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Ann Hood on Tragedy, Fame and Her Favorite Stories

The Rhode Island-based author has a gift for exploring the human condition.

The Rhode Island Red Awards

Our annual guide to the dumbest moments of the year.

Small Businesses in Rhode Island

These family companies have what it takes to withstand the test of time.

The Evolution of the Providence Journal

A new editor is shaking things up at the ProJo. Can the paper be saved?

Rhode Islanders of the Year

Meet the women, men and kids who have done the Ocean State proud this year.

Running in the Family

Our parents can influence us in unexpected ways, and that can be a good thing.
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From The Publisher

February Is All About Beer

Don't worry, be hoppy, says RIM publisher John Palumbo.
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Here's How to Apply for RI's New Free College Initiative

Step-by-step guidelines on how to score two years of free college through Rhode Island's Promise.

Crimetown Podcast Named One of the Best of 2016

The series spotlighting organized crime in Providence was named one of “The Best New Podcasts of 2016" by the New York Times.

Horsing Around with PVD's Mounted Command

We got up close and personal with the force's newest equine employees — and the human partners who love them.

Help Support Gotta Have Sole's Shoes for School Program

Help raise enough funds to provide 1,000 children with the footwear they need to begin the 2016-2017 school year on the right foot.

This Sweet Red Ride Addresses the Summer Slide

Providence’s Mobile Library brings reading, math and literacy programs (and prizes!) to the community all summer long.
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Honoring Servicemen and Women with Patches

One man's collection boasts more than 6,500 patches.

Advertising as Art With Providence Painted Signs

Catch their work at the Dean Hotel, Trinity Rep and other local companies.

Curling Comes to Rhode Island

The European sport sweeps up in local ice rinks.

Foster Parrots Saves Captive Birds

The Rhode Island nonprofit is the largest avian rescue organization in the Northeast.

'Zat You, Santa Claus?

A Bristol marketing manager preserves a jolly family legacy.

Tracking Crime on the East Side

How one neighborhood stays safe.

Pick Your Own Christmas Tree in Rhode Island

Local farms provide the full tree-tagging experience.

Holiday Bling in the Jewelry District

Domaine Designs offers a glimpse into Providence’s jewelry history.
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Archive »Reporter

Are We Prepared for the Winter of 2017?

The 2015 and 2016 seasons widened the extreme weather spectrum in Rhode Island.

Rhode Islanders on Probation

How are our legislators addressing the state's out-of-control probation rate?

Rhode Island Is Still Going Hungry

How is the state working to address the problem?

Full House in Tiverton

Voters will decide in November if a new casino should be built in the town.

Crossing School District Lines

How often do kids attend schools in other areas?

Saving the New England Cottontail

Conservationists from six states are working to increase their population.
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