Six Ways to Build a “Rich” Life By Improving Communication

By Herb Weiss You could have all the money in the world but if your most important relationships are splintered or injured your life doesn’t feel very rich after all. Effective communication at home and within all your vital relationships is key to maintaining a meaningful, healthy and thriving personal life says Author Donna Mac, […]

IRS, Partners Urge Taxpayers to Beware of IRS Impersonations and Tax Scams

If you get a call from the “IRS” threatening you with lawsuits or jail unless you pay up immediately … Guess what? It’s a scam. IRS impersonation and tax scams by phone, email, postal mail and text are ongoing. Criminals use more and more creative ploys to trick taxpayers and tax preparers. Don’t be a […]

Three of World’s Hottest Destinations Also Among the Most Peaceful

Ringing in the New Year Where 2017 First Begins   If you’d like to get a head start on 2017 and experience the New Year as many as 23 hours ahead of some points within the United States, consider taking a trip to the South Pacific.   From a tropical island to a mountain resort […]


REGION—Stephen M. Miller, of the law firm of Stephen M. Miller and Associates in Providence, has been named as the new Rhode Island Coalition for the Homeless (RICH) Board of Directors President. Miller, of Lincoln, will facilitate in numerous capacities representing its members and advocating policy issues on local, the state and federal levels. He […]

“Beat the Winter Blues” Talk by URI Students

The URI Pharmacy students will return on Tuesday, January 10th at 11:00.  The topic will be “Chasing Away the Winter Blues.” During the winter season, many people may experience sadness or depression due to: cold weather, illness, and decreased sunlight.  Learn what causes the sadness, the risk factors, treatment options, and general winter safety tips. […]


WARWICK, RI – Ocean State Theatre Company (OSTC), currently celebrating its fifth season in its comfortable stadium-style theatre in Warwick is pleased to announce a very special fundraising concert, starring OSTC “kid” alumni, entitled Villains v. Heroes: Broadway Style! on Saturday, January 7. Reuniting “kid” alumni, who have appeared in previous OSTC productions both at […]

New Year Resolutions

The New Year brings with it the tradition of making resolutions.  How about we suggest some resolutions that you may wish to adopt for the New Year? High on the list for many people is the idea of making of a Last Will and Testament. We often times meet people who come in and tell […]

Serve Rhode Island’s Storm Assistance Program

It has been a mild winter so far, but Serve Rhode Island (SRI) is busy recruiting volunteers and processing resident applications for our Storm Assistance for Elderly & Disabled (SAFE-D) program. In its sixth year, SAFE-D is a statewide effort to recruit community volunteers to assist our elderly and disabled neighbors in need after significant […]

Don’t Miss this Soul-Moving Performance by Community Players

The Community Players continue their 96th season with David Lindsay-Abaire’s compelling drama, Rabbit Hole, the story of a family dealing with a tragic loss. Becca and Howie Corbett are a happy suburban family with everything they could want until a car accident takes the life of their 4 year-old son. Eight months of mourning in […]

The Future Is At Stake

By Kathleen Connell Happy New Year! Perhaps, like myself, you passed along the seasonal salutation with an afterthought that the overwhelming “new” will hit home January 20. A new president and a new Congress seem determined to implement sweeping changes. Given that so many Senior Digest readers are AARP members who collect Social Security and […]