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Peru to Debut for Opening Day in the Newport International Polo Series

On Saturday, June 3rd at 5 pm, Peru will make its debut as the 33rd nation to compete against USA, on Opening Day of theNBC10 Newport...

‘Take A Hike’ On National Trails Day in Rhode Island This Weekend

The Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management (DEM) is teaming up with partners to offer guided hiking tours this weekend as part of National...

U.S. Senators Ask: What’s Up at OSHA?

In the four months since President Trump took office, the federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration has issued four news releases announcing penalties for...

‘Craft for Causes’ and Tedeschi Trucks Band Tap Narragansett Brewery for Wheels of Soul...

Providence, RI  --- Craft For Causes, a non-profit dedicated to bringing together the booming craft brew industry with live music in support of charitable...

Gas Prices Up Three Cents in Rhode Island, According to AAA

Gasoline prices in Rhode Island rose three cents this week, according to AAA Northeast. AAA Northeast’s May 30 survey of prices in Rhode Island finds...

Rhode Island State Beaches Open For The Season Today

All state beaches will be open daily starting today (May 27th), across Rhode Island. Reduced parking fees remain in effect, with daily parking rates of...

Waterfront Home on Harrison Street in Bristol Sells for $1.1 Million

Lila Delman Real Estate International has announced that 39 Harrison Street in Bristol has sold for $1.1 million, marking the highest residential sale in...

List of 2017 Memorial Day Parades in Rhode Island

Memorial Day Weekend is here and many communities and groups across Rhode Island are ready to honor and remember those that we've lost in...

Just My Opinion: Putting off a vote on a new Pawsox Stadium … Really?

The bases are loaded, two outs, and you’re behind by a run. What do you do? Call a time out? That’s what our state’s politicians...

New Farmers Market Will Open Today in Smithfield

Blackbird Farm will host a brand new local farmers market at their farm stand on Friday evenings from 4-7pm, beginning on May 26th at...

U.S. Census Bureau Estimates Increase in Rhode Island Population

Rhode Island's population is growing, according to the latest population estimates from the U.S. Census Bureau. The Census Bureau on Thursday released 2016 population estimates...

Six Picks: The Best in Local Music, Performances This Week (May 25 – 31)

Welcome to “Six Picks,” a weekly column that lets you know “What’s Up” in local music. Our picks will include shows at large stadiums,...

Shredded Paper No Longer Accepted as part of Rhode Island’s Mixed Recycling Program

Rhode Island Resource Recovery Corporation (Resource Recovery) announced on May 24th that shredded paper will no longer be accepted in Rhode Island’s mixed recycling...

Waterfront Home on Potter’s Pond in Matunuck Sells for $1.875 Million

Lila Delman Real Estate International announced on May 24th that 15 Howard Circle in South Kingstown has been sold for $1,875,000. Lila Delman Real...

Letter to the Editor: Graduates Without a Cause for Celebration

This time of year we celebrate the accomplishments of graduates who are moving on to new and exciting challenges and opportunities.  There is one...

North Kingstown Dog is Brightening the Lives of Many Rhode Islander’s

Fuzzy Bear, Friendly Lion, Gentle Giant, even Chocolate Moose – all these nicknames are applicable to one very large and special dog who brightens...