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By JOHN HOWELL Toll Gate and Pilgrim High School grads will get to walk across the stage and receive their diplomas from their principals - not virtually, as many schools and colleges have planned, but for real and with members of their families in more
The Pawtuxet Village Farmers Market opened for another season Saturday, drawing a good turnout of masked shoppers looking for fresh greens, fish and just baked goodies. Some were also looking to meet up with Mo, who in the past two years has become more
Though many Rhode Islanders have been voluntarily covering up, and Dr. Nicole Alexander-Scott, director of the Rhode Island Department of Health, has been making that recommendation for weeks, the official requirement was only that employees in customer-facing businesses do so. more
A limited reopening of non-essential retail stores will begin if the current stay-at-home order is lifted on May 9, Gov. Gina Raimondo announced Monday, while plans are also in the works to allow … more
“It’s obviously a sad day,” Gov. Raimondo said, encouraging Rhode Islanders to take a moment to honor the lives that have been lost. more
Figures released Saturday show the prohibition on dine-in service at restaurants and bars and the subsequent issuance of a stay-at-home order had tangible effects on the state’s number of … more
Despite the fact that surrounding states have extended their COVID-19 stay-at-home directives, Rhode Island is still sticking with its plan to let Gov. Gina Raimondo’s executive order expire on May 8, the governor announced at her daily briefing Friday. more
Cranston Mayor Allan Fung and his wife, House District 15 candidate Barbara Ann Fenton-Fung, speak about Barbara Ann’s COVID-19 diagnosis, life in quarantine, and how the crisis has affected the community.  more
Longtime Johnston coach and former standout basketball player Dan Mazzulla passed away at the age of 61 last week after a lengthy battle with cancer. The Johnston native enjoyed a hall-of-fame … more
The same-old, same-old questions about healthcare, hotlines and hospital beds were pushed to the side for one day on Thursday, when Rhode Island children replaced the regular pool of coronavirus journalists and had a chance to ask the questions that are top of mind in their lives. more
How about a graduation for the high school class of 2020 on Christmas break? That may seem like a long time away, but it's an option being considered by administrators at Bishop Hendricken High School if restrictions on gatherings haven't more
Faced with the prospect of declining revenues and higher costs because of the COVID-19 pandemic and a request for more school funding, Mayor Joseph S. Solomon disclosed Wednesday that he requested both municipal employees and police to more
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