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The Rhode Island Senate passed two bills Tuesday to improve school safety, but they also make safety plans exempt from public records. What do you think? Should these plans be made public?
U.S. Senator Jack Reed joined local farmers Monday at Escobar’s Highland Farm in Portsmouth to announce a major new federal grant for the Rhode Island Dairy Farms Cooperative.
Schools, Sports, The Neighborhood Files
The annual Beast of the East Tournament will be held this Saturday and Sunday at Portsmouth's Glen Farm on East Main Road.
Police & Fire, Schools
According to URI officials and state police, they now believe there no was gun or active shooter ever on campus.
Business, Arts, The Neighborhood Files
It might be winter still, but local businesses are preparing to spring forward at the big annual flower show.
Business, Holiday Guide
From Glocester to Portsmouth, farmers markets offer Rhode Island-grown and produced products.
The Coast Guard is seeking public assistance after receiving a report of an unmanned and adrift boat in Mount Hope Bay.
Government, Police & Fire
Caleb Chafee, the son of Lincoln Chafee, appeared in court and pleaded to violating the state's Social Host Law.
Arts, Local Connections
Here's where you can view Fourth of July fireworks displays.
Arts, The Neighborhood Files
Wes Anderson's film, shot entirely in Rhode Island, will make its way to theaters on June 22.
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