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More than 40 of the 73 state representatives present for the supplemental budget debate last week didn’t utter a single word during that discussion. Whether that’s a good way to approve … more
The residents and staff of Greenwich Farms at Warwick, a Benchmark assisted living and memory care community committed to keeping residents connected to the people and passions that matter most to them, thank the Scituate High more
My husband didn't say anything, but I knew what he was thinking: "e;Don't come home with another cat."e; As I drove down a short street off busy Jefferson Boulevard, I entered an industrial area between the Pawtuxet River and I-95. Just more
Rhode Island State Senator James C. Sheehan (D-North Kingstown) and a social studies teacher at Toll Gate High, who was first elected in 2000, does not plan to seek re-election this year. In a release, Sheehan explained that the driving force behind his more
Dedication, leadership and a strong sense of morality propelled Olivia Martinelli to be named the Boys & Girls Clubs of Warwick's Youth of the Year for the third consecutive year. Olivia attended the Oakland Beach branch since she was 8 years old. During more
While many of us feel we're only now coming out of a three-month lockdown, Ryan Roche has been across the state almost daily and well beyond since COVID-19 arrived in New England. His is not a job to be done with Zoom meetings or at a more
BOATING WHILE INTOXICATED At approximately 9:10 p.m. on June 4, Officer Justin Martin and other officers responded to Safe Harbor Marina at 1 Masthead Drive for a report of a boater possibly striking three other boats while bringing his vessel into the more
A community force Sam's Inn, with the tables and guests appropriately spaced, was the site for the 90th birthday party for Beverlee Sturdahl hosted by the St. Rita's Women's Club. Beverlee has long been active in Oakland Beach, serving as a member and more
Some of the city's youngest graduates held the spotlight last week at the Trudeau Center when 15 pre-school members of Crayons between the ages of four and five were cheered by their teachers and presented diplomas as well as gifts. Established in 1993, more
By JOHN HOWELL Joseph Harrington has lived on Main Avenue at the intersection of Inman Avenue for 30 years, and never has he witnessed so many close calls and accidents as he's seen ever since the traffic light at the intersection of Buttonwoods Avenue more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE Troubling COVID-19 trends in other states illustrate "e;how quickly our fortunes could change"e; in Rhode Island, Gov. Gina Raimondo said Wednesday, offering a "e;stern"e; reminder of the importance of continued social distancing and mask more
By LAURA WEICK A typical summer morning at T.F .Green Airport would be bustling with people departing for vacations or family visits, with tourists arriving for the summer in Rhode Island. But on the morning of Wednesday, June 24, the state's flagship more
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