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Rep. David A. Bennett, chairman of the House Environment and Natural Resources Committee, has introduced legislation that would ban Rhode Island food service establishments from using disposable polystyrene foam containers and plastic stirrers. The more
Digging out On Wednesday, Mayor Joseph J. Solomon stopped by the Oakland Beach boat ramp, where Department of Public Works crews were clearing sand and other debris in anticipation of Memorial Day weekend and the unofficial start of summer. The ramp is a more
It was unseasonably cool for a mid-July day in New England. It was in the 50s and raining. I had the heat on low to get rid of the chill and dampness for my 350-mile drive to northern Maine. A travel … more
By JOHN HOWELL The outdoors can bring people together, build friendships and heal wounds. That was obvious on a recent rainy weekend - when is not rainy? - when a group of area fly fishermen connected with the nonprofit Beyond the Battle to introduce more
Commissioned On Wednesday, May 15 Henry Cascella, a 2015 graduate of Pilgrim, was commissioned into the U.S. Army as a 2nd Lieutenant. The son of Richard and Donna Cascella, Henry will attend Flight School at Ft. Rucker, Alabama in the fall. He graduated more
Teenagers just caught a break this summer, in the form of free workouts. Planet Fitness, for all of their 1,806 locations in the U.S., Mexico, and Canada, is offering free summer membership to teens … more
By JOHN HOWELL When Herb Cummings went to work for Citizens Bank in 1969 it had a single office in Providence and $300 million in assets. It also faced five major competitors: Industrial Bank, Hospital Trust, Old Stone, Old Colony and Peoples. Cummings more
The following students have earned third quarter honors at Pilgrim High School. GRADE 9 HIGH HONORS: Azael Alvarez, Jaylin Baker, Noah David Battista, Janelle Marie Bianchi, Justin Michael Bianchi, Anthony Blade, Julia L. Bock, Laura A. Bocompani, Gian more
By JOHN HOWELL Those behind the latest service to be announced at T.F. Green - flights to Nantucket Island beginning next month - see the airport as an attractive alternative to passengers who would otherwise have to put up with the hassle of Boston or more
By JOHN HOWELL The designation for T.F. Green Airport is PVD, or Providence, which has been a bone of contention for Warwick officials for decades. That's not going to change, although with Sun Country Airlines' announcement Tuesday, the airport will more
FARE EVASION On May 12 at 12:21 a.m., Officer Damian J. Andrews responded to the Wendy's location at 650 Bald Hill Road for a report of evasion of payment for services from a taxi. At the scene, Andrews made contact with the taxi driver, who indicated he more
On Monday, May 20, at approximately 10:30 p.m., the Warwick Police Department responded to Seasons Corner Market, 2128 Elmwood Ave., for an auto theft in progress. A 1997 Toyota Corolla had been stolen from the gas pump area while left unattended, with more
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