Rhode Island Weather for August 31, 2023 – John Donnelly

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by John Donnelly, meteorologist High pressure pushes in from the northwest, keeping TS Idalia well to our south, with only some high cloud cover arcing in over the top during the day, eventually that will evaporate as well with the dry air taking hold. We’ll have a wonderfully dry but cloud-covered morning for the kiddos…

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URI Veteran and military-connected students fall welcome, orientation – TODAY

A mural depicting a group of veterans in a train station.

Happening Today—URI Center for Military and Veteran Education hosts fall welcome and orientation for student veteran community Aug. 31 All veteran and military-connected students are invited to attend Close to a year into his tenure at the University of Rhode Island, Bob Flynn, director of URI’s Center for Military and Veteran Education, is looking forward…

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It’s Sour Grapes times! – Tim Jones

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by Timothy Jones, cartoonist Originally from Attleboro, Massachusetts, Tim lives with his wife and two daughters in Smithfield, RI. He is a cartoonist, freelance illustrator, author and comedian. He is also a member of the National Cartoonist Society and the Mid-South Cartoonist Association. He teaches cartooning, speaks at local schools and libraries and appears at…

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Rhode Island Weather for August 30, 2023 – John Donnelly

A map showing the direction of a storm in Rhode Island.

by John Donnelly, meteorologist A warm front with higher humidity and dense fog in the morning, somewhat overcast most of the day. Showers late in the day, giving way to late sun and leading into a good stretch of weather ahead of us. Blue Moon tonight! Heavy rip currents at local beaches from Hurricane Idalia.…

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Joe Andruzzi Foundation welcomes new board members, new board chair

A man in a suit and tie alongside a little boy wearing a red nose, representing the Joe Andruzzi Foundation's philanthropic efforts.

The Joe Andruzzi Foundation (JAF), providing help, hope, and a reason to smile for New England cancer patients and their families through financial support when it is needed most, is proud to announce the addition of three distinguished individuals to its esteemed Board of Directors.  Elizabeth “Beth” Huber of Sarasota, FL (formerly of Providence, RI); Tom Turco of Auburn, MA; and Mike…

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