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When it comes to cutting the car tax and sending students to college with two years of free tuition, Governor Gina Raimondo’s Deputy Chief of Staff Kevin Gallagher thinks Rhode Island can walk and … more
Sandy’s fury [Photo gallery]
Acting Director of Public Works David Picozzi not only found wind-driven waves crashing over the walkway at Rocky Point during Hurricane Sandy, but also several people who wanted to take in the … more
By JOHN HOWELL Steven Frias has more state name recognition now than he ever had in his campaign for Representative District 15, the seat held by House Speaker Nicholas Mattiello, though it doesn't make him think he should run for the district again nor more
And cleanup after [Photo gallery]
This weekend Bishop Hendricken’s Summer Stage presents the Broadway musical “Legally Blonde,” featuring high school performers from throughout the state. The musical is based on the movie of … more
Steven O'Donnell left no doubt that the next superintendent of Rhode Island State Police should come from within the ranks in an interview following a presentation to a joint meeting of the Warwick and East Greenwich Rotary Clubs Thursday. more
In an effort to help college bound Rhode Islanders access much-needed financial aid, U.S. Senator Jack Reed is urging high school seniors and their families to get started filling out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), now - three more
An ambitious wall-climbing robot that worked perfectly in front of the judges during a design review session was key to the Bright Blue Builders' success at the FIRST LEGO League qualifying tournament at The Gordon School in East more
Undercover kindness [Photo gallery]
The Executives Association of Rhode Island presented donations and clothing for the second year to Project Undercover, a non-profit organization supporting children living in poverty in the Ocean … more
Lt. Governor Daniel J. McKee and Brigadier General Christopher P. Callahan joined more than 100 volunteers at the Rhode Island National Guard Armory in Warwick on Sunday to wrap up Operation Holiday Cheer, a weekend-long event that sends care packages to more
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