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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
Gasoline prices in Rhode Island are up two cents this week, according to AAA Northeast. AAA Northeast's June 25 survey of prices in Rhode Island finds self-serve, regular unleaded averaging $2.95 per gallon. Rhode Island's price is 11 cents above the more
By JOHN HOWELL Etta Pendleton was at Rocky Point Sunday afternoon. She was leaning on the wall overlooking the remnants of the pier, her walker beside her. It was in the 90s, but the heat didn't bother Etta. The Bay breeze blew her hair and the memories 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 THOMAS GREENBERG If the Cranston school department were to get some of the $10 million pie that Governor Gina Raimondo announced she would hand out for school safety, Superintendent Jeannine Nota says she'd like to use it on short-term projects like more
Maria Ettinger (middle), who is chairperson of the Senior Center's RSVP advisory board, was honored with a certificate presented by Mayor Allan Fung and Marisa Petreccia, the state program director for the Corporation of National and Community Service more
By MERI R. KENNEDY ClearPoint Builders, of Cranston, received the LEED Platinum Award from the National US Green Building Council on Sept. 5. The award recognizes The Holt Residence, at 509 Wayland Ave. on the East Side of Providence, as the first more
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Dr. Sandra Keating, Associate Professor of Theology at Providence College will discuss Catholicism and Islam: Two Faiths in the 21st Century on Sunday April 15 at 3 p.m. in O'Brien Hall, St. Augustine Church, 20 Old Road, Providence. Dr. Keating is a more
Colonel Ann C. Assumpico, Superintendent of the Rhode Island State Police and Director of the Rhode Island Department of Public Safety, notes that many children are headed back to school, so motorists need to be extra vigilant. With thousands of" more
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