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Four teenagers traveled first to Holocaust sites in Europe, then to Israel, learning about the strength of the Jewish people.
Donating money to organizations that help victims is quick and easy.
Erin is ready for her close up, just look at that face
WPRI talks to a few teens and drug abuse counselor Bob Houghtaling about misuse of prescription drugs.
Citizens Who Care has produced a video featuring a recent EGHS grad, the police chief and a former state police officer, all discussing why it's important to make good choices.
Shy at first, Mallory warms up fast.
URI tick guru Tom Mather offers five actions you can take to cut down your chances of contracting a tick-borne disease.
Spring is the best time to adopt your new best friend!
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