EDUCATIONRaimondo tells Brown graduates to ‘stick around’ R.I., commit to public service “We have a lot of issues that we, together, have to deal with,” US Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo said after accepting an honorary degree from Brown University on Sunday. “They can all be solved... if you guys get in the game.”
TRAVELA taste of Rhode Island in Los AngelesAs part of his recent voyage from Rhode Island to California, on the first-ever nonstop flight from T.F. Green to the West Coast, Globe reporter Brian Amaral checked out three restaurants in LA with R.I. ties.
RI POLITICSThe latest political news in Rhode IslandThe Senate on Thursday unanimously passed legislation, introduced by Senator Tiara Mack, to establish “Juneteenth National Freedom Day” as a state holiday, to be held every year on June 19.
COMMENTARY | PETER F. NERONHA, MIA ACKERMAN AND DAWN EUERA rental registry would require R.I. landlords to provide proof that properties meet lead safety requirementsWe have a compliance problem in Rhode Island, which is why we are proposing legislation to strengthen enforcement of laws we already have on the books.
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In April 2022, the state violent fugitive task force had an arrest warrant for Russell Dufault, who was accused of pointing a gun at his ex-girlfriend’s sister, assaulting her, and holding her against her will.
After tumultuous period, ABC6 sale is off
The development caps a difficult period for the Providence station WLNE-TV, which has long been in third place in the ratings for this market.
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The Rhode Island General Assembly is now considering legislation that would allow the state to request flexibility to direct Medicaid funds toward housing.
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What Joe Mazzulla and the Celtics have done to turn things around is simply remarkable
The Celtics will enter Game 6 Saturday having rediscovered the confidence and fortitude that had been lost.
New proposal scales back RIPTA overhaul plan
This afternoon, the Senate Finance Committee is set to hear the original proposal to put RIPTA under RIDOT, as well as a new plan that would make RIDOT’s director chair of RIPTA’s board.
Advocates urge R.I. to keep focused on social equity one year after marijuana legalization
Now that Governor McKee has nominated Cannabis Control Commission members, the Cannabis Justice Coalition is emphasizing provisions to repair the harm done by the “War on Drugs.”
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Endorsements, campaign announcements, and more leading up to the special election for R.I.’s First Congressional District
‘Team of TJs’: Johnston Little League president says fallen coach left a ‘positive’ impression on his players
Thomas May, of Johnston, R.I., coached a 9- to 12-year-old Little League team. He was one of two people who were allegedly killed by James Harrison on Wednesday.
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Best things to do in Rhode Island this week: May 26-June 2
This week: Drive-in movie time, rocking at the rooftop beer garden, beach walks, fireworks and more.