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Raimondo’s warning came after several states in the region, including Massachusetts, Connecticut, New York and New Jersey, imposed new travel restrictions on Rhode Islanders. more
DUI At approximately 1:20 a.m. on July 19, Officer Oliver Pinheiro was conducting a routine patrol heading southbound on Bald Hill Road when he observed a 1999 GMC Yukon traveling south. The officer clocked the vehicle at 46 mph in a 35 mph zone. He also more
When COVID shut down the state in March, Justin and Cierra lit a candle. They weren't laid off like thousands of people. In fact, Cierra, who worked as a lab technician at Kent Hospital, was busier than ever. And Justin stayed on with his more
During this time of the COVID-19 pandemic, communities are being asked to reduce close contact between people.  This is called social distancing and it’s a vital strategy to slow the … more
With fewer than 100 days left until the November 3 election, local and national forces converged this week. That was evident in how the Republican National Committee joined the RI GOP in opposing the suspension of witness/notary requirements for voting more
Thrive Behavioral Health recently welcomed Linda Ann Morales as its new Human Resources Director. She brings over 25 years of human resources and occupational health and safety expertise and has worked in the nonprofit sector for seven years. Linda Ann more
With seats in the shade, Monica Vacca and Anna Maria Vacca enjoyed some time together as they ate frozen yogurt at Dear Hearts Ice Cream in Pawtuxet Village on Sunday afternoon. (Herald photo) more
Even in this heat wave with temperatures reaching 100, Matt Tremblay makes the rounds twice a day to water the floral displays that brighten Conimicut Village. Matt wheels a 20-gallon tank to water 15 hanging and 15 ground more
Bishop Hendricken High School’s 60th graduating class is one that has shown resilience in a time of uncertainty. “This class is not only historic for graduating during a pandemic, but … more
Wayne Cabral of the Warwick Wildlife and Conservation Commission braved the heat to install Tree Identification signs at Belmont Park on July 26.  The signs were … more
Living in one of the oldest Pawtuxet homes on the Cranston side of the river - it was built in 1740 - Lynn McCarthy is literally a stone's throw away from the village throb and the cool bay breezes. In the heat of Sunday afternoon, she rolled more
The Prout School's new music director is using his background in music and mathematics to navigate arts education in a COVID-19 world. Ryan Cox has taught math at Prout for two years, but also started the school's a capella group and more
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