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With the U.S. Senate’s passage of legislation that would delay dramatic increases in flood insurance for up to four years last Thursday, Senator Jack Reed is hopeful of the measure’s passage in … more
SPIRITED SOUPER BOWL: Students in the Leadership …
Last Friday students in Warwick Veterans Memorial High School’s Leadership Academy took part in the nationwide food drive campaign, the “Souper Bowl of Caring,” collecting close to 400 cans and … more
Weeks after the state’s minimum wage increased to $8 an hour, the issue of a further hike has become a hot topic on the campaign trail. After Democratic gubernatorial candidates Providence Mayor … more
Beginner beekeeping classes start in February through the Rhode Island Beekeepers Association. Classes will be held at the following times and locations: Rhode Island College – Friday … more
DRAWING IT UP: Cranston native and award-winning …
The Cranston Sports Collectors Show, which began in 1976 inside St. Joseph’s Hall at the Immaculate Conception Church in Cranston, will present its 38th anniversary edition this Saturday, Feb. 1 at … more
:STOP IN AND DONATE: Yinka Awodumila, an …
Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Ocean State (BBBSOS) is a name familiar to most Rhode Islanders. What may be less well known to many are the ways in which members of the community can support the … more
SENATOR’S LEGACY: From left, Clay Pell, his …
As Clay Pell formally announced his candidacy for the Democratic gubernatorial nomination on Tuesday, Johnston Mayor Joseph Polisena had a key role. “It was an honor to be there,” said the … more
LIFE OF A MAYOR: Johnston Mayor Joe Polisena …
Three mayors encountered lots of inquisitive young minds yesterday as they visited St. Kevin School in observance of Catholic School Week. The students wanted to know who had inspired them to … more
With frigid temperatures being the norm so far this year and no immediate change in sight, Kent Hospital is offering tips to prevent carbon monoxide poisoning by making sure any and all heating … more
In a press release last Thursday, the Attorney General’s office reported that it enjoined an out-of-state law firm from doing business in Rhode Island and ordered them to return $8,000 to a Rhode … more
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