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By THOMAS GREENBERG Amid the opioid overdose epidemic happening across the nation, officials from 26 of Rhode Island's cities and towns converged in Warwick on Wednesday morning to discuss solutions to the problem. The event, which comes amidst a lawsuit more
By JOHN HOWELL While a report prepared for the Division of Public Utilities and Carriers has found fault with how National Grid responded to the Oct. 29 storm that left more than 144,000 Rhode Island customers without power - some for more than four days more
By ETHAN HARTLEY A dispute between Narragansett Improvement Co. and the City of Warwick is headed towards possible litigation after the Warwick City Council Finance Committee recommended unfavorable action on allotting the Department of Public Works more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Buckeye Brook, like the river herring that will hopefully be running through it in the coming weeks as the weather turns warmer, has been the topic of a steady stream of activity in recent days. On Tuesday a small gathering of more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Nathanael Santagata doesn't appear by any stereotypical standards to be any part African - his Italian and Polish heritage comes through much more apparently - but that doesn't change the fact that he possesses a little Moroccan DNA more
By ETHAN HARTLEY and JOHN HOWELL Jobs was a hot topic at the Prepare Rhode Island Summit held Saturday at the Knight Campus of CCRI. We live in a world today that's changing faster than ever and the only way we're going to make sure that Rhode Islanders" more
By JOHN HOWELL Students are scared of a shooter entering their school and are demanding authorities do something about it. That message came across loud and clear Saturday as students held the spotlight and people of all ages came by the thousands to more
By JOHN HOWELL It's been three months since city employees reporting for work discovered that a pipe had burst in the City Hall Annex, soaking records in the tax assessor's office and causing ceiling titles to crumble. Mayor Scott Avedisian acted more
By TIM FORSBERG Can a machine learn to diagnose breast cancer? Is decomposing compost an energy source that might be harnessed to keep you warm? What are the effects of reading consumer reviews on a user's experience with a product? Those questions and more
By ETHAN HARTLEY A collaborative partnership between Pilgrim High School, biotech company Amgen (based in West Greenwich) and the University of Rhode Island (URI) is providing students interested in entering the booming biotechnical industry a pipeline more
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