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The event is Wednesday, May 9.
Government, Volunteers in the News
Surfrider Foundation - Rhode Island Chapter held its fourth annual member party on Thursday night update members on the latest projects and encourage new members to join.
The Newport County Chamber of Commerce unanimously voted to oppose increasing the toll on the Newport Pell Bridge and tolls on the Sakonnet River Bridge.
Government, The Neighborhood Files
Parking season will be effective starting May 1 through October 31.
Secretary of State A. Ralph Mollis is reminding voters to be prepared for changes at the polls during Tuesday’s presidential primary elections.
Russell Spencer, 57, of Portsmouth, pleaded guilty Thursday to lying to the FBI on three separate occasions, according to U.S. Attorney Peter Neronha.
Kayak and Dinghy slots and dry camping rentals may soon be introduced at Third Beach
Next week, the Aquidneck Land Trust will mail residents maps and statistics of the most up-to-date view of conserved lands across the island.
Government, Sports, The Neighborhood Files
The RIEDC says that the construction to prepare Fort Adams for the America's Cup is 75 percent complete and on schedule to be completed by May 1.
The House Judiciary Committee will hear a bill today which, if approved, would require an ultrasound and revealing the fetus' sex before any abortion procedure.
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