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Once again, Rhode Island is among the leading states in the nation when it comes to energy efficiency. The American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE) released its 2017 State Energy Efficiency Scorecard today and Rhode Island moved up to more
A credit to the crown [Photo gallery]
Pictured here, Warwick resident Gary Remillard gets to meet Mrs. Rhode Island Anita Seraichyk of Coventry. Seraichyk, a mother of four who works in network operations for Verizon Communications, … more
Not a happy tune Jody Ryan, who handles accounting at the Rhode Island Mentor, carefully parked her Mercedes at the back end of the Mentor parking lot alongside Music Lane Monday morning, away from other cars and presumably safe from being scratched. more
Making it friendly Central school registration offices formerly located in the school administration on Warwick Avenue have a new home along with other school staff members in the former Gorton Junior High School on Draper Avenue. Access is from the back more
By PETE FONTAINE -- QUESTION: What kind of a cookout serves 1,600 hamburgers and as many hot dogs, pound-upon-pound of potato salad, unlimited watermelon, lemonade and 5,000 gifts? ANSWER: It's the Association of Rhode Island Elks annual 365 Outing. more
No question who's coming Eliminating any question as to what company will occupy the former Webster Bank branch at the intersection of Warwick and Church Avenues, Chris Ramm and John Garneau of Dion Sign installed signs last week that Navigant Credit more
Dakota is a 7-year-old male Siberian husky … more
The Rhode Island Public Expenditure Council is seeking nominees for its 42nd annual public service awards to be presented at the organization's annual meeting Oct. 16. Two awards will be presented: the Robert M. Goodrich distinguished public service more
By JOHN HOWELL Last week's news that the bond rating of state's second largest hospital group, Care New England, had been downgraded because of mounting losses hasn't thrown a wrench into CNE's intent to be acquired by HealthCare Partners of Boston, or more
Cardboard regatta As has become the tradition over at least the past eight years, Rocky Hill School fifth graders put their boat building skills to the test using cardboard and a roll of duct tape. Over the years with the younger students keeping an eye more
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