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WORCESTER — Not all PawSox-related traditions were packed and loaded into moving vans and transported up Route 146. For that, we should doff our ballcaps in appreciation of several members of the franchise’s old guard keeping alive the decades-long practice of sending two youngsters from the…

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The Preservation Society of Pawtucket recently presented Friends of the Looff Carousel with a $1,000 award for their work on the restoration of the Looff Carousel in Pawtucket’s Slater Park.

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PAWTUCKET – Less than seven hours after identifying the young man shot and killed Saturday afternoon on Randall Street, police now are investigating a second shooting late Sunday night, one that resulted in the murder of a 19-year-old woman on Japonica Street.

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Stop & Shop, in conjunction with the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services (HHS), announced Monday that select pharmacy locations across the Northeast are now offering Pfizer COVID-19 vaccines in addition to existing supply of Moderna and Johnson & Johnson vaccine, which hav…

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CUMBERLAND ‒ Blackstone Valley Prep Mayoral Academy (BVP) conducted its annual lottery for the 2021-22 school year Thursday, April 1, randomly selecting 224 scholars for kindergarten admission and randomly generating a waitlist for additional seats that may become available in grades K-12. B…

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PROVIDENCE – A Cranston man admitted to a federal court judge Thursday that he sprayed a flammable liquid into a Providence Police Department cruiser causing a fire to intensify and destroy the vehicle moments after he and others unsuccessfully attempted to flip over the cruiser during a Jun…

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With COVID-19 continuing to force the postponement of traditional in-person college open houses and campus tours, the Community College of Rhode Island will host its next Virtual Open Houses for interested high school seniors and adult learners on Tuesday, March 16 at 6 pm and Saturday, Marc…

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PAWTUCKET – Mayor Donald R. Grebien has announced the selection of the 12 members of the city’s new Mayor’s Community Board, one that was established via executive order to encourage a more cohesive environment for all citizens and visitors to Pawtucket.

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SEEKONK — The Little Sisters of the Poor announced this week that their annual St. Patrick’s Day Fundraiser at The Old Grist Mill Tavern will take place on Wednesday, March 17 from 11 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. This year the format is carry-out.

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PROVIDENCE—With a proclamation issued by Gina Raimondo in her last days as Rhode Island’s governor declaring March as “March for Meals Month,” R.I. Office of Healthy Aging Director Rose Amoros Jones on March 3 launched Meals on Wheels of Rhode Island’s month-long campaign alongside the organ…