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EAST GREENWICH–Despite some dodgy weather, cool and damp, East Greenwich resident turned out to remember those that made the ultimate sacrifice in service to their country, and to pay respects to those that have served and those that are still serving, at the annual Memorial Day Parade.

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RHODE ISLAND – Life in the Ocean State has begun to resume some sense of normalcy, though there is still some question about what the college experience will look like for students attending school in Rhode Island this fall. 

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EAST GREENWICH–Residents of Franklin Road, and of nearby neighborhoods want the planning board to pump the breaks on a 12-condo unit development proposed for 25 Franklin Road saying it could negatively affect their drinking water as well as that of North Kingstown, West Warwick, and Warwick.

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EAST GREENWICH — Town Council Vice President Michael Donegan believes Rhode Island Attorney General Peter Neronha may intervene in the debate over a proposed medical waste facility center. 

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EAST GREENWICH – There’s still much work to be done, but Superintendent Alexis Meyer feels confident the community can take pride in the strategic planning currently underway.

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PROVIDENCE — On Monday, vaccine eligibility expanded to all Rhode Islanders age 16 and older, marking the largest age demographic vaccines against COVID-19 have been available to since the state’s rollout.

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RHODE ISLAND — Over the weekend, Gov. Dan McKee signed legislation that will drastically cut the Ocean State’s climate emissions over the next two decades. 

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EAST GREENWICH - Where consistency lacked, drama thrived late Tuesday afternoon at East Greenwich High School in the D-I volleyball match between the Avengers and visiting Mount St. Charles. 

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EAST GREENWICH – As the state considers the legalization of recreational marijuana more seriously than ever before, East Greenwich Substance Abuse Coordinator Bob Houghtaling is making sure the substance’s impact is not underestimated.

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EAST GREENWICH- An East Greenwich man is facing up to 20 years in a federal prison after pleading guilty last week in a Brooklyn Federal Courtroom. Michael Hlady, also known as Michael Peters, pled guilty  to conspiring to extort a startup company for millions of dollars in the cryptocurrenc…

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RHODE ISLAND – House Small Business Committee Chair Carol Hagan McEntee (Dist. 33 – South Kingstown, Narragansett) has proposed legislation that would allow restaurants to continue providing al fresco dining for at least another year.

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EAST GREENWICH- The annual East Greenwich School Budget process ends in June, but on Monday night during its meeting, the East Greenwich School Committee took an important step forward when it approved its 2021-2022 preliminary budget. 

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SMITH HILL – The House Judiciary Committee heard testimony from hundreds of Rhode Islanders on a package of nearly two dozen gun bills. The marathon of a meeting went late into the night last week, drawing out fierce debate from individuals on both sides of the gun control issue. 

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Rylee Leonard has had a couple of red-shirt seasons due to injuries, but the grad student is the go-to player on the New Hampshire women’s lacrosse team when she is on the field.

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The any given day mantra continues to apply to CAA football this season, and the University of Rhode Island is thoroughly enjoying life on the right side of it. 

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EAST GREENWICH- After a year of battling the pandemic there appears to be light at the end of the tunnel as people across the state and country are being vaccinated. 

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EAST GREENWICH- Every two years in February, the East Greenwich Town Council discusses during its meetings what changes they want to make to the council’s rules and regulations. 

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EAST GREENWICH- At the last East Greenwich School Board meeting, it was announced by Superintendent Alexis Meyer that they had a total of three positive COVID-19 tests out of the 1108 students tested through the BiNax Now Asymptomatic Testing.

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EAST GREENWICH- A facility located at 1600 Division Road, in West Warwick stands dead center in the middle of the town it pays taxes to and East Greenwich. In front of the facility is a childcare center and across the street is the New England Institute of Technology–both residing in East Gr…

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WOONSOCKET — Apparently caving to criticism that they were moving too slowly to help the pandemic-battered restaurant industry, state officials abruptly called for a sooner-than-planned end to the dine-in curfew Friday.

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EAST GREENWICH–It was a mini East Greenwich Schools reunion of sorts on Zoom Tuesday night with former superintendent Victor Mercurio and former school committee chair Carolyn Mark attending the school committee meeting.  

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EAST GREENWICH–When it comes to snow storms in Rhode Island, the only forecasts and predictions that are usually spot on are related to long lines at the grocery store and many people buying milk and bread. When it comes to the weather it’s usually a fluid situation and the forecast changes …

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Before the holiday break the East Greenwich School District had a total of 36 students and 14 staff members with confirmed COVID-19 cases. During the East Greenwich School Committee meeting on Tuesday, superintendent Alexis Meyer informed the committee that as of Jan.18, 72 students and 22 s…

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With two young kids at home doing distance learning, and working remotely as a Territory Manager for New York City Critical Care Supplies for NYC Hospital Intensive Care Units, Jan Cornell saw sadness and depression all around her.

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It was about two months ago when the East Greenwich Fire Department was down to eight available firefighters due to Covid-19. They hope to avoid an issue like that with any department going forward. 

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EAST GREENWICH – While the ongoing pandemic is undoubtedly the biggest challenge facing East Greenwich Schools, newly-elected School Committee Chair Anne Musella looks forward to helping the district set a course of direction once life returns to some semblance of normalcy. 

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KINGSTON – Seeing the fruits (or vegetables) of one’s labor is often gardening’s greatest reward. Still, the state’s top gardeners were recently recognized in the categories of education, newcomer and best overall.

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The Rhode Island State Council on the Arts (RISCA) has awarded nearly $1 million in COVID-19 relief funding, which will provide some much needed assistance to numerous art and culture organizations throughout the state. 

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EAST GREENWICH – Children and parents got an inside look at the dangers of addiction and underage drinking this week in a virtual presentation by Sullivan’s Message, an organization and effort spearheaded by Chris and Kathi Sullivan of Massachusetts. Chris, a former addict and defensive end …

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PROVIDENCE – As Rhode Island’s rate of new infections of COVID-19 became among the worst in the world this week, the state is anticipating about 29,000 vaccine doses being available for public distribution this month. Governor Gina Raimondo recently announced the projection while noting that…

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RHODE ISLAND – The Champlin Foundation announced $18 million of grant funding last week, which will be going toward a diverse group of organizations from around the state. These critical funds will help meet the pressing demands of social services, from fighting hunger and combating the effe…

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EAST GREENWICH – After 21 members of the East Greenwich Fire Department tested positive for COVID-19 last week, the neighboring Town of North Kingstown is providing public safety assistance for local residents and emergencies. At the beginning of the week, East Greenwich had only eight firef…