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By JOHN HOWELL By this time construction was supposed to have started on the third and final phase of Gov. Francis Farm sewers. Design of the project that will give 270-property owners access to sewers is complete and C.B. Utility, low bidder at $4.99 more
The carrot crew St. Gregory the Great Church hall and offices were humming with activity Monday evening as volunteers filled 150 food baskets that were distributed the following morning to needy families that registered for assistance through the more
Rhode Islanders who were deceived into sending payments to scammers using Western Union's wire transfer service may now apply for compensation from a $586 million fund administered by the Department of Justice's Victim Asset Recovery Program, Attorney more
The Rhode Island Department of Revenue's Division of Taxation will begin accepting amnesty-related paperwork and payments on Dec. 1. Amnesty is almost here. We want to remind taxpayers and tax professionals that they can use our special amnesty website" more
Holidays are a time for families to rejoice in laughter and reflect on happy memories. The mix of holiday festivities and dementia, however, make for an interesting brew. For families coping with Alzheimer's, the holidays can be bittersweet times, filled more
Academic safari Teams that will be competing in the 2018 Rhode Island Academic Decathlon on March 18 at the Knight Campus of the Rhode Island Community College got the flavor of Africa in more than one experience Saturday when they visited Roger Williams more
By THOMAS GREENBERG The Gaspee Days Committee will soon sell license plates commemorating the burning of the Gaspee after Governor Gina Raimondo signed the Gaspee Days License Bill into effect on Monday. Warwick historian and member emeritus of the more
Governor Gina M. Raimondo has invited Rhode Islanders to attend the annual State House Christmas Tree Lighting celebration. This year's celebration will be on Thursday, November 30 starting at 5:30 p.m. Governor Raimondo, First Gentleman Andy Moffit and more
By JOHN HOWELL -- The teacher contracts approved by the School Committee and yet to be ratified by the union membership would require an additional $12.6 million in local funding over the next three years. more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- A triage of issues concerning food security in Rhode Island drew state officials to the Rhode Island Community Food Bank on Monday afternoon to discuss the situation. more
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