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WalletHub: Providence is among ‘Worst Cities for People with Disabilities’

With October being National Disability Employment Awareness Month and the 2017 cost-of-living adjustment for disability benefits being significantly lower than U.S. inflation, the personal-finance website WalletHub conducted an in-depth analysis of 2017’s Best & Worst Cities for People with Disabilities. In order to ease the process of finding the best place to live while managing a

Gladstone Elementary fifth graders receive instruments from Festivals Foundation

Sevastien Emmanuel carefully lifts the violin out of its case, holds it to his ear, plucking the strings. Around him, other fifth graders at Cranston’s Gladstone Elementary School cradle trumpets, clarinets, flutes, and one cello. The look on their faces tells it all. In the background, clarinetist Ben Marcoux, Newport Jazz Assembly Band Leader, plays

Beachfront property in Misquamicut sells for $1.25 million

A beachfront home located at 625 Atlantic Avenue, has sold for $1,250,000 by Lila Delman Real Estate International. Geb Masterson, Sales Associate, represented the buyer. This represents the fourth highest price for a beachfront home in Misquamicut year-to-date, according to data from the Rhode Island Statewide MLS* “This is Lila Delman Real Estate International’s fourth

Oroboro invades The News Café on September 30th

Western Massachusetts progressive noise punks Oroboro have been causing a stir in Rhode Island in 2017. Their unique sound has made them the topic of conversation among numerous social circles within the state’s music scene. It also doesn’t hurt that the band’s frontwoman Emily Carter is a Cranston native. On September 30th at the News

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