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Frank D. Sanchez had a question for the audience Friday as he was inaugurated as the tenth president of Rhode Island College. “How will we pioneer the future?” And, of course, he had an … more
The House Committee on Corporations has recommended passage of legislation introduced by Rep. Patricia Serpa (D-Dist. 27, West Warwick, Coventry, Warwick) that would keep insurers from terminating residential or inpatient substance abuse treatment for more
By JOHN HOWELL David Hammarstrom and Stephanie Meunier both started working for MetLife on Quaker Lane more than 20 years ago, but it wasn't until Hammarstrom and Karen Roche took the mayor on a tour of building renovations last week that they met. That more
Presidential Scholar at Rocky Hill Hunter Gallant of South Kingstown, a graduating senior at Rocky Hill School, has been named candidate in the 2017 U.S. Presidential Scholars Program. Hunter was one of more than 4,000 selected candidates from nearly 3.5 more
By TESSA ROY Representatives Joseph McNamara, Evan Shanley, and David Bennett are speaking up after a reproductive rights bill they co-sponsored came under fire from pro-life leaders and activist groups. The Reproductive Health Care Act (H5343) was more
Spring was in the air yesterday. It was the kind of day that reflected the bittersweet feeling Gina Russo felt on the 14th observance of the Station nightclub fire where 100 concertgoers lost their lives in the eighth deadliest nightclub more
By JOHN HOWELL Low cost fares to Europe - as little at $65 one way - will be coming to Rhode Island in July and Iftikhar Ahmad, president and CEO of the Rhode Island Airport Corporation expects it will reverse lagging passenger traffic at Green Airport more
By JOHN HOWELL Take a popular television show, add an abundance of energy and mix in the opportunity of moving on to the regionals and even the nationals and you have the essence of the Ultimate Ninja Athlete Association qualifiers held Saturday at more
New England Institute of Technology (NEIT) has been granted general authority to offer master-level degree programs within the scope of its mission by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC) Inc., Commission on Institutions of Higher more
Mobilized Members of Troop 1 and Pack 1 Warwick mobilized to clear sidewalks on Tidewater Drive Saturday after a member of the troop came close to being hit by a motor vehicle while walking home from his school bus stop. Under the direction of more
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