The Walk to End Alzheimer’s is Saturday, September 23, 2017 at Roger Williams Park in Providence and it kicks off at 9 a.m.
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A man battling a life-threatening disease was able to take a spin around Seekonk Speedway.
Centracchio also stated that internal disagreements among audience members could occur.
Centracchio said he believed that is possible for the country and individuals to be proactive when it comes to cyberterrorism.
Watch the full interview with Eyewitness News Political Analyst Joe Fleming in the video above.
Veterans are a top priority for the state, according to Governor Gina Raimondo and Director of Veterans Affairs Kasim Yarn.