Taylor leaving as state director of elderly affairs to run for office

State Division of Elderly Affairs Director Catherine Taylor is stepping down to seek the Republican Party’s nomination for lieutenant governor. Her resignation is effective June 20, according to a statement e-mailed to Senior Digest this morning (Tuesday, June 10). Taylor contributes a monthly column to the newspaper. “I am deeply grateful to have had the […]

Remembering Beatrice Coleman

Rest in peace Beatrice Coleman: We were was privileged to run a story and photo a few years back related to a birthday celebration for Beatrice at the Tockwotton Home when it was located in Providence. Beatrice passed away on April 3 at the age of 109. She would have observed her 110th birthday tomorrow, […]

Birthday wishes extended to Cranston centenarian Mary Scorpio

Happy 2014! We at “Senior Digest” hope you have a good year filled with happiness. The next greeting is a belated happy birthday to Mary Scorpio of Cranston, who turned 100 on Dec. 29. Mary and her family celebrated the momentous occasion at a party attended by at least 100 people, and the centenarian was […]

From the Publisher – August 2013

Welcome to the new “Senior Digest” Web site. Thanks for visiting, and we hope you will return frequently. We think the revamped www.seniordigestnews.com is easier to navigate, and that it will improve as time passes. A ton of thanks go out to Cheryl Phillips and Andria Palange for all of their hard work on the […]