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By ALEX MALM People who want to jump into the freezing cold water for a good cause on New Year's Day are in luck. Not one but two local organizations will be hosting plunge events that day. Take your pick, or try to make both without getting stopped for more
Nearly all of Rhode Island buys electricity from a single source. That could change next year. A Pennsylvania-based power provider is in discussion to buy the Ocean State's primary electric service, the Narragansett Electric Company (NEC) ... more
By ALEX SPONSELLER By Last week, legendary Pilgrim athlete, Cranston East coach and Cranston School administrator Meg McGonagle passed away due to complications from COVID-19. She was 41 years old. McGonagle graduated from Pilgrim in 1998 and is the more
The Cranston East community  is mourning today after finding out about the passing of Cranston East Faculty member Meaghan McGonagle.  more
Rhode Island Attorney General Peter F. Neronha announced that a Cranston man was found guilty in Kent County Superior Court of perpetrating a $50,000 fraudulent investment scheme against his neighbor … more
On July 19 the Warwick City Council was one vote away from approving a City solar ordinance.  But because the title of the ordinance wasn’t worded correctly on the legal notice the … more
By ALEX MALM Mayor Frank Picozzi pledged months ago he would allocate $7 million of the City's American Rescue Act funds to the Warwick Sewer Authority for infrastructure particularly for the Bayside Sewer Project. The resolution accepting the funds was more
By JOHN HOWELL Quahoggers returned Monday to harvest the mother lode of clams from a span of the Providence River stretching north 1,000 acres from Nyatt Point in Barrington to Conimicut Point in Warwick. "It was good, very good," said one quahogger who more
By JOHN HOWELL If all goes according to plan, Warwick will have one fewer hotel and about nine months later an additional 150 apartments. David Mitchell, a partner in the private firm of Landing Partners, LLC of New York City says this is a "perfect more
As COVID-19 cases continue to surge across the state and country, and Rhode Island is currently processing more PCR tests than at any other time during the pandemic response, Gov. Dan McKee … more
UPDATED: Many members of Johnston’s already depleted pool of eligible and willing school bus drivers are now isolated in quarantine.  This week, suddenly, parents who rely on school bus transportation in Johnston to get their kids to school had to scramble to find another option. Then, on Wednesday evening, the district announced the problem was rectified and bus service would return Thursday. more
Saturday, Dec. 18, will the last day to get a jab at Sockanosset Cross Road in Cranston, as COVID-19 rates surge in the Ocean State, and Rhode Island transitions to new strategies for fighting the … more
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