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Starting on August 21 the Rhode Island Turnpike and Bridge Authority will collect higher tolls for vehicles that do not have a transponder or when the transponder is not properly mounted. For passenger vehicles, the toll will increase from 83 cents (for more
Completes basic U.S. Air Force Airman Jeffrey J. Hemond graduated recently from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas. The airman completed an intensive eight-week program that included training in military more
It's one of the most precious yet elusive things we're all looking for: a good, peaceful, uninterrupted night's sleep. But how often do we get it? With our lives busier and more stressed than ever, juggling jobs, family and an addiction to social media, more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- What started as an idea for four independent elderly care organizations to work together has, in the 20 years since, evolved into the one of the state's most comprehensive networks of care for elderly Rhode Islanders. more
Rhode Island Resource Recovery Corporation (Resource Recovery) will host two Eco-Depot collections on Saturday, August 12. Co-hosted with the town of East Greenwich Department of Public Works, Rhode Island residents can bring household hazardous waste to more
Draper detour Replacement of an eight-inch gas main, all part of National Grid's ongoing campaign to update its utility infrastructure, is expected to cause the shutdown of a portion of Draper Avenue into next week. The work, seen here on Monday, was in more
By JOHN HOWELL & TIM FORSBERG In the last year the Narragansett Council of the Boy Scouts of America has experienced a 3.9 percent growth in the number of participants with more than 11,000 in its programs. It's a statistic that Tim McCandless proudly more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- The New England Patriots have long been trendsetters - pioneering schemes, plays and personnel groupings that have caused heartbreak and migraines for opposing coaches. Now they're the first to buy their own planes to travel to games. more
DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE While on routine patrol heading west on Airport Road on July 26, Officer Alfred Silveira observed a Nissan Altima operating in the left hand lane with both driver side tires in the eastbound lane over the double yellow lines. more
Toasting 100 years On Tuesday morning, Mayor Scott Avedisian invited fellow Providence College alumni to City Hall for a photograph session to honor the 100th anniversary of the founding of Providence College. After the formal photographs, Mayor more
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