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By THOMAS GREENBERG When Democratic candidate Lammis Vargas garnered 1,472 votes - roughly 70 percent according to the currently unofficial results from the board of elections - in last week's primary with Jeff Gale, she punched her ticket to a general more
Savory Fare, a home meal delivery service that prepares high-quality and reasonably priced fresh and frozen food, is expanding their delivery area into Cranston and Warwick. A part of Warren-based culinary incubator, Hope & Main, Savory Fare specializes more
By JOHN HOWELL Drake Patten takes offense to the word "farm" when it is preceded by the word "solar." Patten knows what it's like to raise produce and feed livestock. She is the "head farmer" at Cluck Farm on Natick Avenue. But the prospect of a 29-acre solar farm... more
Governor Gina M. Raimondo is inviting all Rhode Islanders to attend this year's Christmas Tree Lighting celebration at the State House. The festivities will take place this Thursday at 5 p.m. Governor Raimondo, First Gentleman Andy Moffit and their kids more
By PAM SCHIFF For the past 10 years Mayor Fung has invited Chabad Rabbi, Yossi Laufer and the Jewish community to join in the lighting of the menorah at City Hall. What has been a traditionally happy celebration throughout history; Chanukah tells the more
By JOHN HOWELL They're going to build a lunar command module at the Warwick Area Career and Tech Center. Expect it to be completed by the end of the spring semester and ready for takeoff on July 20. Although designed for space travel, this module more
WPRI political and economic reporter Ted Nesi may be one of the best known names in televised news in Rhode Island, but he’s very worried about the future of state and local journalism. … more
By TIM FORSBERG Rhode Islanders suffering from mental health issues or substance abuse, or who have family members, friends or co-workers living through a behavioral health crisis, now have a 24-hour-a-day, seven-day-a-week hotline and triage center to more
In pledging to maintain a course to build the economy and jobs after taking the oath as Speaker of the House, Rep. Nicholas Mattiello listed the voters of District 15 among the first to … more
New England Institute of Technology (NEIT) is offering free financial aid workshops open to all college bound students and their families. more
By IAN WEINER Rhode Island has seen a milder flu season so far this year than in 2017-2018, as there have been significantly less deaths and hospital visits associated with the virus. “I … more
By PETE FONTAINE Fresh from helping make two events the Church of the Annunciation sparkling successes within the last five months, the Cranston-based Greek Orthodox Parish's Ladies Philoptochos Society is gearing up for its annual Holiday Bazaar. Like more
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