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By JOHN HOWELL Libby DelGiudice hasn't lost her Italian accent even though she was born in this country 104 years ago. Libby, who lived in Cranston for 65 years before moving to be with her daughter Victoria Gibb in Coventry, celebrated the occasion with more
Second Congressional District Rep. James Langevin discussed his primary candidate Dylan Conley, the upcoming election, pandemic response and police reform during a wide-ranging interview with the Sun … more
Paul Santucci is a self-declared political newcomer, but he said he likes what he sees in the Republican Party’s minority leadership at the State House. He’s looking to join that crew … more
“As you are aware, due to COVID-19, these have been challenging times for everyone,” Johnston resident George Lazzareschi Jr. reiterated when he stepped to the podium Monday night. … more
By PETE FONTAINE   @T_Basic:“This is our way of remembering and honoring our war veterans,” Laura Charnley Panicucci said Saturday morning. For the 20th time in as many … more
Lifeguard and Ranger jobs available   Lifeguard and Ranger jobs are available now at State Beaches and Parks for the remainder of the 2020 recreation season. The Rhode Island Department of … more
By LAURA WEICK During the Democratic National Convention's roll call, Rhode Island Democratic Party Chair and state representative Joseph McNamara presented the delegate counts in the most Rhode Island way possible: next to Iggy's Boardwalk's executive more
By IAN DONNIS SEIU1199 NE is waging a new and aggressive campaign against every incumbent facing a primary in the Rhode Island House of Representatives - and the House is in an uproar about it. The situation stems from how a bill to establish minimum more
The Town Council received and accepted a generally positive town audit report for the fiscal year ending June 2019 during its meeting on Tuesday night, which included a full presentation from … more
Attorney General Peter Neronha and Department of Environmental Management Director Janet Coit announced Wednesday morning that SIMS Metal Management received the state’s largest penalty ever … more
Kevin Millonzi has been managing budgets for several years, whether it be at his catering company or the board for Meals on Wheels of RI, and he wants to take his experience to the Town … more
By PETE FONTAINE   Gina Sabitoni-Arakelian, a longtime volunteer and community activist who has spearheaded numerous fundraising efforts for a number of important nonprofits, was installed … more
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