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COVID rules have changed. Here’s what an expert recommends if you test positive.

COVID cases are on the rise again, but treating the virus looks different this year than it has in years past.


RI ACLU asks fire district to withdraw letters identifying public access donors as potential witnesses in shoreline dispute

The Weekapaug Fire District letters were perceived as an “intimidation tactic,” the RI ACLU said.


Judge refers R.I. attorney general to disciplinary board over his tweets

Superior Court Judge Daniel A. Procaccini accuses Attorney General Peter F. Neronha of violating rules of professional conduct with his tweets during a trial.


Ed Cooley, on leaving the place that raised him: ‘I needed something different for my own soul’

“Like, enough. I’d had enough. I’ve done it. I’ve lived here my whole life,” Cooley said, of his decision to leave Providence. He’s now dedicated to resurrecting the men’s basketball program at Georgetown.


R.I. congressmen split on another antisemitism vote

Representative Gabe Amo approved a resolution stating that anti-Zionism is antisemitism, while Representative Seth Magaziner voted "present." Neither explained their votes.


Providence Streets Coalition urges city leaders to pursue strategy to minimize serious crashes

The group has been compiling data about traffic crashes and fatalities that have happened in the city over the last decade. They'd like to see changes.


Trinity Rep reimagines Charles Dickens’ holiday classic ‘A Christmas Carol’

With a middle-aged Scrooge and several neurodivergent actors, director Stephen Thorne says this year's show “opens up opportunities for people to see themselves and their direct experience."


Amid housing crisis, R.I. must adapt existing structures to meet the moment

It is essential that existing non-residential properties are converted to house many R.I. communities, and that the new Adaptive Reuse law is not used as a means to create only luxury housing.