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By LAURA WEICK For the first time since 2012, both the Democratic and Republican parties will hold contested primary elections for the Rhode Island District 2 seat in the House of Representatives. Rep. Jim Langevin has held the seat since 2001, and is more
From those who knew him, Corey M. Sanville, 22, would have loved the parade Sunday in his memory. More than 100 cars started gathering at Rocky Point about 11. Michele Ciociola and a group of volunteers who handed out balloons and colored markers for more
Cranston’s School Committee on Wednesday voted to approve a three-phase return to in-person learning starting Sept. 14 – a plan in keeping with the approach Gov. Gina Raimondo outlined … more
By JOHN HOWELL The shorter of Green Airport's two runways - Runway 16/34 - will close in September for more than $21 million in what the Rhode Island Airport Corporation is describing as "e;rehabilitation"e; and "e;upgrades."e; But it will not be longer than its more
By HERALD STAFF A Cranston man is facing a federal charge in connection with the destruction of a Providence Police cruiser during the rioting that occurred in downtown Providence on June 2. Nicholas L. Scaglione, 30, was arrested last week on a charge more
DRUG CHARGES On Aug. 17 at 6:33 p.m., police arrested Jason Marte, 18, 12 Massie Ave., Apt. 2, Providence, on charges of possession of fentanyl with intent to deliver, reckless driving and other offenses against public safety, and possession of more
Paplauskas backs Hopkins in GOP race Ward 5 City Councilman Chris Paplauskas has announced his support for Citywide Councilman Ken Hopkins in the Republican primary for mayor. "e;Ken Hopkins has a long and storied history of serving our community in more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE A City Council member's email to other officials regarding two potential ordinances for consideration - both related to the role of police in the city's schools - created a stir on social media late last week. Ward 2 Councilwoman more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE A multi-agency "e;Education Operations Center"e; has been established to support Rhode Island's school districts as the Sept. 14 reopening date nears, Gov. Gina Raimondo announced Monday. "e;We have an entire generation of young people who more
By JOHN HOWELL Libby DelGiudice hasn't lost her Italian accent even though she was born in this country 104 years ago. Libby, who lived in Cranston for 65 years before moving to be with her daughter Victoria Gibb in Coventry, celebrated the occasion with more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE Like so many aspects of daily life during the pandemic, Democratic Dist. 16 Rep. Christopher Millea's first term in the General Assembly has not gone according to plan. "e;COVID has really taken over,"e; he said. "e;It wasn't really a full more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE For Democratic District 16 House candidate Brandon Potter, the personal effects of the pandemic have provided motivation to follow what he describes as an otherwise unlikely path toward a bid for political office. "e;Really quite a few more
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