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A new rapid Covid-19 testing site opened for asymptomatic Rhode Islanders Wednesday at the Shops at Greenwood, Suite 15 and 17, near the Rhode Island Blood Center on Greenwich Avenue.  An … more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE Rhode Island is "e;doing well"e; in its distribution of COVID-19 vaccinations despite the challenges posed by a limited supply coming from the federal level, Department of Health Director Dr. Nicole Alexander-Scott told members of the more
When U.S. Rep. David Cicilline's political obituary was being written in 2012, did anyone think he would be at the center of an effort to impeach an embattled president almost a decade later? That sharp contrast reflects a political journey with some more
By ARDEN BASTIA From questioning the hypocritical nature of President Biden's Catholic beliefs to finding unity in a tumultuous time, three former mayors and a priest shared their opinions following the inauguration of the 46th President Wednesday. more
By JOHN HOWELL Bradford Connor was on the job Monday, and by Tuesday, even before officially being sworn in as Warwick Chief of Police, he was meeting with Mayor Frank Picozzi. Slowing down Warwick traffic is on the mayor's agenda. Picozzi has heard the more
By JOHN HOWELL Three attributes were critical to the selection of 46 acres of farmland as the proposed site of a gigantic e-commerce distribution warehouse, says Kelly Coates, president of Carpionato Properties, owner of the land off Commerce Drive. more
Doug James tosses the ball over the net. Fiona Galligan has an eye on it. She swings and whacks the ball, moving her body forward. The ball hits Doug in the chest. Fiona shrieks with delight. Doug feigns surprise. Fiona, age 5, wants to try it again, but more
By ALEX SPONSELLER After years of being rivals, the Pilgrim and Toll Gate boys hockey teams will join forces and create the district's third sports co-op for this upcoming winter season. The boys hockey co-op will join the already-established girls more
By ARDEN BASITA Following a tumulus meeting during which Judith Cobden was elected chair of the Warwick School Committee, an online petition has been mounted calling on both Cobden and the woman she succeeds, Karen Bachus, to resign. Concurrently, with more
By JOHN HOWELL If it goes as smoothly as it did last Thursday morning for Technical Sgt. Deirdre Salvas, when the vaccine becomes available for the general public, getting vaccinated should take less than a half hour with most of that time a 15-minute more
This is Dr. Nicole Alexander-Scott, Director of the Rhode Island Department of Health. I'm reaching out to provide an update on the state of our COVID-19 vaccine distribution.   Right … more
By ARDEN BASITA What opened in the late 1800s, as the Conimicut Grammar School is now the Elizabeth Buffum Chace Center. The center has taken on a new role in serving the community: It's become a home from which people can build their lives for the more
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