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“My stomach is in a knot as I think about the Bristol parade and the Newport Folk Festival. I cannot stand here and tell you that you are going to be able to have those events in June, July, August in the way you intended.” more
In another demonstration of support for caregivers and first responders, horns blared and Kent Hospital employees lined the hospital entrance and employees and patients watched from the windows as an estimated 150 Jeeps and 50 tow trucks converged on the more
Editor's note: This story appears on our websites as part of a partnership between Beacon Communications and East Bay Newspapers to share coverage of the COVID-19 crisis. For full audio of the … more
Gov. Gina Raimondo on Monday laid out a broad, long-term plan for slowly reopening the state, announcing a four-phase plan to a “return to a new normal” as early as Monday, May 9. more
Rhode Island has seen a decrease in its number of new COVID-19 cases according to Department of Health data released Sunday, and Gov. Gina Raimondo said she continues to eye a lifting of the current stay-at-home order once it expires on May 8. more
John Howell, our publisher and editor of the weekend, speaks with House Majority Leader K. Joseph Shekarchi about the current crisis and its ramifications for the state and its economy. more
“To be very honest, I had hoped to wind up in a different place … I wanted to give these kids a chance to end their school year in a traditional setting. The reality is, I can’t,” the governor said during her daily COVID-19 briefing. more
A legal battle that had its start nine years ago when a Buttonwoods resident posted "no trespassing" signs on what neighbors have treated as common property for 150 years has ended with a Rhode Island Supreme Court ruling in favor of the more
Superintendent of Schools Philip Thornton on Tuesday night unveiled a $181.4 million budget for the upcoming fiscal year - representing an $11.9 million increase in spending - during a lives tream meeting with a viewership of about 50 more
Kathy Nottell, 68, retired as a nurse from Kent Hospital five years ago. Now, with the state ready to open two field hospitals in preparation of a surge in coronavirus cases, she knows she can be of help. She could not watch idly as the more
The waters of the Pawtuxet River, as measured from a testing site near Rhodes on the Pawtuxet, have seen a significant drop in some key pollutants in recent years, according to the program director of the University of Rhode Island's more
Elite Physical Therapy, which has 10 locations throughout Rhode Island, has begun reopening their clinics this week after shutting down shop due to the COVID-19 crisis, and will have all locations open next week. The clinics will be more
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