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By ROB DUGUAY Over the past 20 years, the amount of space technology has taken up in our everyday lives has grown immensely. Cell phones have become handheld information hub centers, computer programs can do anything from studying viruses to streaming more
Ever think about what it would be like to pilot your vessel through an offshore wind farm. Well you can now give … more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE On the heels of the latest high-profile incident involving ATVs operating on local roadways, officials from Cranston and Providence on Tuesday announced a new partnership aimed at addressing activity they described as endangering more
Rhode Islanders will have the opportunity to support any of more than 300 local nonprofits when 401Gives, the state's largest single day of giving, returns on April 1. After exceeding the $1 million mark for the effort's first-ever year, United Way of more
By BRIAN C. NEWBERRY Speaker Shekarchi recently held a press conference in which he correctly made affordable housing a top legislative priority. Whether the legislature has a grasp of the real issues remains to be seen. The principle problem with more
Social Enterprise Greenhouse (SEG) has added a new program to its portfolio of services designed to help entrepreneurs launch and grow businesses. The SEG Ideator is an eight-week program created specifically for people who are thinking about starting a more
Pomham Rocks Lighthouse photo and art contest As part of a year-long celebration of the 150th Jubilee of East Providence's historic landmark, the Friends of Pomham Rocks Lighthouse is sponsoring a photography and art contest. Entry is free. Entrants can more
Back by popular demand, The Wilbury Theatre Group has added performances of "The Race" by Mark Binder, directed by Brien Lang, from March 13-28. This challenging new play, done on Zoom - an emerging new performance medium - examines the common, and more
When Deb and John Walsh first saw Rose Cottage, it had been on the market for two years. Even though the 19th century Italianate building needed lots of basic upgrades, they fell in love with the glassed-in cupola, the high ceilings and its potential. more
These are unprecedented times. We as fishers on the east coast have three fishing Amendments to Fisheries Management Plans (FMP) that will eventually be applied to regulations on striped bass, bluefish, as well as summer flounder, scup and black sea more
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