EAST PROVIDENCE – A rabid coyote apprehended in East Providence last week is only the third coyote in Rhode Island to test positive for the rabies virus since 1994, according to city animal control officials.
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It’s not all that often that we look to the skies and beg for a rainy day or two, particularly on the final weekend of summer, but Rhode Island sure could use a few days of wet weather right about now.
By JONATHAN BISSONNETTE
Pawtucket, East Providence and Woonsocket are among communities getting additional Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) pandemic relief funds to boost local health, safety, and economic assistance projects.
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PAWTUCKET – Seth Blair’s story reads like a Hollywood script: Pitcher throws in the towel, experiences a change of heart, undergoes great lengths to revamp his game, then receives a shot to prove himself in a way he hadn’t before.
Avoid making yourself the story is considered one of journalism’s cardinal rules. Considering how often it was stressed at the onset of my sportswriting career, it might as well have been THE Golden Rule.
LINCOLN – When the time came for Rachael Mongeau to decide on her post-high school running destination, she turned to a voice of reason and clarity.
PAWTUCKET — Alex Bautista admitted there were days this summer, while running or putting himself through assorted soccer drills at a local field, that he pondered whether it was just a waste of time and effort.
The City of Pawtucket’s Arts and Culture Commission hosts a major exhibit of the work of 90-year-old, internationally-acclaimed artist, Mihail Simeonov, running from Sept. 19 through Dec. 31, 2019. An opening reception to meet Mihai will be held at Pawtucket City Hall, Thursday, Sept. 19, fr…
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