PROVIDENCE, RI – Both Senator Reed and Congressman Langevin watched as President Barack Obama announced that US Special Forces had killed Osama bin Laden. The two serve on Armed Forces committees. And Reed credits the intelligence community for the successful military operation.
"It is an extraordinary achievement," says Reed. "This represents the kinda of very careful but very deliberate long term effort that's necessary"
PROVIDENCE, RI – If you can't afford to see a private doctor in Woonsocket, you probably go to Thundermist Health Center.
Residents can use Medicaid or pay on a sliding scale for everything from check-ups to pre-natal care.
As part of our One Square Mile: Woonsocket, WRNI's Megan Hall sat down with Chuck Jones, the executive director of Thundermist's Woonsocket Health Center to learn more about the needs of the community.
Many Americans think that our 21st Century debates over bilingual education and making English the nation's official language are new. Well, a look at Woonsocket nearly a century ago shows that history may not repeat itself, but it does rhyme.
PROVIDENCE, RI – Red Sox pitcher turned entrepreneur Curt Schilling was the keynote speaker at the New England Institute of Technology's graduation ceremony.
When given a choice between what is easy and what is hard, do what is most challenging. That was the advice former Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling gave to 13-hundred New England Tech graduates yesterday at the Rhode Island Convention Center.
St. Ann Arts and Cultural Center is known in and around Woonsocket as the "jewel of the east."
The former Catholic church is home to North America's largest collection of fresco paintings. The church closed in 2000, due to financial troubles and dwindling attendance. But community members came together to save the artwork. They consider a part of their history.