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Historian and author Christopher Kelly, reminds us — as we remember Pearl Harbor Day on Thursday — that our country is not impenetrable. [Read More]
Family, friends, and active duty and retired service members gathered in Concord, Massachusetts, on Nov. 16 to pay their final respects to Capt. Thomas J.... [Read More]
One of the bills gives veteran-owned small businesses a preference in the state purchasing process similar to the benefit that is awarded women-owned and minority-owned... [Read More]
The task force will examine aggressive and misleading refinancing propositions, and will address loan churning and repeated refinancing. [Read More]
Walk-in flu clinics are scheduled now at the Providence VA Medical Center and elsewhere. Also, the Providence VA Medical Center and the Veterans Benefits Administration's... [Read More]
Volunteers are needed to assist with apartment cleanouts and moving residents' belongings. After the six units are emptied, volunteers will assist Team Depot with painting,... [Read More]
VA Secretary Shulkin and a group of six people, including his wife, traveled to London and Denmark in July, where Shulkin met with British and... [Read More]
Under legislation passed by the U.S. House of Representatives, health coverage losses among non-elderly veterans would be concentrated among older, low-income and less-healthy veterans, according... [Read More]
For Suicide Prevention Month, VA has a number of outreach events planned to raise awareness within the entire VA health-care system, as well as the... [Read More]
— All veterans and the public are invited by the North Kingstown Parades Committee to attend a special Sept. 11 Patriot Day remembrance ceremony, at... [Read More]
The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs announced on Aug. 11 that the two-month pilot phase of the new White House VA Hotline that began in... [Read More]
Veterans Inc., which maintains a Pawtucket office at 1070 Main St., was recently awarded $309,000 by the U.S. Department of Labor under its Homeless Veteran... [Read More]
The Department of Veterans Affairs announced July 28 that it is resuming full operations of the Program of Comprehensive Assistance for Family Caregivers ( resumption... [Read More]
Secretary of Veterans Affairs David Shulkin announced actions the department took on July 16 to respond to whistleblower concerns detailed in an article in that... [Read More]
Then-Capt. Gregory Thornton was flying his Warthog supporting Advance 33, a ground forward air controller who was attached to Task Force 2nd and the 69th... [Read More]
Attend a sports event today, from amateur to professional, and generally you will hear a playing of "The Star-Spangled Banner," our national anthem, at the... [Read More]
Veterans visiting the Providence VA Medical Center will have an easier time finding parking due to an arrangement negotiated by state Representatives Camilla F.J. Vella-Wilkinson and Moira Walsh,... [Read More]
The scandal over long wait times for medical appointments at the VA in Phoenix spurred the accountability and whistleblower act. [Read More]