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NORTH PROVIDENCE – Tri-County Community Action Agency has announced it will be offering a second community COVID-19 vaccine clinic tomorrow, Thursday, March 4, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., at the Tri-... more
PROVIDENCE – Former Cumberland Mayor Dan McKee was sworn in as Rhode Island's 76th governor on Tuesday evening, replacing Gina Raimondo after Raimondo was confirmed as commerce secretary in President... more
NORTH SMITHFIELD – A winning $1 million Mega Millions prize purchased in North Smithfield nearly a year ago is about to expire if no one claims it. The winning Mega Millions Quick Pick ticket was... more
WOONSOCKET – THe Rhode Island Department of Health announced on Thursday the state plans to open two more state-run mass vaccination sites, including the former Sears building in Woonsocket. The site... more
PROVIDENCE – The Rhode Island Department of Health is advising consumers in a press release that the FDA is working with El Abuelito Cheese, Inc. to recall all of its cheese products (queso fresco,... more
GLOCESTER – Travis Beaulieu, of Glocester, pictured, has been arrested for a motor vehicle crash that killed one Connecticut woman and her dog on Sunday, Feb. 21. At approximately 7:12 p.m. on... more
Head coach plans to have players lifting in weight room, doing group workouts this spring
WOONSOCKET – The Woonsocket High football team was nowhere to be found on Monday afternoon for the opening day of the RIIL’s “Fall II” season. The Novans weren’t inside their school’s gymnasium... more
PAWTUCKET – The victim of a Feb. 18 shooting in Pawtucket has been identified as Jontel Tavares, age 20. It does not appear to have been a random crime, as Tavares was likely specifically targeted,... more
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CUMBERLAND – When Amet Chelo established the Chelo’s Restaurant with his brothers in 1955, he was adamant with his children that they were no better than anyone else and that they should never use... more