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By JOHN HOWELL Frank Picozzi, a former School Committee chair and a man who has an active following on Facebook and social media, announced this week he is running as an independent for mayor. He has launched his bid for the city's highest elective more
We owe it to our children that there should be no disruption to their learning next year … The vision and the goal is nearly every kid, in school, in person, Aug. 31," the governor said. more
Raimondo said the aim of the effort is “to get a feel for the prevalence of the disease in those industries.” And by targeted testing, the state can catch any potential outbreak “early enough so we can put a lid on the spread.” more
Warwick community advocate and former School Committee Chairman will run as Independent candidate for Mayor in 2020... more
Retired Warwick Police Chief Col. Stephen McCartney discusses his career in law enforcement and his views of the issues and challenges facing local departments. more
Raimondo extended the state of emergency until July 5, reasoning that it would allow her administration the flexibility they need to swiftly respond to the continuing crisis and keep federal resources accessible. more
"We need to invest in our health care system, particularly for the most vulnerable among us, and in a way that is fair and equal and equitable across the board," she said. more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE Rhode Island embarked on the second phase of its reopening plan Monday, and Gov. Raimondo says the latest state-level data on the COVID-19 crisis should inspire "e;confidence"e; as some level of activity resumes across virtually all more
“There is going to be this week a lot of activity in Rhode Island that we haven’t seen in months … There’s a lot to look forward to. And we’ve had a very good weekend," the governor said. 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
Joseph Polisena Jr., vice president of the Johnston Town Council, talks about how the COVID-19 crisis continues to play out at the town and state levels, his political future, and being a sports fan during the pandemic. more
“It’s very much still a crisis in nursing homes,” Gov. Raimondo said. “I hope that will be able to change in Phase 3 (starting July 1).” more
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