EAST PROVIDENCE, R.I. (WPRI) - Mike Montecalvo sits down with military analyst Lt. General Reginald Centracchio for a one-on-one interview.
The general focused on the meaning of Memorial Day and how people should recognize and remember our veterans.
Centracchio also talked about several ceremonies taking place this week including one at Immaculate Conception School in Cranston, where they've started the tradition of retiring a flag every year.
The flag is then given to a veteran. The general also talked about how the downsizing of the military and says it's being driven by money—budget cuts.
The 2013 Rhode Show Search For a Star finale party was help Monday, December 9 at Bonefish Grille.
School officials are scheduled to vote on converting Veterans Memorial HS into a junior high.
While the Salvation Army in New Bedford packs up toys for needy children around the area, they're getting help from a source you may not normally associate with good deeds.
In a training workshop Tuesday, the Rhode Island Family Court is hoping to better equip those who work with at-risk children against letting them fall into the sex trade.
Twin River Casino is sweetening the pot for bettors, with the opening of 14 more table games Tuesday.