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PORTSMOUTH/TIVERTON — Like any state that’s been around for 350 years, Rhode Island has amassed its fair share of outdated, obsolete or downright archaic legislation. House Majority … more
After receiving multiple reports of a scammer preying on senior citizens in Rhode Island, Attorney General Peter Kilmartin has issued a statewide Medicare fraud alert. Medicare patients have … more
In today’s changing world, a high school diploma is not enough to secure sustainable employment into the future. At least some college education is critical, and therefore should be part of the … more
East Bay legislators doled out nearly a quarter of a million dollars in legislative grants this year, and two local lawmakers are among the state’s top grant givers. Rep. Jan Malik, who … more
The man known as Cool Moose passed away on Sunday night, March 20. Robert J. Healey, the longtime Barrington resident, former Warren School Committee chairman and founder of Rhode Island's … more
PROVIDENCE — The Rhode Island Department of Transportation (RIDOT) announced effective, Wednesday, March 2, a weight limit for trucks will be in place on the Runnins River Bridge, which carries traffic on Mink Street over the river on the Rhode … more
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