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By JOHN HOWELL Alan Shawn Feinstein is one of the many who want to see the PawSox stay in Rhode Island. That wasn't the reason he was in the audience Saturday morning at Bruneau & Co. Auctioneers in Cranston, although there is a connection. Feinstein was more
Carrying signs that read “More diplomas less guns,” “#ENOUGH,” “We Matter,” “Our School’s Dress Code is Stricter than Gun Law,” “Thoughts and Prayers are NOT Enough,” “NRA … more
By JOHN HOWELL -- Ownership of all 43 Rite Aid Rhode Island stores has been transferred to Walgreens, according to Phil Caruso of Walgreens media relations. more
By MERI R. KENNEDY Seven thousand Rhode Islanders made history as part of the worldwide movement known as the Women's March on Washington last January. That was just the beginning. This year, on Jan. 20, they will be on the march again on the South Lawn more
By THOMAS GREENBERG Attorney General Peter Kilmartin's push to strengthen the criminal penalties for drug dealers who sell fatal doses has moved one step closer to law, as the House of Representatives approved the bill sponsored by Speaker Nicholas more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- Rhode Island is the 6th friendliest state for working mothers, according to a new study published by financial analysis and research company WalletHub. more
The gym at Cranston High School East was crowded on March 10 for the New England Scholastic Band Association (NESBA) competition. Cranston High School East was proud to play host for the third straight year. The event was hosted by Cranston East Alumni more
By THOMAS GREENBERG -- Representative Robert Lancia is on a mission. It began two years ago, when a former staff member was t-boned in front of the State House... more
Passover celebration Observing the exodus of the Israelites from Egypt, the newly formed Jewish Congregation Or Chadash, meaning New Light, that had its roots in the former Temple Am David in Warwick and found a home in Trinity Church in Pawtuxet, held more
By JOHN HOWELL The last days of December and the first days of the New Year were painfully cold, with temperatures hovering around zero. At least for the foreseeable future, such temperatures aren't in the forecast. But that doesn't mean natural gas more
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