly continental climate, with clearly…

SYRACUSE, N.Y. (AP) — In a real-life case of "Failure to Launch," an upstate New York judge Tuesday ordered a 30-year-old man to move out

The U.S. Coast Guard says the owner of a kayak that was found off the coast of Warwick on Tuesday has been found.

In his 60s, Roth produced several exceptional novels, including “American Pastoral,” “The Human Stain” and “I Married a Communist.”

The Wood-Pawcatuck watershed covers some 300 square miles, stretching from Coventry into eastern Connecticut and down through most of Washington County.

PROVIDENCE, R.I. — A cousin of the late Providence mayor Vincent A. “Buddy” Cianci Jr. announced his entrance into city politics on

Idea to charge co-pays to Medicaid recipients ostensibly will no longer be a part of state budget after governor moves to remove it from budget and House

Stephen Saccoccia was convicted of money laundering for drug cartel in 1993; he and his wife want gold bars, jewelry, money and other assets returned,

Notice Type: Meeting
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Providence City Planning Commission Agenda Providence City Office Building, 164 North Gateway Drive, Providence UT 84332 May 23, 2018 6:00 p.m. Anyone interested is invited to attend. Call to Order: Robert James, Chair Approval of the Minutes: Item No. 1. The Planning Commission will consider approval of the minutes for May 8, 2018. Public Comments: Citizens may appear before the Planning Commission…

PROVIDENCE, R.I. — A Mexican national living in Providence stands accused of creating and selling phony immigration cards using stolen Social

Drawing of John Peterson by Melissa J. Weaver, LMHC, ATR-BC, art therapistIn the spring of 2018, adult and child behavioral health services at Lifespan lost a very special team member: John Peterson – the person who made the numbers work brilliantly.

One of the most common misconceptions homeowners have regarding kitchen cabinets is that the term “custom” defines quality and price. This could not be further from the truth! There are three class…

According to the National Institute of Mental Health, about 45 million American adults – that is about one in every six — are living with a mental illness. While mental illness is widespread, unfortunately our reaction to mental illness often is marked by awkwardness, discomfort, and discrimination. This stigma creates a real problem.

The Audubon Society of Rhode Island is lighting up the dome of the State House in black and yellow to look like a giant bumblebee.

NEWPORT — Allison Paik didn't flinch.
Mistakes aren't a part of her game. The Wheeler sophomore doesn't let things like emotion take her out

Each year, fossil fuel combustion and other industrial processes release billions of tons of carbon into the Earth’s atmosphere. About half of this carbon remains suspended there, while some is taken up by the oceans and temperate forests. But what happens to the rest
Scientists believe that the “missing” carbon ends up being stored in tropical forests; however, the mechanism underlying this uptake remains unclear. Now…

Welcome to the Providence to Newport Ferry. Ferry service between Providence and Newport RI. From India Point, Providence to Perrotti Park, Downtown Newport.

PROVIDENCE, R.I. — State GOP Chairman Brandon Bell, a lawyer — and "avid complaint filer" with the state Board of Elections who

PROVIDENCE, R.I. — It would be hard not to notice how many hotels have been built in Providence in the last two decades and how many are under

Monday marked the beginning of Good Night Lights Week in Providence.It was the first mission for some of the new Providence police cruisers, as the department recently got 72 new vehicles.The $3 million investment includes new Ford Explorers, trucks, and a

“If you're going through heartbreak, and you can write a song, it's a wonderful win-win - because it takes your mind off the heartbreak, and you get to vent.” – Nikki Sixx
GREG LASWELL’S EVERYONE THINKS I DODGED A BULLET CONSIDERED. Okay, so what? Here’s another album about heartbreak or heartache
But isn’t the worry that when each of us stares down heartbreak/ache (we all do) – we just want so desperately to know that as many as possible are just as miserable…

When we think of seasonal depression, we usually associate the lower emotional states with the cold, gray weather. However, studies show that anxiety and depression are at high points in April, according to Psychology Today. This is a surprising statistic, considering the winter is typically associated with depression.

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Over the past 7 years, we invested over $100M in supporting artists as allies in equitable community development. We were able to invest $87M in 279 creative placemaking projects in 208 communities of all sizes across the United States. We also invested $18M in six community development organizations, and developed a robust research program, looking at what happens when arts and cultural strategies are deployed towards community planning and development goals.

In 2017 Americans learned to expect the unexpected, whether it be politics, weather or housing. Driven by record low inventory, little about the housing market went as forecast last year. “We thoug…

Seven titles led the Johnson & Wales University athletics department to a sweep of the women’s and men’s GNAC Commissioner’s Cup.

The climate cycles that have driven mass extinctions, are shortening and becoming more severe. The species that can adapt to environmental changes survive, while others simply die off. CBSN Originals travels to the Galapagos Islands, a living laboratory in the crosshairs of climate change, to see if nature can outrun and outsmart climate change?

Revolutionary aerial mapping technology brings a new resolution to coral solutions in the Caribbean.