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Zahan Akbar filled the syringe with a booster dose of Phizer COVID-19 vaccine. Delivering jabs and testing customers for the virus consumes larger and larger portions of regular business hours … more
Prior to the Dec. 6 meeting, Cranston City Wide Councilwoman Nicole Renzulli had perfect attendance for Council meetings and all the committees she is a member of.  That changed when she was … more
UPDATED: Johnston Police are looking for a man possibly responsible for an attempted theft in town. The department released a photograph of the suspect and is asking the public for help locating the … more
Several deeds have been recorded in the Johnston Town Clerk’s office, closing the deal between Amazon and a group of Rhode Island landowners. “Amazon closed on the 196-acres in late … more
By JOHN HOWELL The spirit of Gerry Habershaw was present Saturday as more than 150 Pilgrim students lined the walk in front of St. Kevin Church and another 300 family and friends attended his Mass of Christian burial. Everyone had a Gerry story. He was more
By ALEX MALM If you have a truck and like working alone during storms, it may be the season to plow in some cash. Some towns and cities in Rhode Island are having a hard time contracting outside vendors to plow streets. In Warwick, the City has promised more
During the 2018-2019 school year the food pantry at Oakland Beach School received almost 2,000 pounds of food from the Rhode Island Food Bank and was able to feed 14 students weekly through the … more
By JOHN HOWELL One hundred and forty people, who would otherwise be living on the street, have rooms at the NYLO Hotel in Pontiac. They and possibly more are guaranteed a room until March 31, 2022. Neither the neighborhood nor the city had any say on more
The tractor broke down, but Sally Hicks is still kicking. Primed for her fast approaching 83rd birthday, the Providence city girl turned Scituate farmer credits “keeping busy” with … more
Ocean State Job Lot had a big empty roof. In fact, the store chain has 147 big empty roofs in New England. Following a groundbreaking ceremony on Wednesday, the 750 solar panels newly installed on … more
By ALLIE LEWIS Deputy House Speaker Charlene Lima (Dist. 14 - Cranston, Providence) came out in sharp criticism this week of the administration's proposal to provide state employees with a $3,000 vaccine bonus, calling it "a misuse of taxpayer more
By JOHN HOWELL The Thanksgiving weekend is renowned as the busiest period for airline travel. That was hard to tell Sunday afternoon at Rhode Island T.F. Green International Airport. Sunday is traditionally the busiest of the holiday period for air more
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