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By DANIEL KITTREDGE A review of plans for an 8.1-megawatt solar energy installation on Natick Avenue was delayed last week as a result of a technical issue that may have prevented some members of the public from accessing the Planning Commission's Zoom more
We're continuing to see our COVID-19 case numbers trend in the right direction, with hospitalizations steadily declining and percent positive at its lowest point in over three months. Thank you … more
By MERI R. KENNEDY Tax time at CCAP CCAP's VITA Preparation Assistance Program provides free tax preparation for individuals and families earning less than $60,000. Last year, CCAP's VITA program filed over 1,000 federal tax returns, helping Rhode Island more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE Whether or not Rhode Island will lose one of its seats in the U.S. House of Representatives after the 2022 election remains to be seen. But a delay in the reporting of results from the 2020 Census should have a limited effect as the more
By JOHN HOWELL Hardly three months ago, Community College of Rhode Island President Meghan Hughes feared legislators would scuttle the Rhode Island Promise program. Now, with the introduction of legislation by the House and Senate leadership, the program more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE The need to move rapidly created significant logistical issues, and the winter storm that descended on the region forced delays in the start of the program. But more than 1,500 Cranston residents age 75 and older have now registered more
The city is receiving 390 doses of COVID-19 vaccine as part of an initial roll-out, and residents age 75 and older can register for the shots starting tomorrow. Check out the statement from Ken … more
By JACOB MARROCCO Seemingly nothing can stop Thomas Pagliarini, a 92-year-old Johnston fixture who ran Central Nurseries for more than six decades after returning from the Korean War. Pagliarini enlisted just a couple months after the conflict began, more
Ready to roll Kim and Alyssa Pereira of Cranston Girl Scout Troop 68 are pictured with a carload of cookies they picked up over the weekend in West Warwick. For a full story, turn to Page XX. (Herald photo by John Howell) more
By JOHN HOWELL If members of the Rotary Club of Warwick hoped for a rosy picture of the state of the state, they didn't get it Thursday afternoon from House Speaker K. Joseph Shekarchi. Shekarchi put response to the pandemic and in particular more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE Early state aid projections - should they hold - would necessitate a significant increase in Cranston Public Schools' requested contribution from the city in the coming fiscal year, Superintendent Jeannine Nota-Masse told the School more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE While Mayor Ken Hopkins's picks to lead the city's economic development office and Department of Senior Services drew some questions and criticism from members of the Democratic caucus, the City Council on Monday gave its unanimous more
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