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By JOHN HOWELL Mickey Stevens Sports Complex was ground zero Tuesday morning for the Reclaim Rhode Island campaign to increases taxes on those making more than $475,000 annually in order to generate an estimated $128 million that could be used to improve more
Rhode Island's average gas price is unchanged from last week, averaging $2.96 per gallon. Monday's price is 4 cents higher than a month ago and 92 cents higher than June 14, 2020. Rhode Island's average gas price is 12 cents lower than the national more
The ALS Association Rhode Island Chapter has launched its First Annual CEO Soak-Rhode Island event taking place this summer.  The chapter is challenging companies and organizations from across … more
Lucas “Luc” Maguire spends a lot of time in his Johnston backyard. He loves both the stars and photography. One day, he decided to combine his passions. “Ever since I can … more
By ARDEN BASTIA Starting June 19, beachgoers will have to pay fees to access Warwick's beaches. The fees apply to Oakland Beach, Buttonwoods Beach in City Park, and Conimicut Beach. Fees for the beaches will be in effect until Labor Day on September 6. more
Warwick Public Library is starting Warwick Radio Online, a podcast for the City of Warwick with news and stories about the city's people, businesses, and one-of-a-kind culture. The library is looking for people to help run the podcast, by sharing more
St, Kevin Church holds a concert to salute and honor the men and women in the military and our police and firefighers on this Memorial Day weekend, more
Lights with mice You might ask what do mice have to do with the program that got underway this week to replace about 9,000 street lights with new energy efficient LED lights. It's not a question a reporter would have thought to ask the K Electric crew more
By RORY SCHULER The Rhode Island Business Coalition (RIBC) held a press conference this week to argue against proposed personal income tax increases for high-income earners and taxes on the federal Paycheck Protection Program loans in the state. "This more
By JOHN HOWELL Swimming pool owners are expected to feel the effects of a hurricane that didn't so much as brush the eastern coast of United State last August when they go to buy chlorine tabs. The tabs are in short supply, says Charlie German, who owns more
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