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A new law sponsored by Sen. Dawn Euer and Rep. Joseph M. McNamara will protect student loan borrowers and establish oversight of student loan servicers operating in Rhode Island. The legislation, which was backed by General Treasurer Seth Magaziner and more
A day for purple The William Shields Post in Conimicut hosted a blood drive Wednesday in memory of Gianna Cirella, the Toll Gate student who died of sepsis on Nov. 1, 2017. Gianna's girls soccer teammates - wearing Gianna's favorite color purple - turned more
Gasoline prices in Rhode Island are down one cent this week, according to AAA Northeast. AAA's July 29 survey of prices in Rhode Island finds self-serve, regular unleaded averaging $2.73 per gallon. Rhode Island's price is the same as the national more
The Rhode Island Airport Corporation (RIAC) has announced William Greenwood of Keene, N.H. has been selected as the fire chief of the T.F. Green Airport Fire Department. Greenwood's extensive background includes 26 years of firefighting experience more
Despite a nationwide recall issued in 2015, some 15.4 million vehicles in the United States are still equipped with Takata air bags that pose a potentially deadly risk to drivers and passengers according to AAA Northeast. The recall involves 19 different more
By TONIE LOPEZ Marie George has experienced the advances of technology and now she is turning to a URI student, 75 years younger than she, to take full advantage of her laptop. At 95 years old, Marie is learning how to Skype as part of a program - Cyber more
As summer enters its final weeks, food pantries across the state are preparing for the high demand they experience during September. In an effort to help emergency food programs re-stock their shelves, Bank Rhode Island (BankRI) branches statewide will more
Westbay Community Action was recently recognized with a Superior Worksite Health Award from Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Rhode Island (BCBSRI) and the Greater Providence Chamber of Commerce (the Chamber) for effective programs encouraging employee health more
By JOHN HOWELL It's not over yet, and it may be years before a 630-unit self-storage facility at Pond Plaza in Norwood is either built or shelved for good. On Wednesday, after 18 hours of testimony at three meetings, the Zoning Board of Review granted more
Splashing into a heat wave Yes, it was in the 90s, and yes, the heat index made it seem even hotter unless you were a member of the Building Blocks Child Care Center based at Warwick Central Baptist Church. The center that provides year round care for more
By ETHAN HARTLEY It took almost seven months to get here, but the financial audit for the city of Warwick's fiscal year that ended June 30, 2018 is finally out - and among many highlights garnered during a cursory read through its 194 pages, the report more
SWIMMER DIES Police have identified a man who went missing while swimming off Conimicut Point on Saturday and was pronounced deceased after being pulled from the water by rescuers. Joseph Gillespie, 57, of Auburn, Massachusetts, was taken to Kent more
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