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By MERI R. KENNEDY Editor's note: Due to the COVID-19 crisis, many organizations have canceled or postponed events scheduled for the coming weeks. We advise readers to check on the status of various events, and we will provide updates as they become more
DUI On June 6 at 7:18 p.m., police arrested Glenn Case, 61, South Attleboro, Massachusetts, on a charge of driving under the influence. Police say Case was arrested after officers responded to a motor vehicle accident on Chapel View Boulevard. DOMESTIC more
A new kind of Stroll This past weekend, nearly 50 vehicles took part in the first Care-A-Van Stroll in place of the 18th Tomorrow Fund Stroll, which supports children and their families through cancer battles. The pandemic prevented the stroll from being more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE As the candidacy declaration period draws nearer, the field of hopefuls for seats on the City Council in the coming term continues to grow. Ward 3 Councilman John Donegan on Tuesday announced he will seek reelection, while Aniece more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE In the wake of the Minnesota killing of George Floyd at the hands of the police and the widespread demonstrations that have followed, a new call has emerged from some quarters - "e;defund the police."e; The specifics behind, and more
Committee approves bill to permanently enact telemedicine insurance requirement The Senate Health and Human Services Committee recently voted to approve legislation that would permanently require health insurers to comprehensively cover telemedicine more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE COVID-19 testing for a range of Rhode Islanders who are not experiencing symptoms of the disease is now available, Gov. Gina Raimondo announced during her Monday briefing, with a goal of testing 900 asymptomatic people per day. more
The Rhode Island State Council on the Arts has announced the availability of COVID-19 emergency funding for small and medium sized arts organization through a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts. The deadline for applications is June 19, and more
By LAURA WEICK The Community College of Rhode Island's (CCRI) virtual commencement ceremony featured messages of hope, courage and change amid a global pandemic. Approximately 2,245 students graduated on May 29 with degrees and certificates in fields more
By STEPHANIE BERNABA Normal graduation plans were upended this year due to the pandemic, but the Cranston High School West community found a new way to gather in celebration of the members of its class of 2020 over the weekend. Graduating seniors Makayla more
“Being Mayor is about listening, bringing people together and creating solutions,” Bucci, a Democrat, said in a Tuesday press release announcing her bid. more
Raimondo said the aim of the effort is “to get a feel for the prevalence of the disease in those industries.” And by targeted testing, the state can catch any potential outbreak “early enough so we can put a lid on the spread.” more
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