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By JOHN HOWELL Since it opened in 1951, the hospital on Toll Gate has been known as Kent. But that's going to change as soon as this April as part of a rebranding of the state's second largest hospital, president and CEO Robert Haffey told the Rotary more
“Essentially everything will be open in some form or fashion," the governor said. "The only way that’s going to work is if we work even harder, all of us, to follow the rules.” 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
By JACOB MARROCCO Presidential campaign volunteers and representatives came out to the Rhode Island Democratic Party's headquarters at 200 Metro Center Blvd. Saturday to gather signatures in an effort to get their respective candidates on the April more
Editor’s note: The office of Mayor Joseph Solomon issued the following press release Wednesday afternoon in the wake of the latest guidance from Gov. Gina Raimondo and Rhode Island Department … more
Superintendent of Schools Philip Thornton on Tuesday night unveiled a $181.4 million budget for the upcoming fiscal year - representing an $11.9 million increase in spending - during a lives tream meeting with a viewership of about 50 more
Gov. Gina Raimondo on Monday laid out a broad, long-term plan for slowly reopening the state, announcing a four-phase plan to a “return to a new normal” as early as Monday, May 9. more
Faced with the prospect of declining revenues and higher costs because of the COVID-19 pandemic and a request for more school funding, Mayor Joseph S. Solomon disclosed Wednesday that he requested both municipal employees and police to more
There is “light at the end of the tunnel,” Gov. Gina Raimondo said during her daily briefing on the COVID-19 crisis – but the coming days be the most decisive yet in terms of how … more
By LAURA WEICK A City Council candidate not accepting campaign contributions from police officers has sparked debate across Warwick regarding the role of law enforcement and race. Zach Colon, a Democratic candidate for Warwick City Council in Ward Nine, more
A limited reopening of non-essential retail stores will begin if the current stay-at-home order is lifted on May 9, Gov. Gina Raimondo announced Monday, while plans are also in the works to allow … more
Kathy Nottell, 68, retired as a nurse from Kent Hospital five years ago. Now, with the state ready to open two field hospitals in preparation of a surge in coronavirus cases, she knows she can be of help. She could not watch idly as the more
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