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By ARDEN BASTIA Inspired by a Japanese tradition, Charlann Walker has set up a wind phone on the banks of the pond on Squantum Drive in the Governor Francis neighborhood. Walker was inspired to install the phone in her neighborhood "because there's just more
By JOHN HOWELL Even today, many years after it closed, the circular building at the west end of Airport Road on Post Road is still known as Carvel. Since then, it has had other lives as Ozzi's burgers and later as the drinking establishment The Office. more
By ARDEN BASTIA Representative Joseph J. Solomon Jr. and other advocates are championing legislation to erect protective barriers along the sides of three bridges in the state, as a deterrent for anyone contemplating taking their own life, however, the more
By ARDEN BASTIA The school day has gotten a whole lot sweeter for one sixth grade class at Warwick Veterans Middle School. In Patricia Bastia's project based learning (PBL) class, students are collecting sap to turn into maple syrup from trees in the more
    As February comes to a close here in Rhode Island, I want to make sure you've got the latest info on our COVID-19 response.   Make sure that you're signed up for … more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE After years of talks - and, at times, acrimony - the state's two largest health care systems have reached agreement on a merger. The new entity formed from the combination of Lifespan and Care New England would also bring Brown more
By JOHN HOWELL The fire at Les Chateaux apartments brought tenants together in a way they never imagined, but now it appears what they gained they won't be able to keep. As Shirley Jeffreys, Angela Bailey, Al and Arline Caldarone and Mary DerManoueilian more
By ARDEN BASTIA For Jody Cerullo, serving as the new Vice President of customer service and tech support at BankRI relates more to his background as a NASCAR driver than one would think. In 1998, Cerullo took two important steps in his life: first, more
By ARDEN BASTIA Like everyone and everything else during the pandemic, Warwick's Senior Services had to change the way they provide assistance. From working with a limited team during the Medicare Open Enrollment registration process to keeping in touch more
By ETHAN HARTLEY On Tuesday, March 2, Rhode Island will hold a special election that could potentially green-light $400 million in state bonding - borrowed money that is to be paid back over a period of time, with interest, similar to a mortgage. The more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE If you're 75 years of age or older, a new way to get vaccinated against COVID-19 is now available. And starting Monday, those 65 and older will be able to register for shots, too. In an expected announcement, the governor's office and more
A Valentine kiss? A Valentine's Day visitor to Conimicut Point Park was appreciative of Brutus' affectionate greeting although, just to be on the safe side, he kept his distance. Karen Villiancourt assured, however, he's a very lovable companion who more
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