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Census Bureau wants to change how it asks about disabilities. Some advocates don’t like it.

The US Census Bureau wants to change how it asks people about disabilities, and some advocates don’t like where things are heading.


A 1900s home near Providence Place Mall, R.I. State House could be redeveloped into mixed-use building

The Hayes Street home was once owned by the first principal of Central High School. A newly filed proposal would raze it and construct a five-story mixed-use building in its place.


What Hamas can learn from Hanukkah

However genocidal and powerful their enemies, the Jews and the Jewish faith have endured.


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Neronha says he can’t appear before judge Friday, citing COVID exposure

Superior Court Judge Daniel Procaccini is scheduled to hear an objection Friday morning about whether the attorney general must appear before him regarding tweets during a trial.


Best things to do in Rhode Island this week: Dec. 8-15

This week: Nazo Nutcracker, Taylor Swift party, square-dancing, ghost-hunting, farm fun, Grateful Dead tunes, and more!


Fannie Mae to make its secret condo blacklist public

But the information will be available only to homeowners’ associations. Move follows Globe story on how unsuspecting buyers and sellers were left in the dark.


New York is great at the holidays. In the dead of winter, it’s even better.

The city is all decked out for Christmas, but come January, food, lodging, and shows are an absolute bargain.

men's college hockey notebook

The Providence men’s hockey team again is playing well, but this season the Friars are seeing the desired results

Providence is 9-4-2 and eighth in the PairWise rankings heading into Saturday’s first-half finale at Boston College (12-3-1).


A new push to update the R.I. public records law

State Senator Louis P. DiPalma has a New Year's resolution: Overhaul Rhode Island's Access to Public Records Act for the first time in more than a decade.


Pinball machine museum going full tilt in Pawtucket

On the Rhode Island Report podcast, the Electromagnetic Pinball Museum co-founders talk about the history, science, and design of pinball machines — and rocking out while playing the Rush machine.

COMMENTARY | Amanda Barker and Emily Koo

Offshore Wind is critical to a livable and equitable future

Prioritizing ocean views over the climate crisis and the heightened risk to environmental justice communities is a form of energy privilege, write members of the Rhode Island State Committee of the New England for Offshore Wind Coalition.