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Monday, the demolition of the nearly 70-year-old high school began — a month-long project that carries a lot of Townie memories with it. [Read More]
Marj and Dan Kobrin and Sue and Rich Harbert continue their journey. They will take two years to traverse the 230 miles and 36 Massachusetts... [Read More]
One of the victims was found on the pavement of Route 6, apparently trying to drive himself to the hospital. [Read More]
The shooting occurred outside a vacant shopping center near Alvarez High School. [Read More]
Financial woes of RI's "last resort" hospital are a math problem for the state, but a matter of life and death for those who rely... [Read More]
Providence teachers voted overwhelmingly Friday to ratify a new three-year contract, putting an end to months of fractious debate with the state education commissioner. [Read More]
Red Sox make several moves ahead of the MLB Trade Deadline... [Read More]
The recreational fishing community offered input on specific issues as the reauthorization bill was developed... [Read More]
New interim coach emphasizes success for his players both on the field and in their lives off of it... [Read More]
The 2021 Providence Journal Softball All-State First and Second Teams as well as the coaches' all-state and all-division selections. [Read More]
Although the pandemic disrupted family life across the U.S., some parents are grateful for one consequence: homeschooling their children. [Read More]
The City Council passed an ordinance that bans houseboats from all moorings in Newport Harbor, and from marinas if they are not self-propelled. [Read More]
With interest in birding exploding during the pandemic, Parmelee sees it as a way to instill a love for the natural world, and a desire... [Read More]
A peek at two of the many farmers markets that dot RI through the summer, introducing visitors to organic local produce and handmade goods. [Read More]
From undercover work to beat patrols, women have been a force in the Providence police since the department swore in its first female officer in... [Read More]
Also, a moving tribute to a fallen corrections officer. [Read More]
The 2021 Providence Journal Boys Tennis All-State First and Second Teams. [Read More]
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