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Jul 29 2021

2nd Amendment Update – Jeff Gross

by Jeff Gross, contributing writer Photo: National Archives In Rhode Island, recently, a couple of anti-gun bills passed, as did ...

Jul 28 2021

RI Governor, Health, Education leaders: “required masking” in schools for students, staff, faculty – regardless of vaccination status

Governor Dan McKee, Education Commissioner Angélica Infante-Green, and Director of the Department of Health Nicole Alexander-Scott, MD, MPH today released ...

Jul 27 2021

Providence Resiliency Partnership – infrastructure and climate change – Richard Asinof

by Richard Asinof, ConvergenceRI Photo: Photograph by Mike Cohea, The Independent Man atop the Rhode Island State House framed by ...

Jul 27 2021

Warwick’s McDermott Pool opens after repairs. Lifeguard need limits schedule.

by Nancy Thomas, RINewsToday They're back in the swim in Warwick. Missing the month of July for summertime swim, and ...

Jul 26 2021

We can prevent “suicide by bridge” – Herb Weiss

By Herb Weiss, contributing writer Photo: top, Bryan Ganley As the General Assembly goes into recess until the fall, Rep. Joseph ...

Jul 26 2021

Public defender experience guides outlook of U.S. Judge Mary S. McElroy

By Ealish Brawley ’14, Providence College Magazine, Providence College Judge Mary S. McElroy ’87 had to wait four years, through ...

Jul 25 2021

In the Arena – RI Speaker of the House, Joseph Shekarchi

Each week Joe Paolino, Jr. interviews people of interest on his program, “In The Arena”.  The show airs at 7am ...

Jul 25 2021

Pawtucket police & fire report for lifeguard duty – pool’s open

by Nancy Thomas, publisher On a picture perfect day, the sound of flip-flops and squeals came back to this beautiful ...

Jul 24 2021

Governor’s Commission on Disabilities: Not safe to return now to in-person public meetings

Exclusive to RINewsToday: by Bob Cooper, Executive Secretary, RI Governor's Commission on Disabilities Friday July 23rd was the last day ...

Jul 23 2021

It took a village… Pawtucket’s police, fire, public safety, parks & recs staff work together to open city pool

After a struggle to hire lifeguards, which was solved by the city's public service employees and parks and recs staff ...