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By ETHAN HARTLEY Could Amtrak trains along the Northeast Corridor (NEC) eventually stop at T.F. Green station on their way to New York and Washington D.C.? Perhaps, but a recent joint report from the Rhode Island Department of Transportation (RIDOT), more
A sunset walk at Barrington's scenic Nockum Hill in the Douglas Rayner Wildlife refuge on August 11 will officially kick off the 2017 Land Trust Days, special outdoor events to be held across Rhode Island until October 1. Land Trust Days' activities more
Heidi is a gorgeous Calico girl was found as a stray and unfortunately was never reclaimed. She is eight years old but so full of life and she is hoping to spend her life in a loving home soon. more
By JOHN HOWELL -- Seventeen years ago Dr. Michael Dacey came home to work where his father, also Michael, was the director of human relations at Kent Hospital. By late next month, he will be gone. more
Beaming it up The 125-room Hyatt Place Hotel being built by Michael D'Ambra on the former site of his construction company offices of Jefferson Boulevard is taking shape. Elevator and stair towers were the first to go up and now the steel superstructure more
WellOne Primary Medical and Dental Care, the oldest nonprofit community health center in Rhode Island, presented Robert Donovan, Executive Director of the Rhode Island Health and Educational Building Corporation, The June Rockwell Levy Annual Public more
Blu's eyes are also a golden color that shine with excitement. He is a young boy (just over a year old), who is high-energy, loves to run, go for walks on the leash, is super smart and can occupy himself for a long time with a bucket of toys. more
Single file Motorists are hopeful navigating the center of Apponaug village will improve once the roundabout at the four corners and the re-pavement of Post Road are completed. They would be right. But, as a spokesman for the Department of Transportation more
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
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
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