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The Rhode Island Public Expenditure Council is seeking nominees for its 42nd annual public service awards to be presented at the organization's annual meeting Oct. 16. Two awards will be presented: the Robert M. Goodrich distinguished public service more
Few people care much about the world of payroll in business - until something goes wrong and employees do not get paid. That creates real problems for those now racing to ensure their financial obligations are met and their checks are not returned for more
By PETE FONTAINE -- QUESTION: What kind of a cookout serves 1,600 hamburgers and as many hot dogs, pound-upon-pound of potato salad, unlimited watermelon, lemonade and 5,000 gifts? ANSWER: It's the Association of Rhode Island Elks annual 365 Outing. more
The Sakonnet River Roller Rats fully intend to claw their way to the top, giving reigning champs The Mob Squad a run for their money in this exciting, full contact, intense bout. Warwick comes alive when 28 of Providence Roller Derby's own skaters lace more
Westbay Community Action was recently recognized with an Exemplary Worksite Health Award from Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Rhode Island (BCBSRI) and the Greater Providence Chamber of Commerce for effective programs encouraging employee health and more
By JOHN HOWELL -- Many stories make up a village, as I discovered in Pawtuxet on Sunday. more
A sunset walk at Barrington's scenic Nockum Hill in the Douglas Rayner Wildlife refuge on August 11 will officially kick off the 2017 Land Trust Days, special outdoor events to be held across Rhode Island until October 1. Land Trust Days' activities more
Smooth going Motorists will discover a smooth base course to that stretch of Post Road through the center of Apponaug Village. The first step to paving the road was completed Wednesday. According to a Department of Transportation spokesman, the next more
DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE - On July 25 at approximately 3:09 p.m., Officer James Wenneman was dispatched to the Hobby Lobby on Bald Hill Road for a report of a motor vehicle accident in the street in front of the store... more
Free college tuition for Rhode Islanders is here. With Senate passage of the $9.6 billion state budget last week and its signature by Gov. Gina Raimondo, the governor's Rhode Island Promise is now law. Raimondo had hoped to give students at the state's more
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