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By EMMA BARTLETT When Providence Postmaster Jeanne Jackson looks out her office window in the morning, she sees roughly 100 Postal Service trucks leaving the parking lot to make deliveries. … more
Usually by the first of the year, Damsha Dance Studio has a full dance ticket. But the last two years have been anything but ordinary. The studio went virtual and events celebrating St. … more
When you open the door to Yard Works Inc. on Warwick Avenue, the smell of flowers, soil and assorted greenery fill the room. Customers may not know it when they walk in, but this store could have … more
It’s all hands on deck during zeppole making season, according to Eleana Pennacchini, owner of Solitro’s Bakery in Cranston. With three generations of Solitro’s bakers on the … more
Johnston, Cranston and Warwick share a common, silent killer.Approximately 10-30 percent of homes in these three communities have radon levels equal or exceeding the suggested federal Environmental … more
Everyone in Johnston knows their mayor is a big shot - especially the 2,000 he personally vaccinated. As a retired nurse and firefighter, throughout the pandemic, Johnston Mayor Joseph Polisena … more
Yes, we’re still wearing masks indoors at the  University of Rhode Island, still running asymptomatic and symptomatic testing operations and vaccination clinics. Many people are physically … more
Thirty-eight years ago, Albert (Butch) Guevremont and his brother Ben began Roll-A-Way Disposal. “We started with $10,000 and an old truck that probably shouldn’t have even been on the … more
On the same morning Rhode Island Emergency Management Executive Administrator Tom Guthlein gave a presentation to the Warwick Rotary Club, RIEMA was coordinating the passage of a LPG (liquefied … more
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