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The state began allowing restaurants, cafés and other culinary establishments to offer limited outdoor dining services on Monday, and Mayor Allan Fung has signed a supplementary executive … more
The bay beckons. I saw it Saturday when powering out of Warwick Cove, and there was a parade of incoming vessels in the wake of a sailboat under power. It looked and felt like mid-July and all thoughts and worries of COVID-19 were blown away by the warm more
By DON FOWLER I was cleaning out my files the other day and discovered an article I had written about loneliness for PrimeTime magazine back in January 2002. Eighteen years later, as we quarantine ourselves and keep our distance from others, the dilemma more
By ROB DUGUAY Much like blogging during the 2000s, podcasting became the No. 1 creative medium during the 2010s. There's countless topical routes one can go with when they start one, and it can be a fun thing to do with friends on a consistent basis. more
Flurry of football Dave dosReis and his sons Noah, 11, and Miles, 8, weren't deterred by the chill, wind and the occasional snow flurry Saturday to enjoy some football on the green overlooking Stillhouse Cove. Dave marveled at the space, a favorite place more
By JEN COWART Special to the Herald Typically, the Rhode Island SkillsUSA state competition for career and technical students takes place in mid-March, and for some students, it did. However, for many whose competitions were canceled during the more
This Halloween reminiscent game of wearing masks has grown old. Masks now dangle from many rear view mirrors, joining the graduation tassels or the Rosaries. I had plenty of masks, 8 or so, in my car UNTIL my son took my car and decided to play Good more
In Rhode Island charter boats can fish with in-state resident passengers as long as social distancing and all other orders are followed. However, out-of-state anglers are not allowed to fish here unless quarantined for 14 days. In a joint letter to Gov. more
Bishop Hendricken football player Jason Onye joined guys like Will Blackmon, Kwity Paye and Xavier Truss last week as he made his college decision official, committing to Notre Dame. What a remarkable accomplishment for Onye, as well as Bishop Hendricken more
By MERI R. KENNEDY As the COVID-19 crisis began to unfold in Rhode Island, Cranston Police Detective Eric Leclerc brought home a mask and hand sanitizer for his daughter, 17-year-old Sofia Illiano. Sofia, who is one of 4,400 athletes of Special Olympics more
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