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It was windy and the first of Hurricane Sandy’s sprinkles filled the air, but that couldn’t stop ghosts, goblins and yes, a few angels, from gathering Sunday afternoon for the traditional … more
By JOHN HOWELL Where's there's smoke, there's fire. Fortunately, there wasn't any smoke at Norwood and Holliman Schools last week, but there was a lot of heat and fiery rebukes over how the school administration downplayed the failure of the fire alarm more
Trees by the truckload [Photo gallery]
The Christmas season is here and so are the trees fresh from Maine. This delivery from Bangor arrived early Friday morning to the stand that has been operating for the past 28 years from the … more
DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE On November 12 just after 11 p.m., Officer Ali Jaafar reported to Royal Avenue for a call of a driver possibly operating their vehicle while intoxicated, as well as a hit and run motor vehicle accident. While proceeding to the more
By JEN COWART On Jan. 28 President Donald Trump signed an executive order banning immigration into America from seven Muslim countries, including those with green cards and visas, those already living and working in the United States and those already more
By JOHN HOWELL Pizza isn't on the regular menu at the Greenwood Inn in Warwick. But when pizza is a staple at Congressman Jim Langevin's luncheons and more than 80 people show up, the chef makes pizza. A good deal more than pizza was served up Saturday more
After declaring in her State of the State address that she aims to “rebuild and reinvent” the manufacturing industry, Gov. Gina Raimondo took a step toward keeping her promise on Thursday. She … more
By TESSA ROY Rhode Island leaders and electors conveyed an air of vigilance on Monday as Secretary of State Nellie M. Gorbea convened the Electoral College to cast their votes for President and Vice President of the United States. This was clearly one" more
By MERI KENNEDY The day after the presidential election, a Facebook post by a woman in Hawaii calling for women to unite in solidarity for human rights created a groundswell of support from people across the country, including women throughout Rhode more
By OLIVIA PERREAULT Amongst the regular hustle and bustle of the Warwick Mall this Saturday, children of all ages were huddled together listening to guest speakers read some of their favorite books. The National Education Association Rhode Island more
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