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Youth Pride Inc. aims to ensure there’s no need to hide

Don’t hide your pride. This simple yet powerful sentence is the theme of Rhode Island Pride this year. This request, prayer even, sums up...

R.I. Pride delivers emergency supplies during COVID-19 pandemic

GETTING SORTED: RHODE ISLAND PRIDE, a volunteer-based nonprofit organization, has been coordinating the delivery of food and emergency supplies to those in need during...
NEW PROSPECTS: JobsInRI will hold a job fair at the Radisson Hotel in Warwick on May 5. / COURTESY JOBSINTHEUS

Editor’s Choice: JobsInRI to host job fair at Radisson

Editor’s choice JobsInRI to host job fair at Radisson JOBSINRI IS HOSTING a job fair to provide an opportunity for job seekers, recruiters and businesses...
VOCAL GROUP: The Aphasia Clefs, a vocal group comprised of stroke survivors who have speech impediments, will perform at URI on March 9. / COURTESY KATHERINE ROSE

Editor’s Choice: Aphasia Clefs use music to improve communication

Editor’s choice Aphasia Clefs use music to improve communication HANDS IN HARMONY’S Neurologic Music Therapy choir, the Aphasia Clefs, will perform at the University of...
FARM TO SCHOOL: Farm Fresh Rhode Island’s AmeriCorps VISTA members Rose Serra, right, and Liesl Miller, left, assist Chartwell’s executive chef Steven Dafonseca and his assistant at Pocasset Elementary School in Tiverton, as they serve a harvest lunch made with locally sourced ingredients, including apples from Steere Orchard in Smithfield. / COURTESY FARM FRESH RHODE ISLAND

Editor’s Choice: Farm Fresh R.I. to host farm-to-school gathering

EDITOR’S CHOICE Farm Fresh R.I. to host farm-to-school gathering FARM FRESH RHODE ISLAND is bringing together local farmers and K-12 food service organizations to help...
SAFE ZONE: Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Rhode Island has added West View Nursing & Rehabilitation Center in West Warwick to its growing list of LGBTQ Safe Zone certified providers. From left, Matthew Cooper, activities and social services; Pam Masciarott, social worker; Rachel Rodas, dietary aid; and Erica Lewis, social worker. / PBN PHOTO/­MICHAEL SALERNO

West View earns LGBTQ Safe Zone certification

Effective relationships with doctors and care facilities require trust, which is difficult to come by for many in the LGBTQ community. But West View...
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