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Even Jonathan Stone, executive director of Save The Bay, confessed it is a hard sell, but the environmental advocacy group has called on the governor to increase funding to the Department of … more
By ANDREW S. CUTLER Unless you were visiting Mongolia last week, chances are you probably noted a story coming out of Rhode Island, which became a viral sensation overnight. As I followed this … more
Recent to-do lists for the 2016 legislative session omitted one crucial New Year’s resolution: Restore Ethics Commission jurisdiction over the General Assembly. Nearly seven years have passed … more
Follow the yellow brick road! That’s just what nearly 80 youth performers from across the state will do this weekend when they present “The Wizard of Oz” at Rhode Island College. The … more
In a shift of emphasis from a source of revenue to balance the budget to more effective controls, Gov. Gina Raimondo called on legislators Tuesday to work with her to improve the state’s medical … more
Cranston Mayor Allan Fung and Barbara Ann Fenton, who met in 2012 and were engaged last year, married over the weekend at St. Mary’s Church in Newport. Fung’s father, Kwong-Wen Fung, who had … more
In one of the year’s largest gatherings of corporate and small business professionals, the Northern Rhode Island Chamber of Commerce (NRICC) held its 25th annual dinner at Twin River on Tuesday, … more
Warwick Beacon photos by Jessica A. Botelho and John Howell) more
The National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration's (NOAA) Southeast Fisheries Science Center in Miami, Florida has been tagging fish for years with the help of fishermen and scientists throughout the world. A 9-pound bluefin tuna caught, tagged more
A proud salute [Photo gallery]
Robert Houghtaling, 79, gave a salute to passers by as he stood watch over… more
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