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For the first time in its history, the Rhode Island Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in three cases using remote technology this week. The five justices and the attorneys who will argue will all be at separate locations. The onset of the COVID-19 more
By JOHN HOWELL Craig Callen played for the Providence College basketball team during the "e;lean years"e; just before coach Dave Gavitt groomed Marvin Barnes, Ernie DiGregorio, Kevin Stacom and the team that went on to reach for the stars. You can tell he's more
By JOHN HOWELL When 36 plastic pink flamingos showed off on their lawn Thursday morning, Lee Arnold figured it was another fundraising scheme that he was a part of. Indeed, Lee and his wife, Becky, had been "e;flocked,"e; and with a donation the birds would more
Warwick-based Thrive Behavioral Health, Inc. and Newport Mental Health have been awarded $8 million in federal grant funding from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration's (SAMHSA) Center for Mental Health Services Senators Jack more
Signs of appreciation Parishioners of St. Mark's Episcopal Church on west Shore Road expressed their support and appreciation of health care workers and residents of the neighboring West Shore Health Center with lots of clapping, some horn honking, and more
Amanda Scianna, who grew up in Knightsville, has lived in Pawtuxet Village for nearly four years. She enjoys the village's pace and character, and how welcoming it is to pedestrian traffic. "e;It's a nice neighborhood,"e; she said. more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE Editor's note: This story combines updates from the governor's daily briefings on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday of this week. Rhode Island's restaurants will be able to welcome patrons for limited outdoor dining starting May 18, Gov. more
STOLEN VEHICLE At approximately 12:15 p.m. on May 4, Officer David Boardman was conducting a routine patrol heading south on Post Road when he observed a vehicle in front of him cut across two lanes of traffic, nearly causing an accident. Boardman more
By PEDER SCHAEFER As tax revenues across the country drop due to the coronavirus pandemic, local officials are grappling with how to respond, but are being forced to wait until Congress decides on a possible stimulus package for state and local more
Editor's note: Last week a flap erupted o when a letter written by Jed Pineau, president of Warwick Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 7 and sent to "e;our community and our officers"e; was posted on Facebook. In the letter, Pineau questions the governor's more
Four local nonprofits on the frontlines of the COVID-19 crisis are among dozens of organizations getting grants from a special fund created by the Rhode Island Foundation and the United Way of Rhode Island. The COVID-19 Response Fund awarded $1.4 million more
By ALEX SPONSELLER Oakland Beach resident Joe Sullivan, nicknamed "e;Aloha Joe,"e; for his wide array of Hawaiian shirts, will be holding his own, personal marathon on May 18 right in his own neighborhood. Sullivan has been running marathons for the past more
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