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WARWICK – R.I. Attorrney General Peter Neronha had a home-cooked meal awaiting him at home in Jamestown, but following the awards ceremony where he had been honored by the Childhood Lead Action … more
PROVIDENCE – In 2021, according to the Department of Labor and Training, Rhode Island’s total private sector employment grew by 5 percent as the state began to recoup the jobs lost during … more
WARWICK – The interview took place on Thursday evening, Oct. 26, in the noisy atrium at the Crowne Plaza, in the midst of the celebration of 30 years of protecting kids from lead poisoning, … more
PART One PROVIDENCE – The release of the 2023 Housing Fact Book by HousingWorks RI on Friday morning, Oct. 20, forced the Rhode Island news media to report on some disliked facts about the … more
PROVIDENCE – Strange and stranger. An apparent news blackout surrounding the fact that Gov. Dan McKee and a number of his aides, including Housing Secretary Stefan Pryor, took part on a “tour no” … more
PROVIDENCE – Call it a perverse game of chicken. A shutdown of the federal government was averted at the very last moment on Saturday evening, Sept. 30, when Congress enacted a temporary spending … more
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