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.
Bright fall sunlight streamed through the large glass exteriors of the University of Rhode Island’s new Fascitelli Center on Monday as more than 500 people gathered to celebrate the opening of the school’s state-of-the-art $150 million engineering building.
A proposal in Narragansett to institute an ordinance setting “behavior guidelines” for town meetings drew rebukes from the ACLU of Rhode Island and from members of the public at Monday’s Town Council meeting before ultimately being voted down.
After the West Bay YMCA closed its doors on April 30 and months of work refurbishing and renovating the building, the new Ocean State Community Wellness center opened its doors over the weekend.
In 1962, South County Hospital’s clinical laboratory was processing 14,125 procedures annually. Within 15 years, that number had shot up to 275,345 a year – an astonishing increase in 15 years.
Quidnessett Elementary School special education teacher Tara George and Hamilton Elementary School teaching assistant Nancy Ciccone have been named the 2019 North Kingstown School District Teacher of the Year and Educational Support Professional of the Year respectively.
An online campaign has launched to raise money to help Kenyon’s Grist Mill after the local institution was denied a spot at the Big E this year, dealing the mill a financial blow.
Chief CNN International Anchor Christiane Amanpour joined University of Rhode Island officials, faculty, alumni and students Sept. 27 at the grand opening of the school’s renovated $1.25 million Broadcast Center.
The 1980s brought a surge of new technology to South County Hospital. By 1986, a year after the CT scan arrived, the hospital also had a mammography machine, the CGR Sonographic 500T.