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Governor Gina Raimondo continued her preview of what Phase 2 re-openings will look like in Rhode Island with a focus on gyms and fitness centers at her Wednesday afternoon briefing. And, in … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — The Rhode Island Philharmonic Music School ensembles programs offer elementary, middle, and high school students an opportunity to rehearse and perform high quality ensemble … more
 CRANSTON — The R.I. Division of Motor Vehicles announces a revised renewal schedule for driver’s licenses, permits, identification cards, and vehicle registrations with … more
It was a “good-news story” over the holiday weekend, Governor Gina Raimondo said during her daily briefing at 11 am Tuesday, as the vast majority of Rhode Islanders kept to the rules … more
Monday, May 18 Police got a call about a small boat resting on a Bridge Street sidewalk. No word on how high the tide was that morning. A Birchswamp Road resident reported finding damage to a … more
Bristol Warren Regional school officials cancelled Tuesday’s planned “Crossing the Stage” ceremony after learning that a Mt. Hope High School student tested positive for the … more
Kathleen (Deegan) Hackley, 90, wife of the late Samuel Hackley, entered into her eternal life on Thursday, May 21,2020 at Tockwotton, surrounded by her family. She was the daughter of the late … more
Oftentimes when Women’s Resource Center (WRC) executive director Jessica Walsh answers the hotline phone, the conversation begins something like this: “I’m not really sure if … more
Alice “Joyce” (Sampson) Annunziata, 88, of Warren, passed away peacefully on Saturday, May 16, 2020 at Newport Hospital with her daughters at her side. Joyce was born in Warren, the … more
Anthony Carbone, 74, formerly of Coomer Avenue, Warren, died unexpectedly on May 20, 2020 at Winslow Gardens. He was the beloved husband of the late Patricia (Mainella) Carbone. He was the former … more
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