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Standing behind a giant "Joe Trillo for Governor" sign, the former Republican State Representative and honorary chair of the Rhode Island for Trump campaign got the loudest cheer Tuesday night when … more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Increased police awareness in the form of about 100 directed patrols and numerous covert operations since June 5 has revealed no significant criminal activity at Salter Grove, hopefully easing concerns from neighbors of the area who felt more
Attorney General Peter F. Kilmartin joined a coalition of 17 Attorneys General in forcefully opposing the Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act of 2017, arguing that the ill-conceived legislation would override local public safety decisions and endanger more
Tolman High School, Class of 1967, will hold a 50th reunion dinner June 10 at Al’s Waterfront, 28 Water St., East Providence. Cocktail hour is 5 p.m., class pictures 6:30, dinner and dancing 7. … more
The Rhode Island Division of State Fire Marshal is urging those planning to use fireworks to celebrate the Fourth of July to do so carefully. “Fireworks can be fun, but they’re also … more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- On Aug. 31, Build the Banner will congregate outside the Rhode Island State House from 6 to 9 p.m. for their first ever Overdose Awareness Day and Remembrance Vigil. more
FIRST DAY OF K: Melissa DiRocco snaps a picture of her daughter, Natalia, as she's about to start her first day of kindergarten at Randall Holden School. The school is one of two slated to close next year with the consolidation of elementary schools. more
HAND HIM A MAP: Incoming freshmen at Pilgrim like Devyn Tabor found help was as close as the front office where they could check on their schedule and pick up a school map. Assisting Devyn is Pat Fratus. SENIOR GUIDES: Abigail Nurse and Mary Comtois were more
From one chief to another Retired Providence Fire Chief George Farrell, chairman of the Rhode Island Fire Chiefs Honor Flight Hub, honored Jack Thomas with a citation Saturday prior to the Honor Flight departure to Washington, DC. Thomas, who was a more
By JOHN HOWELL The Ocean State Theatre Co. Inc. has closed as tenants of the former garage converted into a theatre on Jefferson Boulevard, but reports say it wouldn't remain dormant. According to reliable sources, Bill Hanney plans to reopen the theatre more
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