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A truck carrying a 560,000-pound load that didn't gain proper permit approval before hitting the highway has finally moved out of R.I. following a lengthy process. more
At BankNewport Christine S. Hayes has been appointed vice president, Premier Banking Relationship Manager at BankNewport. She will be responsible for acquiring top customer prospects within the bank's existing and emerging markets, focusing on high touch more
By JOSH FAIOLA It sometimes pays to make things free. A week after launching free train service from Wickford and Warwick to Providence as a means of building transit awareness, the average daily ridership rose almost 30 percent, going from 240 riders more
By JOHN HOWELL Here's the scenario. The air conditioning in one of Warwick's taller office buildings fails. The service company is called and sends over a crew to work on the rooftop unit. This seems like an ordinary call. This is an older unit and has more
What a way to start a new year A supporter of academic excellence and achievement, AT&T stepped forward in June with a $6,000 donation to help underwrite the 2018 Rhode Island Academic Decathlon. This will be the 35th anniversary of the competition that more
By ETHAN HARTLEY The sun beamed down on a seemingly endless swath of blueberry bushes, with dozens of foragers, young and old, peacefully patrolling for a fresh taste of summer in Rhode Island. Monday was the first day of the blueberry picking season at more
Quite a haul Tackle Box owner Tom Giddings recently announced the winner of his new location's raffle. Giddings branched out to the Oakland Beach area at 42 Bay Ave. this past Memorial Day weekend. The recipient of a $50 bait certificate and a seven-foot more
By MARY GRADY and JOHN HOWELL An almost equal number of protesters and members of the public showed up for the Saturday open house of the recently renovated Margaret M. Jacoby Observatory at the Knight Campus of Community College of Rhode Island. About more
College Crusade of Rhode Island's summer learning season starts this month, offering many local youth the opportunity to have fun and acquire new skills while school is out. The College Crusade provides ongoing college readiness and success programs and more
By JOSH FAIOLA Entering her senior year at Pilgrim High School, Sophie Carter has been called a mature self-starter and one of the standouts at the school. Later this month she may meet President Trump. Carter is going into her fourth term as class more
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