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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
By DON FOWLER If you want to see a fascinating documentary with Rhode Island connections, check out "e;I'm Gonna Make You Love Me,"e; available for free on YouTube and Amazon Prime Video. Warwick's Gloria Walker, who took Brian Belovich into her home when he more
By JOHN HOWELL Joe Weintraub of Cranston has worked for Delta Airlines for 33 years. He was faithfully manning the ticket counter mid-morning Monday when he got his first visitor - actually this reporter - of the day. Commenting on the emptiness of the more
Cranston student holds mask drive By JEN COWART A junior in the Medical Pathways program at the Cranston Area Career and Technical Center (CACTC) and Cranston High School West is putting her medical knowledge together with her sewing skills to help make more
Editor's note: Susan Groh, a cancer survivor and Warwick resident, provided these thoughtful suggestions for these difficult times. By SUSAN GROH I know this pandemic has us all feeling nervous and unsettled, and a bit like we've stepped into an more
10 years after the floods While Rhode Island remains engulfed in a global public health crisis, it recently marked the anniversary of another natural calamity. Heavy rains in March and early April 2010 sent the waters of the Pawtuxet River spilling over more
Joining Massachusetts in another unprecedented step meant to help curb the spread of the novel coronavirus, Gov. Gina Raimondo this week announced that dine-in service as restaurants, bars and other … more
Calling for calm but acknowledging the likelihood of the continued spread of coronavirus in Rhode Island, Gov. Gina Raimondo on Monday declared a state of emergency and announced new steps aimed at … more
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