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Low-fare carrier Frontier Airlines announced Wednesday three new nonstop routes from T.F. Green Airport (PVD) to Atlanta, Myrtle Beach and Philadelphia beginning this summer. To celebrate the new … more
Hoppity hop There was music and plenty of excitement, but no dancing as Distinctive Dance Etc. North students gathered Saturday for the first annual Easter egg hunt at City Park. Dance studio owner Stacy Capone planned the event as a welcome break from more
The journey to becoming accomplished in any field is not an easy one. Halima Ibrahim knows that better than most.  Ibrahim is Rhode Island’s Junior Poet Laureate. Her road to that honor … more
The House Corporations Committee recently heard testimony on legislation introduced by Rep. Joseph M. McNamara (D-Dist. 19, Warwick, Cranston) that would help businesses hit hard by the COVID-19 crisis by guaranteeing that business interruption insurance more
Rhode Island College is planning a return to in-person instruction for the Fall 2021 semester. Plans for the return to campus are being made with health and safety at the center, and all plans are subject to change based on updated guidance from the more
Although the winter has come to an end, the Rhode Island Good Neighbor Energy Fund continues to be available to all eligible households in the state impacted by the pandemic or another crisis. The Fund's sponsoring energy companies and its administrator, more
The Wilbury Theatre Group proudly announces a limited run of "Krapp's Last Tape," Samuel Beckett's lauded one-act play about the effects of time and loneliness, and the longing for past glories. Performances run for limited audiences in the Main Hall at more
WaterFire highlights sculptor's work WaterFire Providence presents "Down to Earth: Robert Rohm Sculpture, 1963-2013," an exhibition spanning 50 years of work by sculptor Robert Rohm. This exhibition at the WaterFire Arts Center will run through Sunday, more
By ROB DUGUAY Some local records have a knack for flying under the radar and then astounding the senses after being given a listen. Often this comes from an act that's still cutting its teeth, but in this particular case it's a bunch of Providence music more
By JOHN HOWELL COVID-19 could end up enabling the administration to address some major capital improvement projects that have been put off for years, including repairs to sewers, water lines and roads. Or the $24 million the city expects to get from the more
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