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Rhode Island's primary election delivered a shock to the system. For years, progressives have complained that the General Assembly's Democratic mainstream didn't adequately represent Democratic values. (It was grassroots campaigns initiated outside the more
By JOHN HOWELL Tom Isacco was listening to "e;Imus in the Morning"e; while working in his metal fabrication shop when it was reported that a plane had hit one of the World Trade Center towers. The first reports were a small private plane had flown into the more
By JACOB MARROCCO Several endorsed Johnston candidates were victorious after the results of Tuesday's primary, most notably House District 43 Rep. Deborah Fellela and Town Council District 4 representative and President Robert Russo. The Johnston more
By JACOB MARROCCO Superintendent of Johnston Schools Bernard DiLullo said that two state teams conducted walkthroughs at each of the eight schools in town last week, as the district clears another hurdle on the way to reopening. During his interview with more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE Rhode Island continues to see favorable trends in terms of COVID-19 data, Gov. Gina Raimondo and health officials said Wednesday - but the impending arrival of flu season, along with the potential for a fall or winter coronavirus more
By PETE FONTAINE "e;In this time of uncertainty around schools,"e; Joe Lembo was saying Tuesday, "e;this is certain at St. Rocco's School: The doors will open Monday and classes will begin!"e; Lembo, who is a proud parishioner at St. Rocco's Church and is a more
By JACOB MARROCCO Johnston Mayor Joseph Polisena doubled down on remarks he made during a Johnston Police promotion ceremony on Aug. 28, saying he would refuse to send mutual aid to communities that decide to defund their police departments. The movement more
Back to the rainbow Over the Rainbow is excited and enthusiastic for the start of the new school year beginning on Sept. 14. During their recent open house, parents were reassured of the safety protocol and left feeling confident to send their children more
A celebration ‘fur’ 100 years Angelina Lanzi, founder of Lanzi Furs Incorporated in Johnston, was born Sept. 10, 1920, and enjoys a wonderful and full life as she celebrates her … more
By MERI R. KENNEDY Limited in-library use The Mohr Library will be open certain hours for in-library browsing of books for all ages, computer use, printing and copying for up to 50 minutes. Part of the children's collection has been moved into the teen more
The boards of the state’s two largest health care systems have voted in favor of moving toward a merger.In a statement Wednesday, Care New England and Lifespan confirmed the two entities have … more
Three local nonprofits are among 19 organizations across the state will be able to help Rhode Islanders with food, rent, utilities and other expenses thanks to $1 million in the latest round of grants from the COVID-19 Response Fund at the Rhode Island more
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