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Mayor Joseph Solomon and Ward 7 Councilman Stephen McAllister announced Wednesday that they will be working cooperatively to examine possible reuses for the Buttonwoods Community Center, including the potential for leasing, city department occupancy and more
DUI On June 12 at approximately 9:14 p.m. Officer Derek Mourato was on his post on Warwick Avenue, near Shaw's, when he saw a car speeding down the road without its headlights on and swerving through lanes cutting off other cars. He followed the vehicle more
By ETHAN HARTLEY She may not know if she wants to become a poet, but Pilgrim freshman Charlotte Frost certainly has the name for it, and now she also has the distinction of writing a poem that was recognized and declared as exceptional by acclaimed New more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Over 200 people filled the Grand Ballroom of the Crowne Plaza in Warwick to continue the fight against overdoses in Rhode Island, as Governor Gina Raimondo and various state departments gathered to discuss the topic with local law more
By JOHN HOWELL Michael D'Ambra's dream to transform the site of his construction offices and asphalt plant into a hub of office buildings, hotel and retail uses dates back to 2008. He moved ahead with planning and zoning board approvals and sought out more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- The sun is out, and with many schools set to close for summer vacation this week it's the perfect time for families to start thinking about vacations of their own. Unfortunately, one study says people don't want to come to Rhode Island. more
Recently, the Rhode Island Commerce Corporation began a new series of online multimedia ads that focus a light on the state's broad range of tourism-related activities. Everything from fishing, surfing, kayaking, hiking, dining on a rooftop in Providence more
To the Editor: Today I write because we have reached a turning point in Rhode Island. This turning point is being led by the students who are tired, scared, and sickened at the fact that we still witness kids our ages dying. To some this may be a radical more
By THOMAS GREENBERG Attorney General Peter Kilmartin's push to strengthen the criminal penalties for drug dealers who sell fatal doses has moved one step closer to law, as the House of Representatives approved the bill sponsored by Speaker Nicholas more
By ETHAN HARTLEY The sun is out, and with many schools set to close for summer vacation this week it's the perfect time for families to start thinking about vacations of their own. While trips by plane are the most time-efficient means of travel, there more
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