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Representative Joseph McNamara has introduced a package of legislation that has Rhode Island's senior citizens in mind. The bills would increase the tax exemption on retirement income, establish a tax credit for modifying a vehicle to more
Students protest More than 100 Pilgrim and Toll Gate students picketed the School Administration yesterday to voice concerns over the School Committee's decision not to endorse the City Council's request for an independent third-party investigation of more
Ocean State Job Lot is offering a Savings 911 25 percent discount for first responders and public safety professionals. From March 30 through April 5, current and retired police, firefighters, EMTs, medical and other public safety professionals and more
Rhode Island students could get a significant financial boost under a “historic” proposal from Governor Gina M. Raimondo. The plan, dubbed “Rhode Island’s Promise,” would guarantee two … more
Home Loan Investment Bank, FSB, located at One Home Loan Plaza in Warwick has announced the appointment of Michael Holahan as chief financial officer and the election of bank president and CEO, Brian J. Murphy, as chairman of the board of directors. more
By MERI R. KENNEDY On Saturday, Jan. 21, from 1 to 3 p.m., on the State House Lawn, Rhode Islanders will join a worldwide movement built around the Women's March on Washington, D.C. The RI Women's Solidarity Rally in Providence is one of 300 rallies more
By JOHN HOWELL Christian Woods wasn't even tempted to look at the sunny beaches and cruise opportunities Donovan Travel pictured as part of its display at Toll Gate High School Wednesday morning. Tempted? Well, maybe tempted, but he wasn't going to try more
Grandparents play a vital role in the development of a child, but some grandparents and their grandchildren are alienated from each other and denied a relationship. Thanks to a local group's efforts, however, grandparents may soon have more
By JOHN HOWELL Few things - not even taxes - can mobilize Warwick citizens like the annual Warwick calendar. Print the wrong month in it, as happened several years ago, and the vendor is required to mail out 30,000 corrections for the month of July. more
At a short and rowdy special session held Tuesday evening in a small room where people were turned away because the room was at capacity, stood in the hall and chanted “change the venue,”” the … more
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