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A deadline to submit proposals for those interested in leasing the Gatekeeper's House aside the Pawtucket Dam has been extended by more than a month, to Jan. 22. The state Department of Conservation and Recreation is looking to lease the property as a way to earn revenue and have someone fix up and maintain the site.
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Warren Tassone, 32, of 180 Rounds Ave., Providence, was charged with second-degree child molestation after an alleged incident at the school on Wednesday.
He is charged with second degree child molestation and sexual assault. He was released on personal recognizance and ordered to not have contact with the victim.
Rhode Island is the first state in the nation to have taxfree art sales, and for one art gallery in Pawtucket... it means more than just an increase in business.
A crowd of people browse through free coats at the Buy Nothing Day coat exchange outside the Rhode Island Statehouse Friday, Nov. 29, 2013, in Providence, R.I. The state's exchange, where people donate a coat or get one for free, is marking its 17th year and has inspired similar events in Kentucky and Utah.
Shoppers won't be lining up for Thanksgiving Day deals at stores in Rhode Island, Maine and Massachusetts.
Nothing beats a meal from great neighborhood joint. People you know, food you love, what more could you ask for? Here are some of Lil' Rhody's best local haunts for when you need a taste of home.
As I sit writing this column on the first cold and blustery day of the fall season, I listen outside as the whipping wind howls, the crows caw loudly and the day, save the weather, is ironically quiet.
The Sandra Feinstein-Gamm Theatre stages the Rhode Island premiere of The Big Meal, American playwright Dan LeFranc's award-winning play in which generations of a modern-day family whiz by from birth to that inevitable last course.
Mayor Taveras spent the morning reading to preschoolers in Pawtucket. He did it to underscore his race for governor, and to promote his plans for statewidepre kindergarten classes for all kids in Rhode Island.
But among those urban students, about 34 percent - or one in three, on average - still are not graduating on time, the report said.
Two 24-year-old women were arrested Sunday after they allegedly crashed into a car and assaulted the driver while racing another vehicle on West Main Road.