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A new year, a new beginning.  With the arrival of 2023, many of us use this annual marker to stop and think about where we have been, and where we’re going.  It’s a chance to … more
METRO If asked to name the No. 1 killer of women, many people might be excused for providing an incorrect answer. Various issues affect women’s health, and some issues garner more attention … more
Ensuring body balance when performing activities, especially in standing, requires coupling of the  opposite hand and foot:  “The Opposite Hand and Foot Rule.” During an … more
Move over David Baldacci and John Grisham, there’s a new kid in town, and he just may give you a run for your money. And not only does he come from our great state, but he started his … more
Nathan Cornell considers it the finest stand of beeches in Rhode Island. “They look really impressive this time of year because the leaves turn a metallic, coppery-gold color that stands out … more
A tree nearly totaled Bernie Pavia’s Johnston home, but a small group of dedicated workers have helped salvage the building, and the 91-year-old living inside Bernard “Bernie” … more
For three nights a week since the beginning of September, the cast of Community Player’s latest production “9 to 5: The Musical” have been preparing for their December performances. … more
Arnold Fenner and a horse dropped dead, struck by a lightning bolt in 1796. His father, standing nearby, was unharmed. Their Johnston barn burned to the ground. The only evidence, “a … more
Harry Olsen, who is now 97 years old, builds ships. That was apparent as he sat beside the model of one of the ships he served aboard as a member of the Merchant Marines during World War II. The … more
Warwick author Amanda Mottola's new book highlights her emigration from Paraguay to discovering opportunities here in the States. Try to imagine growing up in a world full of turmoil. You have no … more
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