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PROVIDENCE–In her annual address at the Minister's Alliance Martin Luther King Jr. Scholarship Breakfast, Governor Gina M. Raimondo today announced new criminal justice reforms. Through a series of proposals in her FY21 budget and administrative actions, the Governor plans to implement recom…

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PROVIDENCE — As members of the General Assembly prepared to convene last week for a new legislative session, faith leaders, state officials and activists from across Rhode Island huddled together beneath the Statehouse rotunda to remind lawmakers of their responsibility to fight poverty thro…

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CHARLESTOWN — The council discussed the parameters of a townwide survey of residents at the Monday meeting and members agreed to discuss proposals from two outside polling firms at a future public meeting.

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HOPKINTON – Photographer and documentary filmmaker, Markham Starr, felt a spark ignite inside him six years ago when he joined a hike to view Native American stonework in the woods of North Stonington.

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RICHMOND — Members of the Town Council have asked for improved communication with the Richmond Rural Preservation Land Trust regarding its future land purchases.

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WOOD RIVER JCT. — Facing higher property taxes resulting from a school budget that increases every year, two of the three Chariho towns told the School Committee at Wednesday’s Omnibus meeting that they just couldn’t shoulder another large hike in their contributions to the school district.

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HOPKINTON – The First Baptist Church of Hope Valley will be hosting Chariho Basic Needs Network meetings every month beginning Jan. 15 from noon to 1 p.m.