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The United Nurses and Allied Professionals (UNAP) filed unfair labor practice charges with the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) against Rhode Island Hospital last week for implementing unilateral changes to a number of workplace conditions that are more
By THOMAS GREENBERG Tucked away behind the Kent County YMCA, off of Centerville Road, is Camp OK-WA-NESSETT, where children as young as three years old and up to 14 can spend nine weeks of their summer playing in the splash zone, canoeing in an on-campus more
By TIM FORSBERG It's been 882 days since Citizens Bank publicly announced that they were building a $285 million campus off Greenville Avenue in Johnston, and since that time the company has moved mountains to complete the project. At a ribbon cutting more
Toll Gate High School will be conducting their New Student Orientation on Wednesday, August 29 at 6 p.m. in the Robert J. Shapiro Cultural Center. The orientation will include a brief presentation by school administration, a discussion of Graduation by more
By MARGARET TAYLOR Jason Mazzarone's company recently sold out of Long Island franchises. Now Mazzarone is ready to introduce acai bowls to Rhode Island. Mazzarone is the CEO of SoBol, a health food chain that specializes in acai bowls, a smoothie more
Rhode Island's health insurance marketplace, HealthSource RI (HSRI) and the Executive Office of Health and Human Services (EOHHS) are working together to survey Rhode Island residents about their health insurance and health care usage. The state is more
By ETHAN HARTLEY The Rhode Island Department of Education (RIDE) is putting their money where their mouth is when talking about how to improve professional development programming for educators in the state. RIDE awarded two $15,000 micro grants" on" more
By KELLSIE KING A local teen is on his way to becoming an Eagle Scout. Devin Corbin, 17, of Warwick, recently completed a project that will help benefit American Legion, William Shields Post 43 in Conimicut. The project is a new flag retirement pit for more
Newest firefighter According to the Warwick Fire Department, when Toys R Us closed its store on East Avenue the company inquired of the Lego Group what they should do with the life-size Lego firefighter they had on display that required 170 hours and more
By MARCUS PREZIOSO Children at the Warwick Public Library welcomed a special visitor of the canine kind Wednesday morning. Schmitty, a Yorkshire terrier weighing four pounds, captivated them. Schmitty The Weather Dog and her two human friends, Elly more
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