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By JACOB MARROCCO The Johnston Fire Department is continuing to seek donations for a firefighter and his family who lost their Glocester home in a fire last week. Local 1950 President Keith Calci told the Sun Rise Tuesday afternoon that the department more
The Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management (DEM) has filed a regulation proposing to raise camping fees for the first time since 2002. This would put these fees more in line with the rates charged by public and private campgrounds both in more
Gasoline prices in Rhode Island are up seven cents this week, according to AAA Northeast. Since February 18, prices locally have jumped 24 cents per gallon. AAA's March 25 survey of prices in Rhode Island finds self-serve, regular unleaded averaging more
House OKs Bennett bill to allow students sunscreen in schools The House passed legislation (2019-H 5118) sponsored by Rep. David A. Bennett (DDist. 20, Warwick, Cranston) to allow students and anyone else in public schools to possess and apply sunscreen more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE It may be a parent or a neighbor. It may be a person ahead in line at the supermarket or the tax collector's office. The signs can be subtle and vary widely, from forgetting what day it is or having trouble remembering a word to more
By JOHN HOWELL As of Saturday, there are a lot more critters on Rhode Island highways. But you needn’t fear running them over. The animals native to Rhode Island adorn the new Rhode Island … more
Rep. Joseph McNamara was at the door of the Cranston Portuguese Club Sunday evening. He barely had enough space to move as party delegates pushed into the room. It was just what the Democratic State … more
The Police Log is a digest of reports provided by the Johnston Police, Rhode Island State Police and other departments. STOLEN GOODS While on patrol on Greenville Avenue on March 8 around 11:38 a.m., Sergeant Luca Lancelloti observed a green Ford more
OnlineMasters.com, a source for unbiased college rankings and higher education planning based in Seattle, Washington, has named the New England Institute of Technology's Master's in Construction Management (MSCM) program Number 20 on its list of the Best more
By JACOB MARROCCO One of the most important times of the year is on the horizon at the Marian J. Mohr Memorial Library. Director Jon Anderson and children's librarian Meri Carney sat down with the Sun Rise last week to discuss programming planned for more
“The truth is, yoga feels unapproachable and intimidating to most people, especially a new student,” Stephanie Kazanjian told Mayor Joseph Polisena Saturday morning inside her Zen Mafia studio at … more
By PETE FONTAINE A total of six red, white and green balloons, which were attached to a pair of signs at the entrances to The Bridge at Cherry Hill, were blowing in a swift breeze early Tuesday afternoon and seemingly caught a lot of people's attention. more
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