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Each day, an average of six teenagers die in motor vehicle crashes in the United States and 600 others are injured, according to federal statistics. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reports that motor vehicles crashes are the number one more
By THOMAS GREENBERG Aram Garabedian wasn't expecting to get the call from the Rhode Island Secretary of State's Office in October - he hasn't been a politician in years - but was very happy to discover he was nominated as one of three individuals to more
Governor Gina M. Raimondo signed legislation guaranteeing paid sick leave for more than 100,000 Rhode Island employees. more
The Rhode Island Department of Health (RIDOH) is reminding Rhode Islanders to take precautions to stay healthy and safe when shoveling snow. Because shoveling can cause sudden increases in blood pressure and heart rate, it can causes heart attacks. more
Sailing into spring [Photo gallery]
Photos by John Howell more
By JACOB MARROCCO Rhode Island District Court Chief Judge William E. Smith granted a temporary restraining order Thursday on implementing the Cranston panhandling ordinance in a preliminary triumph for the R.I. American Civil Liberties Union. Smith said more
By THOMAS GREENBERG Cranston's next city planner has a lot of work ahead of him. But because Jason Pezzullo has been working in the planning department for 12 years now, he and retiring director Peter LaPolla are ready for a seamless transition as more
Governor Gina M. Raimondo has invited Rhode Islanders to attend the annual State House Christmas Tree Lighting celebration. This year's celebration will be on Thursday, November 30 starting at 5:30 p.m. Governor Raimondo, First Gentleman Andy Moffit and more
By THOMAS GREENBERG In the race to become the 76th governor of the state of Rhode Island, Cranston Mayor Allan Fung (R) has officially (albeit not exactly surprisingly) thrown his hat in the ring for the second straight election. I am here tonight to" more
By THOMAS GREENBERG Usually people like to curl up in front of a fire and read a book during these colder months. On Monday night there was certainly some fiery heat at William Hall Library, but there was very little reading to be done. Cumberland Farms more
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