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Roger Williams University has been named the new home of the Narragansett Bay Estuary Program. The estuary program’s steering committee selected Roger Williams to serve as the host institution … more
News outlets are reporting a “crisis” in law enforcement across the United State. Reuters, the Associated Press, NPR, U.S. News and World Report and Reuters have all published stories in … more
Though there are a couple of big food and beverage establishments on the Unity Park horizon in the very near future, perhaps nobody has done more for the Wood Street food and beverage scene in the … more
Warren PD activity from Sept. 27 to Oct. 3, 2021 more
75 students from 10 districts across the state have signed up for the Rhode Island Connections Academy, an all-virtual school program. more
You can hear the excitement in Lisa Valentino’s voice begin to rise as she buzzes from one shelf to the next inside Ink Fish Books on Main Street, showing off the various published works from … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — The East Providence High School girls’ soccer club saw one of its ongoing streaks come to an end, but another continue as the host Townies played Moses Brown to a 1-all … more
There were no arrests, but an array of calls about animals, neighbors and noise — plus a car that drove into the front lobby of the Bristol Animal Shelter. Below are excerpts from the Bristol … more
Americans really, really love their four-legged friends. It’s a fact that Sherri DeChaine, owner of Woof Woof Pet Boutique and Biscuit Bar (located at 31 Bradford St. in Bristol), has based the … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — The East Providence High School girls’ tennis team met neighbor Providence Country Day in a Division III contest at their shared home of the KendBrin Swim & Tennis … more
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