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With oversight hearings commencing to find out how Rhode Island wound up narrowly avoiding an unprecedented calamity – and instead just got stuck with an historic, exorbitantly expensive … more
STORY OF THE WEEK: Back in the day, the approach of the end of February would signal the time for the Providence Newspaper Guild Follies – the bygone annual satiric sendup of the year in Rhode … more
To the Editor, February 20, 2024 marked twenty one years since the horrific Station Nightclub fire which caused one hundred people to die and two hundred more to be injured. This appalling, … more
There are phases in life where we all need a little extra help. Of course, babies and young children require constant attention, care, and support in order to grow up into healthy and happy … more
Humans of Cranston is a recurring column showcasing the stories of Cranston community members’ community involvement, diversity, and unique life perspectives. Tiffanie Robles is a … more
As 2024 kicks into gear, we’ve already seen a glimpse of the tumultuous times ahead. One section of the state remains cut off from the other, with no clear end to the chaos in sight, while … more
STORY OF THE WEEK: During an address last week to the Northern RI Chamber of Commerce, Gov. Dan McKee suggested the worst traffic fallout from the Washington Bridge is in the past. “We have to … more
STORY OF THE WEEK After a recent news dump, when the McKee administration shared details of a federal request for records related to the Washington Bridge, Gov. Dan McKee tried to regain control … more
“Joanne has been an unparalleled ambassador for Cranstonians and all Rhode Islanders, tirelessly working to provide critical services and resources to those in need. Her innate compassion for … more
In the past week, news broke that different press outlets were charged differing amounts of money to access public records associated with the inspection and closure of the Washington Bridge. … more
(Originally published in the Health section of the Rhode Island Current) Dennis Bailer has seen what happens when people are forced to hide their drug use in his nearly 20 years working in harm … more
Dear Editor Schuler, I write today in the capacity of Chairman of the Rhode Island Resource Recovery Corporation Board of Commissioners. Having followed your recent coverage of the departure of … more
To the Editor, Currently, Rhode Island has no state laws protecting forests. This has led to Rhode Island holding the unfortunate distinction of being the only state in New England where no … more
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