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Earlier this year National Grid customers were confused and enraged after receiving what was perceived as a penalty for choosing another electric supplier. That has changed, and now at least one … more
IT CHANGED HER: Shayna Enos speaks at Monday’s …
Human papillomavirus (HPV) is the most common sexually transmitted infection, so common in fact that the majority of sexually active males and females is exposed to the virus at some point in their … more
TELLING HER STORY: Yari Auger, who home schools …
Linda McLaughlin and Joan Lowder have grandchildren who were classmates at Lippitt Elementary School. The two grandmothers are bothered by the state edict that their grandchildren wouldn’t be … more
PILING UP: Mattresses have been dumped next to …
They’re like mushrooms, popping up everywhere. Only, they’re discarded mattresses, and nobody wants to pick them up – even though, according to Rhode Island Resource Recovery, they’re 90 … more
BEFORE THE CAMERAS: Chief of Police Col. Michael …
The superintendent of the Rhode Island State Police has accused Mayor Allan Fung and his administration of “secretive interference” in the operations of the Cranston Police Department through a … more
The Rhode Island Antique Truck Club will hold the 13th annual antique truck show and fundraiser to benefit the Rhode Island Community Food Bank Sunday, Aug. 23, at the RIConn Historical Airfield. … more
New England Institute of Technology (NEIT) will hold its “Tech Nite” Open House at the East Greenwich Campus on Tuesday, Aug. 4 from 3-7 p.m.   Visitors should report to the East Greenwich … more
The Rhode Island Department of Transportation (RIDOT) has awarded a contract to resurface the entire length of Route 37 between Natick Avenue in Cranston and Post Road in Warwick. The project … more
Warwick has celebrated National Night Out (NNO), for more than 15 years and is the first Rhode Island city to do so. The tradition continues on Tuesday, Aug. 4. The event was created by the … more
On Sunday afternoon, Deepwater Wind installed the first of 5 steel foundations for the offshore wind turbines 3 miles off of Block Island. The Providence Journal reported that the 440-ton … more
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