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By DON FOWLER The recent passing of Gregg's founder Ted Fuller brought back many fond memories of Gregg's restaurant, the Warwick institution that grew in size, service and splendor over the years to gain its rightful place as a Rhode Island icon. We more
Retired professional ballet dancers Vilia Putrius and Mindaugas Bauzys opened the doors to Ocean State Ballet, a ballet school with an emphasis on professional ballet training as well as recreational classes for children 3 years of age and older with more
There was still a party The Pilgrim Senior Center is usually hopping on St. Patrick's Day with plenty of music, Irish step dancers and a corned beef and cabbage lunch. This year was different although thanks to a contribution from Senator Michael more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE If you're one of the thousands of commuters who crosses the bridge carrying Park Avenue over railroad tracks while traveling east or west through Cranston each day, plan for lane shifts, closures and detours in the months ahead. more
He knows his boilers David Palmer heating foreman with Riley Heating and Plumbing recorded a milestone recently when he installed his 1,000th boiler. The occasion didn't go unnoticed as Tom Fitzgerald from Burnham Boiler presented him with a jacket. more
Rep. Joseph M. McNamara (D-Dist. 19, Warwick, Cranston) has introduced legislation that would require school districts to develop COVID recovery plans. The legislation (2021-H 5834) would direct all school districts to prepare district recovery plans more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE In a significant step toward the legalization of recreational marijuana, two local lawmakers on Tuesday submitted legislation in the Rhode Island Senate that would establish a regulatory and tax structure for retail cannabis sales. more
By ARDEN BASTIA Local author Mary L. Byrne has released her latest book, "Two Sides of the Mirror", a unique look into race and redemption. Byrne, in an interview on Monday, said she "never expected" her book to be published at such an appropriate time. more
Students in Rhode Island schools will not be denied the right to possess and apply sunscreen under legislation sponsored by Rep. David Bennett and unanimously approved by the House of Representatives on March 9. The legislation (2021-H 5164), which has more
The Rhode Island Airport Corporation (RIAC) has applauded Senate and House leadership for the introduction of legislation that would change the name of T. F. Green Airport to “Rhode Island T. … more
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