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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
PROVIDENCE – Adoption Options is holding a free informational session for those considering adoption. Licensed adoption workers will be available to provide information and answer questions. more
PROVIDENCE – HealthSource RI, Rhode Island’s health benefits exchange, reminds all Rhode Islanders that it has extended individual and small employer plan selection and payment deadlines to ensure that more Rhode Islanders are able to have … more
Four generations: Donna Young, center, her daughter Bethani Atwood, her mother Maxine Morse, and her granddaughter Graci M. Atwood. Graci was born May 10 and lives in Covington, Wash., with her parents Bethani and Kris Atwood. She is named after her … more
I am writing this on the day before Thanksgiving, 2013. My mother’s life ended in March of 1994 – very close to 20 years ago – and to this day, her impression remains strikingly vivid. My mirror reflects some of her too – an alarming thought … more
Browsing in one of my favorite local gift shops the other day, I lingered at the Alex and Ani counter. Studying the charms was like gazing at the paintings in a museum or perusing books in a library. Why were they created? What was their … more
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