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By THOMAS GREENBERG All 39 cities and towns in the state are now recognized as storm ready" by the National Weather Service (NWS) and the Rhode Island Emergency Management Agency (RIEMA). Rhode Island becomes the first state in the country to have all" more
With a moniker like the Ocean State, it should be no surprise that Rhode Island has more shipwrecks per square mile than any other state. Along the south coast and Block Island are the resting places for countless numbers of vessels, with many more more
By JOHN HOWELL The last days of December and the first days of the New Year were painfully cold, with temperatures hovering around zero. At least for the foreseeable future, such temperatures aren't in the forecast. But that doesn't mean natural gas more
By ETHAN HARTLEY The Pilgrim Political Involvement Club (Pil-PI) scored its highest ranking political guest speaker yet, as Lt. Governor Daniel McKee stopped by Pilgrim High School on Tuesday to talk to club members about the Lt. Governor's role in more
LARCENYA report of stolen rims and tires from a car at the Balise Collision Center on Jefferson Boulevard came to Officer Michael Walker on Jan. 25 at approximately 7:38 a.m.The reporting party told … more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Warwick Police announced Tuesday that two suspects had been arrested for their involvement in a stabbing that occurred outside of a convenient store in Conimicut on Monday, Feb. 5. According to the release sent out by Warwick Police more
By JOHN HOWELL Pilgrim student Connor Fontaine said being a member of one of the school's two robotic teams has taught him how to be organized and team building skills. Fontaine and his teammates competed in the 12th annual FIRST (For Inspiration and more
By ETHAN HARTLEY The Narragansett Council of the Boy Scouts of America (NCBSA) has been going through some unprecedented changes. In the midst of trying to stymie an historic decline in enrollment, and breaking news that they would be allowing girls into more
Longer days Yes, it's lighter in the mornings. The sun rose 18 minutes sooner yesterday than it did on the longest day of winter, Dec. 21, when the sun shone for 9:08 hours. Yesterday we had 10:17 hours of sun. Nonetheless, it's still winter and while more
By JOHN HOWELL While Ward 5 Councilman Ed Ladouceur likes to be kept abreast of issues pertaining to his ward and the city, at least for the time being he won't be notified of every emergency run affecting his constituents. Ladouceur requested of Fire more
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