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Nov 14 2022

Advocates on aging issues review their priorities for Gov. McKee’s policy agenda – Herb Weiss

By Herb Weiss, contributing writer on aging Over 3 months ago, the Senior Agenda Coalition of Rhode Island (SACRI) invited ...

Nov 13 2022

In the Arena: Post-election, M. Charles Bakst, Dan McGowan talk with Joe Paolino, Jr.

Each week, Joe Paolino, Jr. interviews leaders and influencers in Rhode Island. This week, post-election is on the discussion board ...

Nov 11 2022

City of Fall River wants your vote for their new logo

In September, the City of Fall River launched a public contest to create the next official City logo. 227 entries ...

Nov 9 2022

Mid-term elections 2022 – local, national updates

This is a developing story and will be updated throughout the day on Wednesday Rhode Island Major races Governor of ...

Nov 8 2022

Shelter from the storm – Richard Asinof

by Benedict Lessing, Jr. MSW - for Richard Asinof ConvergenceRI, contributing writer To support the unhoused requires wrap-around services, a ...

Nov 7 2022

Discounted Lyft to the polls – Herb Weiss

By Herb Weiss, contributing writer on aging issues Graphic: Lyft.com Just before the upcoming mid-term elections, Lyft, a ride sharing ...

Nov 6 2022

In the Arena – Ashley Kalus & Dan McKee as race for Governor comes to a close

Each week Joe Paolino, Jr. interviews key leaders and politicos about Rhode Island issues. This week, just before the Rhode ...

Nov 4 2022

Homelessness on agenda: Cranston votes ‘just say no’ – Gov. debate says state has no plan

It was a simultaneous moment as the gubernatorial debate between Mayor McKee and candidate Ashley Kalus took place while the ...

Nov 4 2022

Outdoors in RI: Green Bond #3 – Watershed Grants – FishLineApp

This week we'll talk about one way to support outdoor sport in Rhode Island. For those of you who have ...

Nov 2 2022

“This year is a game changer” – Hotels, a hospital, and a warehouse in mix to shelter homeless

The exact number of homeless individuals is estimated to be somewhere between 350 and 500 - to as many as ...