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When the agency renowned for long waits tells you not to stop in during the month of July, it's a good idea to listen. That's just what the Department of Motor Vehicles did last week when it announced it would launch a long overdue new computer system on more
In a world where we continue to be divided and split down ideological lines at a severity unseen since perhaps the '60s, we must take time to appreciate when we find common ground with those we don't often see eye to eye with. It is a cause that, even more
Here's hoping you battened down the hatches when you had the chance. Hurricane Jose may not be bringing destructive force to Rhode Island as was seen in Texas with Harvey or in Florida with Irma, but the great outdoors will certainly be no place to be in more
The worst storms around these parts seem to be the ones that receive little to no attention beforehand. While in no way is this piece intended to make light of the dire situations seen in Puerto Rico, Houston, Florida or any of the dozens of island more
For those who bought their homes during the market boom of the early 2000s, today's single-family home prices and hot market must be a wish come true. Those homeowners weathered the storm of the Great Recession with many of them making payments on more
The positive energy seemed to electrify the air at Tuesday night's open house for the new Boys & Girls Club of Warwick at the former Lloyd Cooper Army Reserve Headquarters building on Sandy Lane. What was once an empty shell with a degrading exterior and more
No matter what you're paying for, a 550 percent price hike sounds outlandish. Using that statistic alone, one would imagine taxpayers would be marching on City Hall after receiving their quarterly sewer utility bill and learning the renewal and more
There is something disheartening about looking over the reaction to the rollout of the Rhode Island Promise scholarship program and seeing a significant amount of kneejerk, negative feedback. Perhaps that's just human nature. There are nearly twice as more
Organic” best describes the development that has taken place since the state secured the future of the former Rocky Point amusement park from private ownership and opened it to public use. State … more
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