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In response to those becoming restless about the resumption of youth sports, she promised that youth sports will return this summer — although they will likely be different than what participants are accustomed to. more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE With a little more than a month to go before the candidacy declaration period, the field of hopefuls for seats on the City Council continues to take shape. Larry O. Warner, who currently serves as director of grants and strategic more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE Rhode Island is on course to enter the second phase of its reopening plan on June 1, Gov. Gina Raimondo announced Friday - and while a focus on "e;keeping your group size small and consistent"e; will remain, the transition would allow more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE Saying he "e;gave it my all for four years,"e; second-term Ward 2 City Councilman Paul McAuley has announced he will not seek reelection this year. "e;Serving the people that elect you is not just a political catch phrase. Every day as more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE Approval of a budget plan that includes a projected increase of more than $4 million in state education aid for Cranston Public Schools could leave the city responsible for that funding in the event it does not fully materialize, the more
By JACOB MARROCCO As Operation Stand Down Rhode Island development director Dee DeQuattro put it, you can't cancel Memorial Day. As the coronavirus pandemic sweeps its way across the country, large public gatherings have been canceled as part of effort more
Ed Garcia, director of the Cranston Public Library, speaks about the library’s new contact-less pickup option, the range of virtual programming being offered and what's in store in the weeks ahead. more
Rhode Island is on course to enter the second phase of its reopening plan on June 1, Gov. Gina Raimondo announced Friday – and while a focus on “keeping your group size small and … more
As the country prepares to celebrate the Memorial Day holiday, Rhode Island Gov. Gina Raimondo reminded people that large gatherings are still not allowed and the guidelines governing travel are still in place. more
However, there will be significant restrictions. Churches, synagogues, mosques and other places of worship will be limited to 25 percent of their capacity, “and that’s a maximum.” more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE The city is moving toward adoption of a budget for the coming fiscal year, but a number of significant questions remain as the pandemic continues to upend planning and typical processes at all levels of government. The City Council's more
As the governor asked Rhode Islanders to keep in mind those who have lost loved ones, she also said that these numbers were encouraging, as the overall trend continues to be a decline in new cases, and that testing has been the key to that success. more
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