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A QUIET PASSION* * *(Life of Emily Dickinson) While I studied Emily Dickinson’s poetry in my college American literature classes, all I remember is that much of her work was dark and … more
Organic” best describes the development that has taken place since the state secured the future of the former Rocky Point amusement park from private ownership and opened it to public use. State … more
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
THE LOVERS* * ½ (Middle age affairs)“The Lovers” starts off with an interesting premise: a middle-aged couple, married a long time with a son that has left the nest, each have … more
By JOSH FAIOLA It sometimes pays to make things free. A week after launching free train service from Wickford and Warwick to Providence as a means of building transit awareness, the average daily ridership rose almost 30 percent, going from 240 riders 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
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
To the Editor: On August 17 the Providence Journal reported that the Office of the Health Insurance Commissioner (OHIC) approved rate increases for the health insurance companies in the state of Rhode Island. A more in depth article regarding this topic more
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