Equity Action has awarded more than $700,000 in grants since its establishment in 2002.
Due to concerns about potential weather, organizers have postponed tonight’s (7/30) showing of “Happy Feet” at Rocky Point.
On Wednesday, the Providence Animal Rescue League brought us Optimus.
New Bedford is once again getting ready to host the world’s largest Portuguese feast.
The legislation to change the name in honor of the Roman Catholic nun known for her charitable work was sponsored by the state’s congression…
The Pontiac Avenue branch of the supermarket chain closed three days ago, according to a clerk.
On Wednesday, the Providence Animal Rescue League brought us Bippity.
Gillen broke several molds, and is remembered by many as the voice of recovery in Rhode Island.
The Rhode Island Foundation is offering $25,000 fellowships to aspiring writers who want to spend a year working on their craft.
The event was sponsored by Wakefield Rotary, with proceeds benefiting local charities.
Jimbo is a rambunctious 6-month-old male kitten who is very sweet and loves to play.
This year marks the tenth anniversary of the biannual event.
The city’s new Lots of Hope Urban Greenhouse opened at 10 a.m. Friday on Prairie Avenue.
Arlo is a talkative 10-month-old male cat who is outgoing and loves attention.
The cheetahs arrived at RWP Zoo in late May, coming from a wildlife center in Texas.
Emma likes nothing more than to hang out, lounge around and munch on some fresh vegetables.