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By JOHN HOWELL Senator Sheldon Whitehouse planned on visiting the Warwick Public Library Saturday morning to field constituent questions ranging from issues over obtaining a visa to dealing with Medicare coverage. He and other members of the more
By JOHN HOWELL The Department of Health protocol requiring emergency response personnel to conduct 30 minutes of onsite CPR on those whose who have ceased breathing because of a heart attack has the director of Kent Hospital concerned - Warwick Mayor more
By TESSA ROY Though Saturday was met with a few raindrops, the spirits of several hundred supporters of President Donald Trump were not dampened. They took to the streets of Providence with flags and signs, marching up to the State House steps to declare more
By JOHN HOWELL The governor's office took to the road last week to promote her plan to provide car tax relief starting next year and to underscore elimination of the tax, as House Speaker Nicholas Mattiello's proposes, can't be sustained. But the more
When it comes to cutting the car tax and sending students to college with two years of free tuition, Governor Gina Raimondo’s Deputy Chief of Staff Kevin Gallagher thinks Rhode Island can walk and … more
To the Editor: During his presidential campaign, Donald Trump promised to drain the swamp in Washington. Instead he dug a cesspool and filled it with some of the most vile people this nation's capital has seen in many years. His childish obsession with more
By TESSA ROY Local convenience stores have penned a letter opposing Gov. Gina Raimondo's proposed increase on the cigarette tax, saying such increases would hurt their customers and businesses. If Raimondo's budget is passed, it would hike the cigarette more
By MERI R. KENNEDY On Saturday, Jan. 21, from 1 to 3 p.m., on the State House Lawn, Rhode Islanders will join a worldwide movement built around the Women's March on Washington, D.C. The RI Women's Solidarity Rally in Providence is one of 300 rallies more
At a short and rowdy special session held Tuesday evening in a small room where people were turned away because the room was at capacity, stood in the hall and chanted “change the venue,”” the … more
By TESSA ROY The Rhode Island Public Transit Authority (RIPTA) is facing pushback after announcing the end of its program that enables 13,000 low-income seniors or people with disabilities to ride without paying a fare. A fare of 50 cents to board and more
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