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Providence-based company created a “new, disruptive platform” to provide affordable dental care.
In Massachusetts, only about a dozen districts, most of them made up entirely of elementary schools, plan to return all students to classrooms full time this fall. Meanwhile, in Rhode Island, the vast majority of the state’s 66 districts and charter schools plan to offer full-time in-person learning by October.
While he didn't get to climb Heartbreak Hill, the Rev. Bala did get a heartwarming welcome at the finish line outside his Hope Street church.
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House GOP Leader Blake Filippi demands the governor act before the panel vets candidates for state Supreme, Superior, and Family courts.
It restores the women’s equestrian and fencing teams to varsity status, and will end a 1998 legal agreement ensuring gender equity in varsity sports on Aug. 31, 2024.
Police said a 19-year-old man was killed in a fight that broke out near the food court.
Judge finalizes plans for the Oct. 5 trial of political operative Jeffrey Britt, charged with money laundering to aid House Speaker Mattiello’s 2016 campaign.
We have more faith than the average American in doctors, scientists, police, the media, and even social media companies to do the right thing to best handle the coronavirus.
A new interactive exhibit at Roger Williams Park turns a walk in the park into a tour through historic postcards.
David E. Barboza and his accuser, Robert Powers, agreed to dismiss Powers' lawsuit with prejudice, meaning it cannot be filed again on the same grounds.
Providence police said new evidence led them to arrest a 20-year-old Providence man Wednesday.