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This week, Senator Whitehouse came to visit the fifth grade at the Providence Hebrew Day School (PHDS). The reason he came was because we wanted to present a gift to him. On the day before Thanksgiving, we had a Thanksgiving assembly. At the … more
Temple Torat Yisrael in East Greenwich was the setting for the speaking engagement of Mrs. Florence Markoff, sponsored by the men’s club and sisterhood of the synagogue. more
Back in the 1990s, two brothers in Boston started a company devoted to spreading optimism. They called it “Life is Good” and they put that message on T-shirts and hats. They thought people were too negative and anxious about things. more
For the past 25 years, Dr. Stephen Kaplan has researched Jewish history and thought as an avocation and has explored the experience of the Jewish people as a pathway to understanding the Jewish faith. As part of the “Time for Me” Adult Education … more
Serious illness and end of life are two topics that many people don’t want to even think about never mind prepare for. Conversations about how to deal with the progression of a serious illness often get put off until there is a crisis and it … more
Falls account for more than one million injuries in the United States annually. There are four types of walking accidents, with the most common being the slip and fall. That’s the type of fall that happens when you fall due to a surface not being … more
Matthew Fabisch has been named the new Executive Director of the Rhode Island Republican Party. In that position, he is in charge of the day-to-day operations of the state Party. Fabisch, 30, is an attorney who lives in Smithfield with his wife … more
On Friday, December 6, Neal Drobnis, Coordinator of Kosher Nutrition for Jewish Family Service welcomed nearly 100 guests and volunteers to the Kosher Senior Café Hanukkah party at the Alliance JCC. The guests were treated to a sterling … more
PROVIDENCE – The Miriam Hospital is making its valet parking even easier. Now, patients and visitors can send a text message to the valet service when they are ready to leave, so the wait for their vehicle will be shorter. more
An Interfaith tribute and celebration in the honor of Nelson Mandela was held Dec. 15 at the West End Tabernacle Baptist Church in Providence, a predominantly African and African-American congregation. The tribute was organized by Rev. Dr. Donald … more
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