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The Spencer Trappist Brewery is taking part in the fourth annual Big Toast fundraiser to benefit Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Ocean State’s youth-mentoring programs. more
Family Service of Rhode Island is looking for “super volunteers” for its Walking School Bus program to honor one of its first volunteers who died in an automobile accident. more
BayCoast Bank has contributed $5,000 to the Fall River Women’s Union. The women’s union is an organization working since 1873 to promote the welfare of women and children. more
The annual East Commerce Solutions Classic golf tournament to benefit Boys & Girls Clubs of Providence raised $65,000, which will be used towards the Teen Youth Employment Program, as well as other programming for more than 4,000 local youths served across the seven club sites in the Providence area. more
BankNewport Vice President and Middletown Branch Manager Linda Buchanan recently joined fourth, fifth and sixth graders during Norman Bird Sanctuary’s summer camp Explorers Program after BankNewport extended a $5,000 grant to the sanctuary. more
Rhode Island’s landfill has about 24 more years of life left in it, but a new push to recycle stained, worn and damaged clothes and other textiles may help stretch out that life a little longer. more
WESTBOROUGH, Mass. – BJ’s Wholesale Club Inc. has announced partnerships with 215 schools – including five in Rhode Island and three in Bristol County, Mass. – through the organization’s Adopt-A-School program. more
A year before theatrical commitments to the Providence Performing Arts Center are made, President J.L. “Lynn” Singleton is busy talking to Broadway producers about the possibility of bringing openings of national tours to town. more
Fidelity Investments volunteers, from left, Tina Sullivan, Jill Evans and Melissa Soto work at Pawtucket’s Samuel Slater Junior High on Aug. 15, during Fidelity’s second-annual School Transformation Day. They were among about 200 Fidelity volunteers who tackled a host of improvement projects, including creating a teachers room, crafting murals and building and staining wooden planters. more
Wild oysters, with their craggy shells and the natural, complex reefs they grow on, are almost just a memory in Rhode Island – 99 percent of them are gone. more
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