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Aug 6 2022

Business Beat:  Meaghan Colannino joins Engel & Völkers

Luxury Rhode Island real estate brokerage gains design and staging specialist Engel & Völkers of East Greenwich announced today that ...

Aug 6 2022

In the news… local, national quick updates

RHODE ISLAND & VICINITY Route 95 highway re-numbering was scheduled to start on Sunday, but has been delayed again 1,000 ...

Aug 5 2022

Pool Safety – from the Union Fire District

Being in the middle of a heatwave and in the middle of summer, is a critical time for safety around ...

Aug 4 2022

Older adults lonelier without a partner – than without children – during pandemic (URI)

Having a partner more important than children to staving off loneliness during pandemic, new study finds - A new study released ...

Aug 4 2022

Oh, Deer! Public Deer survey & Hunting Permits

The Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management (DEM) announces that deer permits for legal regulated hunting, including the "all outdoors" ...

Aug 4 2022

Heat Advisory next few days – Providence info

Heat Advisory Issued for City of Providence, Providence Coordinates Emergency Cooling Centers and Extends Water Park and Pool HoursOfficials Urge ...

Aug 3 2022

University Orthopedics FREE Fall Sports pre-participation exams for student-athletes

 Continuing a tradition more than two decades in the making, University Orthopedics is proud to announce it will once again ...

Aug 2 2022

Court order: Natick Ave. solar project must go back to Cranston Plan Commission – meeting tonight

Green energy vs. failure to protect the environment, forests and farms. As commercial solar projects grow larger, the infringement on ...

Aug 2 2022

Summer Pops in the Park

Photo: Roger Williams Park Rhode Island Philharmonic Orchestra to Perform “A Night at the Oscars” at Roger Williams Park The ...

Aug 2 2022

RI Energy 47% rate increase part of “transition to clean energy” – Gov. McKee calls on PUC for relief

Governor Dan McKee has filed public comment urging the Public Utilities Commission to take specific action to provide relief to ...