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The Pawtuxet Village Farmers Market opened for another season Saturday, drawing a good turnout of masked shoppers looking for fresh greens, fish and just baked goodies. Some were also looking to meet up with Mo, who in the past two years has become more
Although the COVID-19 pandemic has drastically cut air travel, TF Green Airport is still aiming to provide travelers with top-notch service and be one of the best airports in the … more
By JOHN HOWELL Consider the dilemma of Bethany (not her real name), who was laid off in early March when the COVID-19 shutdown hit and is now collecting unemployment benefits plus $600 a week in federal unemployment assistance made available under the more
Bethany Crawford's mom, Ruth, kept looking out the window, occasionally suggesting Bethany touch up her hair. "e;Is she expecting someone?"e; Bethany wondered. When the police, the superintendent, and principals of Beacon Charter School for more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE Gov. Gina Raimondo this week unveiled a "e;rough outline"e; of plans for reopening the state's economy and restated her hope to lift the current stay-at-home order once it expires May 8. But while the latest COVID-19 data offers more
The same-old, same-old questions about healthcare, hotlines and hospital beds were pushed to the side for one day on Thursday, when Rhode Island children replaced the regular pool of coronavirus journalists and had a chance to ask the questions that are top of mind in their lives. more
A young woman chased an errant balloon in a parking lot in the wind. An unmarked car, red and blue lights flashing in the back window, was parked nearby. A priest surveyed the scene. No, it was not the set of an abstract film, but more
Richard Boudreau has a gift. He sees things where others don’t. Yes, he sees a shovel. But he also sees the shell of a turtle, the torso of a saxophonist or the tail of a fish – or … more
By ERIN O'BRIEN It was an event a year in the making . with just a few minor hiccups along the way. In February 2019, Bryan Schnell devised the perfect plan - Aruba in April, a beach bungalow, dinner for two, sunset, a professional photographer, and a more
By PEDER S. SCHAEFER Peter Michaelson didn't have much company last week while painting the bottom of his sailboat at the Safe Harbor Marina on Greenwich Bay-just the sun, some squawking seagulls, and a few other sailors working in the distance. "e;In the more
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