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The traffic signal at Main at Buttonwoods Avenues, the site of three accidents since it was placed on the flashing mode in mid-June, will remain blinking for at least a week and maybe longer as the city waits for the delivery of repairs more
Although American Legion Baseball cancelled its summer tournament due to the ongoing COVID-19 crisis, local legion clubs in Rhode Island will be suiting up for their own competition, as teams and league directors established a new, more
Rhode Island is moving into the third phase of its reopening plan, Gov. Gina Raimondo announced Monday, although troubling trends across the country have led officials to scale back a handful of the … more
Rhode Island has confirmed its first case of a rare inflammatory illness that has affected children in other parts of the country during the COVID-19 crisis, Department of Health Director Dr. Nicole … more
Johnston state Rep. Stephen Ucci, a Democrat representing District 42, discusses his decision not to seek reelection this year. more
By JOHN HOWELL Joseph Harrington has lived on Main Avenue at the intersection of Inman Avenue for 30 years, and never has he witnessed so many close calls and accidents as he's seen ever since the traffic light at the intersection of Buttonwoods Avenue more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE Troubling COVID-19 trends in other states illustrate "e;how quickly our fortunes could change"e; in Rhode Island, Gov. Gina Raimondo said Wednesday, offering a "e;stern"e; reminder of the importance of continued social distancing and mask more
By LAURA WEICK A typical summer morning at T.F .Green Airport would be bustling with people departing for vacations or family visits, with tourists arriving for the summer in Rhode Island. But on the morning of Wednesday, June 24, the state's flagship more
By LAURA WEICK As Rhode Island prepares to enter Phase 3 of reopening, with some eager to return to normalcy as soon as possible, Warwick Mayor Joseph Solomon believes the reopening process may be moving a bit too fast. Navigating a global pandemic is more
By JOHN HOWELL After being closed for nearly three months without an appointment, City Hall opened Monday and candidates came in to file their declaration papers. And while the pandemic has put a dampener on political fundraisers, rallies and walking more
Editor's note: The following is the unedited text of a press release issued by Mayor Solomon's office Monday morning. Mayor Joseph. J. Solomon announced that he has unlocked the doors of Warwick … more
“Essentially everything will be open in some form or fashion," the governor said. "The only way that’s going to work is if we work even harder, all of us, to follow the rules.” more
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