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In an exclusive interview with the Globe, Commissioner Angélica Infante-Green said that in the final weeks of 2019, she expects to release an independent financial analysis on the district’s budget, hire up to six high-level employees, and select a new curriculum for students.
If you think you know how Rhode Island’s two members of the US House of Representatives feel about impeaching President Trump, think again.
This week’s Ocean State Innovators conversation is with Navyn Salem, founder and CEO of Edesia Nutrition, a nonprofit that manufactures ready-to-use foods for malnourished children.
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The officer, who was not identified, shot at a suspect who was driving late Saturday morning. No one was injured and the suspect was arrested, police said.
The Sunrise Movement, a youth-led movement to stop climate change, will march to the State House at 1 p.m. today as part of a national “climate strike.”
Police have arrested two adults and two teenagers in connection with the fatal shooting of a 17-year-old outside an apartment complex Wednesday night.
The nation’s only full test for U.S. census technology took place right here in Providence County last year, and guess what? That website was hacked from IP addresses in Russia.
The victim was identified by police as Nyasia Williams-Thomas, a student at Woonsocket High School.
Alfred J. Verrecchia is the second major local businessman to donate millions to the University of Rhode Island in recent months.
Woonsocket Mayor Lisa Baldelli-Hunt and Police Chief Thomas F. Oates III announced the latest sweep on Wednesday, in the city’s ongoing crackdown on residents with out-of-state plates.
The “Little Roady” self-driving shuttles that you see puttering around downtown Providence didn’t make it out in the snow Tuesday morning.