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A day for the beach [Photo gallery]
Dozens of people packed their blankets and picnic lunches and headed to Oakland Beach to beat the heat. Three lifeguards watched over beachgoers clad in bright bikinis and board shorts. Though some … more
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
After years of setting empty, what was once a shopping destination for Rhode Islanders - the Midland Mall, to later become the Rhode Island Mall - has a tenant. On Friday, Mayor Scott Avedisian cut the ribbon to officially open Burlington 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
An estimated 600 people turned out Sunday for the 15th annual ALS Association Rhode Island Chapter walk at Confreda Sports Complex. The event was second only in turnout to 2014, the year of the Ice Bucket Challenge" when that" more
Rhode Island has lost a true voice for the voiceless. Henry Shelton, a storied activist in the fights against poverty and for social justice, died last week at his home in Cranston's Edgewood section. He was 86. Born into a working-class Central Falls more
Jack Thomas looked like a kid who planned to play a practical joke on his friends. He grinned, his eyes flashed, and he lowered his voice so as not to let anyone else hear what he was about to … more
Dakota is a 7-year-old male Siberian husky … more
Gov. Gina Raimondo, Rhode Island's first female governor, will kick off the state's 23rd annual American Cancer Society Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walk Sunday, Oct. 16 at Kennedy Plaza in downtown Providence. The walk will unite the community more
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