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September 10, 2022
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Accountability is everything to man running from addiction
The East Providence resident said he began running at least one mile a day more than …
South Kingstown swears in first compassion dog
Leo, a 10-week-old Bernedoodle puppy, was sworn in as the department’s first-ever …
26 cats from storm-ravaged Kentucky arrive in Mass.
The effort comes less than a month after the two organizations saved 20 cats from …
RI woman takes dream helicopter ride thanks to nonprofit
The adventure was made possible by TLC 4 LTC, a non-profit organization dedicated …
Providence firefighter awarded medal of bravery for harrowing rescue
A Providence firefighter was honored Thursday for rescuing a man from his burning …
North Smithfield officer saves rabbits from burning home
The fire started around 12:15 p.m. on the second floor of a house on Woonsocket Hill …
Paddleboarder loses phone; scuba diver finds it next day
When Laura Hernandez fell into the water and lost her iPhone while paddleboarding …
Wright’s Dairy Farm opening creamery in Providence
Wright’s Dairy Farm and Bakery is opening its new location, Wright’s Creamery, at …
Nonprofit, community library combatting learning loss one free book at a time
A local library and a non-profit organization are giving out free books to Providence …
Bristol native awarded one of golf’s highest honors
Billy Andrade was awarded the Payne Stewart Award, which is presented annually by …
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Nesi’s Notes: Sept. 10
Your weekend briefing on local politics and more.
Friday Night Blitz: High school football back in action
The high school football season is officially back in full swing.
‘Warm and funny’: Providence man describes working with King Charles III
Before he became King Charles III, the former Prince of Wales launched the Sustainable Markets Initiative, with a goal to create a global partnership …
PC student abroad in London reacts to Queen’s death
The Providence College student studying abroad for the semester is still getting acclimated to her new home as the news of the Queen’s death rocks …
7 local fire departments getting $2.1M influx for upgrades
Rhode Island’s congressional delegation announced Friday that the second round of grants will build on the ones that were announced last month …
Elorza calls for ExpressVote machines to be removed for Tuesday’s primary
Voting rights groups quickly disagreed with Elorza’s call to remove the machines due to various errors.
Pelosi will headline Providence rally for gov candidate Helena Foulkes
Foulkes’ late mother, Martha Dodd Buonanno, was Pelosi’s college roommate and close friend.
Police: 13-year-old girl groped on her way to school
Maj. David Lapatin said the incident took place in Providence near Donigan Park.
Providence recruiting firefighters for 53rd training academy
The Providence Fire Department began recruiting for its first training academy in roughly four years on Friday.
Wall beds recalled after detachments, injuries reported
The beds were exclusively sold online through Wayfair, AllModern, Amazon, Cymax, Overstock and Walmart.
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