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Florence D. (Miranda) Lambert, 94, of Swansea, MA and also of Warren, RI, died Wednesday, March 25, 2020 at home. She was the wife of the late Norman A. Lambert for over 72 years. Florence was … more
PORTSMOUTH — A Portsmouth firefighter has tested positive for the COVID-19 (coronavirus), Town Administrator Richard Rainer, Jr. revealed today. more
PROVIDENCE — Rhode Island Foundation and United Way of Rhode Island have announced a first round of funding for local nonprofit organizations at the forefront of COVID-19 response. Nearly … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — Superintendent of Schools Kathryn Crowley lauded the efforts students, staff and families as East Providence and the rest of the state conducted the first week of distance … more
Clap your hands. Scream into the sky. Bang some pots and pans. Residents are asked to do whatever they can to make noise and cheer for their neighbors who are working hard to limit the spread of … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — The City of East Providence has rolled out new emergency loan fund programs for small businesses. In response to the impact on small businesses, Mayor Bob DaSilva, Planning … more
Jerome R. Sapolsky, of Providence, 90, passed away Thursday, March 26, 2020. He was the beloved husband of the late Edith J. (Jaffe) Sapolsky for 60 years, formally living in Barrington for 39 … more
In Feb. 2018, Barrington native Dr. Jennifer (Zannini) Cipriani heard news she never expected. The mother of two who enjoys running and has never smoked cigarettes in her life, was diagnosed with … more
From zero cases last week, Tiverton’s coronavirus total jumped to five in the latest tally released by the state Department of Health late Saturday. Little Compton remained the only town in … more
CUT - Little Compton as posted gathering caution signs at popular visitor locations. (Wilbur’s Store Instagram photo)   QUOTE “It's like the first of June around … more
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