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In light of recent numbers reported by the Rhode Island Department of Health, we unfortunately must dedicate this space of copy to something that most people really would rather not talk about at all. The rate of easily preventable sexually transmitted more
By WALTER D. CRADDOCK Rhode Islanders have long clamored for better service from the state agencies funded with their tax dollars. The Rhode Island Division of Motor Vehicles is no exception. This year the division began a series of steps to improve its more
By THOMAS GREENBERG Aram Garabedian wasn't expecting to get the call from the Rhode Island Secretary of State's Office in October - he hasn't been a politician in years - but was very happy to discover he was nominated as one of three individuals to more
By JOHN HOWELL -- Why? How could this happen? Is it possible that she only had a sore throat less than three weeks ago and now she is gone? There were more questions and few answers. more
By JOHN JOWELL -- Frank Picozzi hadn't shared the story about what drives him to spend a year working on his Christmas light display until he told his wife Kim this year. more
The Children's Democracy Project transformed a 747 into a museum piece - dubbed the Air Force One Project - which will allow up to 50 people at a time to get a unique look at how the president travels around the world. more
In an effort to prepare for a “once in a generation” investment in education and school infrastructure to repair and replace the state’s aging facilities, Governor Gina Raimondo and her … more
A truck carrying a 560,000-pound load that didn't gain proper permit approval before hitting the highway has finally moved out of R.I. following a lengthy process. more
I can't eat food anymore. Gone are the days of baked stuffed shrimp at Twin Oaks, a cheeseburger at The Thirsty Beaver or breakfast at Miss Cranston Diner. I now eat through a PICC line in my left upper arm. I live 24/7 in nausea and more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- Warwick School Committee members David Testa and Karen Bachus successfully carved out $155,000 from the FY18 Warwick Public Schools budget to save 1.5 elementary guidance counselor positions, out of the six total that were laid off. more
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