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By DANIEL KITTREDGE A long-running legal challenge to the city's 2017 ordinance aimed at curbing roadside solicitation - more commonly known as panhandling - has been settled. U.S. District Court Judge William E. Smith last week issued a consent judgment more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE Its physical home may not be steeped in as much history as the William Hall Library or the Oak Lawn Branch, buildings that have stood for many decades. But the Cranston Public Library's Auburn Branch nonetheless has a long and rich more
By JOHN HOWELL COVID-19 is blamed for a lot of ills, but like so many things in life, there's also a silver lining. Such is the housing market. For months, Realtors have moaned there's not enough inventory of homes to meet the demand. According to Leann more
By MERI R. KENNEDY Paint recycling event Need to get rid of old paint? The city and PaintCare will host a paint recycling drop-off event on Saturday, May 1, from 8 a.m. to noon at Veterans Memorial Ice Rink, located at 900 Phenix Ave. The event is open more
By JOHN HOWELL Looking to buy a house? Well, that may be easier to do, even in this hot real estate market, than finding a slip to keep your boat. A survey of several of Warwick's 18 marinas and boatyards found no available dock slips. And where there is more
By JACOB MARROCCO Gov. Dan McKee touched on vaccination rates, hesitancy, masking, small businesses and more during a wide-ranging media roundtable at the State House last week. McKee and his staff will host the gatherings - mostly aimed at small, local more
By ALEX SPONSELLER The Cranston West football team hit the road and fell to host South Kingstown 21-0 last Friday night. The Rebels jumped out to an early 7-0 lead in the first when quarterback Cameron Holland connected with Chris Nhem for the score. The more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE During last year's campaign for mayor, Ken Hopkins, then a member of the City Council, spoke often of his "vision" for Rolfe Square. Now, with Hopkins in the mayor's office, work to implement his revitalization plan for the area has more
By MERI R. KENNEDY Tomorrow Fund Stroll N' Roll The Tomorrow Fund's 18th annual Stroll N' Roll begins Sunday, April 18, at 10 a.m. in Garden City Center. The event will benefit The Tomorrow Fund's mission to provide financial and emotional support for more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE Rhode Island remains on track to expand COVID-19 vaccination eligibility to all residents 16 and older on April 19 despite a federally ordered pause on the administration of Johnson & Johnson's vaccine, state health officials told more
By JACOB MARROCCO U.S. Sen. Jack Reed stopped by the Rhode Island Community Food Bank's Niantic Avenue headquarters Monday afternoon to announce $40 million in federal aid to help fight hunger and food inequality in the Ocean State. Reed said that the more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE Few events in life are as special as the day a new baby comes home. It's a joyful occasion, the start of a new journey filled with hope and possibility. But especially for first-time parents, the emotions are more complex. There's the more
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