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“There is going to be this week a lot of activity in Rhode Island that we haven’t seen in months … There’s a lot to look forward to. And we’ve had a very good weekend," the governor said. more
The governor said the pandemic has newly illuminated the “real human cost” of “institutional inequality” in Rhode Island and elsewhere across the country. more
Joseph Polisena Jr., vice president of the Johnston Town Council, talks about how the COVID-19 crisis continues to play out at the town and state levels, his political future, and being a sports fan during the pandemic. more
“It’s very much still a crisis in nursing homes,” Gov. Raimondo said. “I hope that will be able to change in Phase 3 (starting July 1).” more
Beginning Monday, when Rhode Island transitions to Phase 2 of its economic reboot, residents will be able to dine indoors, cut and color their hair, get a new coat of nail polish for the first time in months and visit a spa to shake off all their COVID-19 stresses. more
The Rhode Island Airport Corporation (RIAC) is reminding arriving and departing passengers at T.F. Green Airport of the need to comply with state executive orders to wear face coverings in public settings, and of Governor Raimondo's continued more
By PEDER S. SCHAEFER Mayor Joe Solomon presented a budget to the City Council Tuesday night that sought to do "e;more with less"e; by laying off city employees and cutting department budgets rather than raising property taxes for local residents. Members of more
By JOHN HOWELL Lara D'Antuono is excited about the "e;new model"e; of childcare that will debut June 1 with the reopening of the Warwick Boys & Girls Clubs. Because of restrictions designed to prevent the transmission of COVID-19, clubhouses in Oakland more
By JOHN HOWELL With state unemployment at a record level - 17 percent, the Department of Labor and Training reported last Thursday - it would seem logical that staffing agencies would have a backlog of people looking for employment. But things are upside more
In response to those becoming restless about the resumption of youth sports, she promised that youth sports will return this summer — although they will likely be different than what participants are accustomed to. more
By ALEX SPONSELLER As the world continues to learn more about COVID-19 and its effect on humans, there have also been questions as to how it affects animals and house pets. Based on lab work as well as field studies, veterinarians have gathered more
Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Rhode Island is streaming virtual fitness classes every weekday at 10 a.m. as a way to meet Rhode Islanders where they are during the COVID-19 pandemic. The classes, which are typically offered only to BCBSRI members at Your more
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