By JOHN HOWELL What's more Rhode Island than wieners and coffee milk? Well, what about Del's and Kenyon Corn Meal clam cakes? All four have been staples at the Rhode Island pavilion at the Big E on the Eastern States Exposition grounds that open Sept. 15
By JOHN HOWELL The Ocean State Theatre Co. Inc. has closed as tenants of the former garage converted into a theatre on Jefferson Boulevard, but reports say it wouldn't remain dormant. According to reliable sources, Bill Hanney plans to reopen the theatre
By TESSA ROY and JOHN HOWELL Extended flooding on Lake Shore Drive from Warwick Pond has the city planning to raise a section of the road within the next few weeks, DPW director and chief of staff David Picozzi said yesterday. The whole problem is the"
By TESSA ROY It may not have been as sunny as hoped, but that didn't stop about 100 people from rallying in front of City Hall on Monday afternoon ahead of budget talks set for Friday night. Mayor Scott Avedisian's budget proposes a hike in funding for
By JOHN HOWELL Rhode Islanders love bargains, and they will be getting another one thanks to Frontier Airlines that announced Wednesday they would bring their discount fares to Green Airport with flights to Orlando and Denver starting Aug. 14. The
When traveling. The message from the Rhode Island Association of Justice Assistance is to wear a helmet while biking, roller blading or skate boarding. To reinforce that point, the association is handing out 500 helmets to kids in Providence, Cranston,
By JEN COWART Earlier this month, a warning from the Alabama public school department in Baldwin County went viral. It alerted parents to a new social media “app” that asks students to …
From trains to planes While thousands fought the highway traffic to get to the Rhode Island National Guard Open House and Air Show last weekend, 4,271 took the train from Providence, Warwick and Wickford Junction to get to and back from Quonset. That's