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By DANIEL KITTREDGE Gov. Gina Raimondo defended her approach to the reopening of Rhode Island's schools on Wednesday, saying it is too early to "e;throw in the towel"e; on a return to classrooms and rejecting what she described as "e;misinformation"e; and more
By LAURA WEICXK Mayor Joseph Solomon unveiled Tuesday sweeping renovations to the Mickey Stevens Sports Complex, which would be its first modifications since opening more than 40 years ago. The complex at 975 Sandy Lane's improvements would include an more
"Promises made. Promises kept." That slogan has appeared on Democratic House Speaker Nick Mattiello's campaign mailers and materials in recent weeks as he seeks reelection to the District 15 seat he's held since 2007. Mattiello faces more
Mattiello faces a challenge from Republican Barbara Ann Fenton-Fung in what is certain to be one of Rhode Island's most closely watched contests. more
If you know a Rhode Island student who loves animals and is looking for a safe, fun educational opportunity this summer, they might be interested in some "e;Animal Talk."e; "e;Animal Talk"e; is an online course for K-12 students that introduces more
Reading through the reflections offered by Pilgrim High School's Top Ten graduates of 2020, a special insight can be taken into the hopes and struggles more
Bank Rhode Island (BankRI) board of directors recently promoted two longtime staff members to executive vice president positions, recognizing their contributions to the bank and commitment to its … more
Rebecca Bouley of Warwick, has been named a Mortgage Loan Originator at BayCoast Mortgage Company, LLC. With more than 23 years of experience in the mortgage banking and real estate industries, Bouley has a wealth of knowledge to more
The Rhode Island Blood Center (RIBC) is in urgent need of donations due to numerous factors caused by COVID-19. According to Kara LeBlanc, marketing and communications manager for the RIBC, fewer people have been able to donate blood more
For over 40 years Gwen Ginaitt has listened to the police and fire calls on her police radio scanner. While she's not an official member of the Warwick Police or Fire Departments, her father-in-law, Barney and husband, Frank served on more
The Narragansett Council Boy Scouts of America sent a hopeful message to the community with some sweet delights. What brings a smile to peoples faces more than s'mores, so that's what they gifted. With the help of Pranzi Catering the more
A nurse practitioner since 1990, Sharon Garber of Warwick has been on the front line battling the coronavirus often putting in a 10-hour shift and then following it up with an additional three hours as a volunteer at the RI Free more
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