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Oct 30 2021

Rhode Island Compassion Centers. And the winners are…

Complete with lottery balls and a blind-folded former FBI-guy official, 5 new Compassion Center applications were chosen by the RI ...
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Oct 26 2021

$1.1 Billion for Rhode Island: What’s YOUR big idea? Inquiring leaders want to know.

TONIGHT is the first public input session where attendees can ask questions and make suggestions on the spending of the ...
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Oct 25 2021

McKee-Matos final “Rhode Island 2030 Plan” must not forget seniors – Herb Weiss

By Herb Weiss, contributing writer on aging issues Over a month ago, Gov. Dan McKee penned a Providence Journal op-ed ...
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Oct 24 2021

In the Arena – with Gregg Amore, candidate for RI Sect. of State

Each week Joe Paolino, Jr. interviews people of interest on his program, “In The Arena”.  The show airs at 7am ...
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Oct 24 2021

RI Captains of the PALCUS “Make Portuguese Count” in the 2020 US Census honored

The Make Portuguese Count Rhode Island Captains were recognized at the Appreciation of Rhode Island Census RI Captains of the ...
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Oct 22 2021

RI avoids contempt charge with plan for adults with developmental disabilities – a lot of work ahead – Gina Macris

by Gina Macris, Developmental Disabilities News The Chief Judge of the U.S. District Court welcomed Rhode Island’s action plan to ...
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Oct 22 2021

RI Music Educators say rescue funds plan for schools neglects music and arts education

RI Music Educators Call on State, School Districts to Fund Music & Arts Education - With hundreds of millions of ...
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Oct 21 2021

Boston Mayor’s Executive Order to address homeless encampments as public health crisis. Model for Providence?

Mayor Kim Janey instituted an Executive Order yesterday to address the city of Boston's public health crisis caused by homeless ...
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Oct 20 2021

Rhode Island Foundation offers “big ideas” for RI’s $1.1 billion

The RI Foundation announcement caps a six-month-long, rigorous research and public input process to identify “big ideas” with long-term benefits, ...
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Oct 19 2021

In-state tuition at CCRI, RIC, URI, regardless of immigration status & HBCUs forgive college debt, offer reduced/no tuition, more

Governor McKee signed into law that all Rhode Island students - regardless of immigration status - can go to a ...