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Gov. Raimondo and Lt. Gov. Daniel McKee agree small businesses are going to need more help to weather the impact of COVID-19 on the economy. But does the state use $125 million in CARES Act funds to assist 10,000 small businesses with more
City Councilman Anthony Sinapi will face a two-time candidate for state representative for the Ward 8 position on City Council. Sinapi and Dan Elliott are running as Democrats, and are the only two candidates in Ward 8. Voters will elect more
By JOHN HOWELL The city has won a reaffirmation of its financial stability and Mayor Joseph J. Solomon gained an important endorsement of his administration in his bid for reelection with the S&P Global Ratings assignment of an "e;AA"e; long-term rating for more
By JOHN HOWELL It is hard to imagine that in a little more than a month, kids will be walking the corridors and teachers will be standing in front of classrooms, albeit not as full as they were last year. (Guidelines are for classes to be at 50 percent more
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
By LAURA WEICK Legislation requiring nursing homes to provide residents a minimum of 4.1 hours of direct care daily has prompted claims it would put the facilities out of business. Meanwhile, the union representing nursing home employees has planned to more
The race for mayor got tighter this week as Republican Raymond McKay failed to file the required 200 signatures of registered voters to qualify as a candidate, narrowing the field to three candidates. Both Democratic candidates, incumbent Mayor Joseph J. more
By JOHN HOWELL There may be changes to the Kent Hospital logo, but the hospital won't be getting a new name. On Monday, as the Narragansett Council of the Boys Scouts of America conducted a parade of appreciation to hospital employees, dropping off 300 more
By JOHN HOWELL Although the local hospitality and tourism business has lost an estimated $48.5 million in direct spending since the shutdown in March and the prospect of tourism returning anytime soon looks bleak, Mayor Joseph Solomon told the Warwick more
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