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Several children enjoyed the dreidels during the annual R.I. State House Menorah lighting which took place in the rotunda in December. more
Every quarter, the Statistics of Income Division of the Internal Revenue Service publishes financial statistics obtained from tax and information returns that have been filed with the federal … more
In the 10 years that I have been on the board of the Rhode Island Jewish Historical Association (RIJHA), we have had three offices at the Alliance’s Dwares Jewish Community Center in … more
As a kid, I remember that whenever a trip to the deli or bakery was necessary, it was my dad who did the shopping.  I have no idea why it was his job. We would go to the Star Delicatessen or … more
Moishe Hirsh Uditsky was born and died in the Russian Empire. Despite pogroms and oppression, he never immigrated to the United States, but at least six of his nine children did, finding a life of … more
Researching your family’s genealogy has become very popular in recent years and people are now ordering DNA kits to find out their ancestral background. But when it comes to finding out whether … more
It’s winter and that means cold, dry weather and dry, itchy skin. We asked Dr. David Pomerantz, of School Street Dermatology, in Pawtucket, for advice on how to combat this common … more
In 2011, a group of Hope High School alumni founded a scholarship fund to help Hope students pursue higher education. As of today, close to 500 Hope High alumni and friends have … more
EAST GREENWICH, R.I. –  What’s more exciting than getting a surprise package in the mail? Getting it from Israel! To strengthen our students’ connection to Israel, The Cohen … more
More than 1,600 community members gave their dollars and time generously to support the Jewish Alliance of Greater Rhode Island’s 2017 Annual Campaign, which ended June 30.   Driven … more
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