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Police & Fire
Residents advised to monitor weather and seek shelter in event of hazardous weather.
Donating money to organizations that help victims is quick and easy.
The state trooper talks of the first moments after the explosions, hopes to check in with people he helped.
IMAGO Gallery in Warren is hostin the works of the you artists May 29 - June 14.
Some of the best places to spend the summer are the beach, the mountains—or even your own backyard.
A trip over the Sakonnet River Bridge will soon cost drivers. Will it hurt business in RI? Could it help business in Bristol as more drivers use Mt. Hope?
Recent goings on at the Rhode Island State House.
The Neighborhood Files
Can you guess where in town this photo was taken?
More than 800 graduates received their degrees Saturday, a day after 164 graduated from the law school.
Eva-Marie Mancuso, the state’s new Board of Education chair, uses courtroom demeanor to try to convince angry teachers and nervous parents that change is necessary.
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