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By JOHN HOWELL It's early in the election season - candidates don't need to declare until June - but this time Mark McKenney isn't waiting until the 11th hour. The Democrat and attorney, who for years has been active in civic and municipal events, will more
With insufficient members to constitute a quorum, the Zoning Board of Review has been forced to postpone until next month the appeal of the September Planning Board finding that a three-story self-storage unit at Pond Plaza in inconsistent with the more
By JOHN HOWELL There won't be any tickets to the 53rd Community College of Rhode Island commencement exercises on Friday, May 17. None are being printed because, for the first time, there's no question there will be enough seats for the graduates to more
By JOHN HOWELL -- You might have thought a forecast of rain and snow would be reason to cancel a trip to the nation's capital. But then what's the threat of bad weather to World War II and Korean War veterans? more
The warmth of good news The wind was out of the south, but that didn't mean it was warm. It was spitting big raindrops. Nonetheless, the message of Easter brought warmth to those who gathered Easter morning before 7 for the pageantry of the service more
Secretary of State Nellie M. Gorbea has released the official 2018 How to Run for Office Guide to assist those planning to run for elected office in Rhode Island. The guide provides would-be candidates with the necessary steps, deadlines and eligibility more
Look what they found An enthusiastic group turned out Saturday for the Riverview Improvement Association annual Easter egg hunt. They certainly picked the best of days for the event, which Kathy Eisemann captured in these photographs. Ready to fill his more
Governor Gina M. Raimondo, Rhode Island's leading employers and other stakeholders gathered Wednesday morning to celebrate the launch of a new internship program that will provide 100 high school students with hands-on work experience in industries more
By ANNA BEAULIEU -- Ian Robb is going for the gold, but it may take him a few years. Robb, 15 from Warwick, has taken on the Congressional Award challenge... more
The Pilgrim Players will present “Almost, Maine,” opening Friday with performances on Saturday and Sunday at the school. Written by John Cariani and premiered in 2004, the play is comprised of … more
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