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Twenty-one wind turbine blades, each 200 feet long, have arrived at the Port of Davisville from Germany and under the cover of darkness and when there is the least traffic will make their trip to Johnston over the next several days starting Monday. Each more
This publication, for the most part, tries to avoid delving into national news and especially national politics, as our mission is much more driven by a desire to provide truthful, thought-provoking, local content to the people who reside in the more
The oceans are rising, storms are getting stronger, and periods of torrential rainfall are becoming more frequent. Having good flood insurance is more important than ever, but the National Flood … more
Whether you've already gone to the polls, cast your vote through the mail or an emergency ballot, or are planning on going later today before polls close at 8 p.m., exercising your most fundamental American right - to vote - is a responsibility that more
Although it feels like just yesterday that the pool covers came off and crowded public spaces became inundated with the sickly-sweet scent of body odor and sunscreen, summer is giving her final bow goodbye in Rhode Island - despite intermittent more
To the Editor: Normandy (9,387), St. Mitnel (4,153), Ardennes (5,329), Brittany (4,410), Aisne (2,289), Epinal (5,525), Lorraine (10,489), Argonne (14,246), Oise-Aisne (6,012), Sicily (7,861), Florence (4,402), Netherlands (8,301), Henri-Chappelle more
Due to an increase in the cost of electricity that National Grid buys for its customers, Rhode Islanders can expect to pay more for electricity this winter. For the second consecutive winter, most of the region will be confronted with higher electricity more
To fulfill the requirements of the law, the Rhode Island Department of Transportation (RIDOT) will host public sessions regarding its recently released Environmental Assessment (EA) for 10 new toll … more
When discussing the PawSox imminent 2021 departure from Rhode Island, it's impossible not to utilize some purposefully corny baseball terminology. This publication did that last autumn when we supported an offer put forward by the team that gathered the more
To the Editor: Within the next few weeks, students across our state will be heading back to school. This means that thousands of them will be traveling to school on the school bus. School buses are some of the largest vehicles on our roadways, driven by more
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