On Sept. 10, an early morning three-alarm fire ripped through the Wickford Shipyard, destroying the building that stood at 125 Steamboat Ave.
Thundermist Health Center celebrated their 50th anniversary in style last Thursday night with a gala at the Roger Williams Park Botanical Center where they honored their past, and raised $20,000 to fund ongoing programs and future endeavors at their Woonsocket, West Warwick and Wakefield locations.
Fall is in full swing, and with it, all things pumpkin, and the famed orange gourd will be front and center today at the TwoTen Oyster Bar & Grill hosts Pints & Pumpkins to raise money for The Courthouse Center for the Arts.
Limiting mistakes while matched up with a more comparable team, the Rebels put their strengths on display in a 36-26 victory over Moses Brown.
The North Kingstown High School football team hasn’t wavered since its loss to Bishop Hendricken, going full speed for what’s still on the table.
With a blend of Mexican folk music and Americana, David Wax Museum set themselves apart from their contemporaries. The nucleus of the band comes from the songwriting partnership of husband and wife David Wax and Sue Slezak while bringing other talented musicians into the fold.
University of Rhode Island‘s Theatre Department launches its 2019 – 2020 season with an ambitiously cheeky musical comedy that asks big questions about the origins of the universe, the meaning of life and the revolutionary power of musical theater.
The Wickford Art Association’s Annual Photography Exhibit kicks off Friday as a collection of fine art photography submitted by photographers across the state as well as Massachusetts and Connecticut goes on display at 36 Beach St.