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By JOHN HOWELL The word is out that there will be some form of car tax relief this year just as Speaker of the House Nicholas Mattiello promised in the closing weeks of his campaign for re-election last fall. Both Warwick Mayor Scott Avedisian and more
There are more than just snakes living at Snake Den State Park. Last weekend, about 200 or so volunteer naturalists from throughout New England took part in a BioBlitz survey at the park. Conducted each year by the Rhode Island Natural more
It was a process six years in the making. It started by selling military plaques to raise money for various veterans' charities, then putting the colorful and wooden memorials on the rafters inside the McShawn's Pub back porch in more
By JOHN HOWELL It was business as usual Thursday at the Department of Motor Vehicles Cranston offices. The parking lot was full, lines snaked inside the building, waits were 90 minutes, if not longer. But a lineup of officials including DMV Administrator more
Two people died and a third was seriously injured in a single-car crash on Route 146 North about 2:10 a.m. today. According to a press release, Rhode Island State Police Captain Matthew Moynihan … more
Despite all of the rain this spring, construction of the Citizens Bank Campus continues as planned with most of the massive buildings now taking a recognizable shape. We are absolutely on schedule to finish getting all of the buildings" more
While residents of the Greenville Avenue section of town have dealt with a sewer and water line extension project, work to extend sewer lines further west up Hartford Avenue will soon begin. According to Jamie Samons, public affairs more
Johnston High School students’ outstanding efforts to spread help throughout the state during a peanut butter drive were recently celebrated. “We’re proud of you for coming together and … more
Johnston Public Schools held their third annual Technology Showcase last Thursday as part of the districts blended learning initiative. The event supported student successes at all grade levels by showcasing their work through technology more
Although the threat of rain kept the numbers down, Saturday’s 18th Annual Special Olympics Motorcycle Run was an overwhelming success. “We grossed $17,000 in just one day,” Phil Viens, the … more
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