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August 22, 2017

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Governor’s Bay Day to Be Celebrated on July 30th

PROVIDENCE, R.I. – Governor Gina M. Raimondo today visited Roger Wheeler State Beach to sign an Executive Order announcing that the 29th Governor’s Bay Day celebration will take place on Sunday, July 30, 2017. Governor’s Bay Day will include free parking at all Rhode Island state beaches, as well as fishing in Rhode Island’s saltwaters

WalletHub Study: Rhode Island Is 2017’s 3rd Most Energy-Expensive State

With President Donald Trump recently announcing efforts to expand the nuclear-energy sector and export more coal – as part of his “America First Energy Plan” to reduce foreign oil dependence and costs for consumers – the personal finance website WalletHub conducted an in-depth analysis of 2017’s Most & Least Energy-Expensive States. For a better understanding of

Brody Jenner will DJ in Newport on Friday Night

Brody Jenner, the son of Caitlyn Jenner (then known as Bruce Jenner) and Linda Thompson, will perform at Dockside on Waites Wharf in Newport on Friday, July 14th. The tv personality, DJ, socialite and model, announced that he would be performing on Waite’s Wharf on his Facebook account on Monday, July 10th. Jenner has appeared

Free In-State Commuter Rail Trips Between Wickford Junction, T.F. Green And Providence Stations Starts Monday

The Rhode Island Department of Transportation (RIDOT) is reminding Rhode Islanders of free in-state travel starting next week on Monday, July 3 on trains between Wickford Junction, T.F. Green and Providence stations. The service provides an opportunity to try transit, leaving the car at home for the daily trip to work, to catch a flight, or visit

OneJet Announces Nonstop Services from Pittsburgh to Providence will Debut on August 23rd

OneJet announced today two new routes from Pittsburgh International, with twice daily nonstop service debuting to Nashville beginning July 12th and service to Providence beginning August 23rd. The service to Providence is subject to customary Department of Transportation approval. “Nashville and Providence were two of our most highly demanded destinations from the Pittsburgh community.  In

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