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PART One Editor’s Note: When the history of the environmental movement in America is written, there will be no doubt all kinds of scholarly efforts to try to connect what happened on Earth Day, … more
PROVIDENCE – The nature of politics has always been transactional – the study of who gets what, when, and for how much. These days, the growing political tensions in health care and in … more
PROVIDENCE – No matter where you look these days, the housing crisis in Rhode Island remains a constant presence, but it is obscured, residing just below the surface of most news coverage … more
PART Two PROVIDENCE – The steamy, humid dog days of summer have arrived for the communities surrounding Narragansett Bay, resulting in thunder storms and downpours – and frequent closing … more
WOONSOCKET – On Wednesday, July 19, at 2 p.m., there will be a news conference to celebrate the arrival of The Dignity Bus, which had been purchased by the Woonsocket City Council, and is being … more
PART One PROVIDENCE – More than 250 swimmers crossed Narragansett Bay on Saturday morning, July 15, participants in the annual two-mile, open water swim from the Naval War College in Newport to … more
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