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[House of Deputies] Responding to calls from Episcopalians across the church to act on behalf of families seeking asylum at the southern U. S. border, a team of concerned leaders heading to General…

United Nurses and Allied Professionals (UNAP) Legal Counsel Chris Callaci issued a statement after Special Counsel Max Wistow sued Prospect Medical Holdings; Prospect CharterCare; the Roman Catholic Diocese of Providence and others for wrongdoing in the collapse of the St. Joseph Health Services of Rhode Island...

"House Republicans plowed under common sense protections for clean water with provisions that would repeal safeguards for streams, wetlands, and drinking water and make it easier for toxic pesticides to get into our rivers and lakes."

How do you create a school that is inclusive, collaborative and equitable? That is the question The Design School at Arizona State University is asking design leaders across the country through ReDesign.School, a new platform focused on the future of design education.

A Los Angeles Police Department officer has pleaded not guilty to murder and vehicular manslaughter charges filed against him after authorities say he was driving while drunk when he crashed into another vehicle in Whittier — killing three family members, a spokesperson for Los Angeles County Superior Court told KTLA Wednesday.

Read on for some tips for getting the details of your kitchen — the hood, appliances and lighting — just right. Which one would you try in your home? Select finishes that you love, regardless of wh…

When people think about heart surgery, it is usually the idea of “open heart surgery.” This surgery is considered invasive. It not only includes a large incision in the chest, but also, the heart is stopped and the patient is put on a heart-lung machine during the procedure. In the last two decades, great advances have been made in the field of minimally invasive procedures. Treating…

Artificial Intelligence is Redefining CRM By CIOReview - The increased competition among businesses in the last two decades has provided customers with more product choices, pushing...

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Colten Jeffrey Foster, age 19, of Basehor, Kansas passed away on Monday, June 18th, 2018. A Celebration of Colten’s Life will be 5:30pm Friday, June 22nd, at the First Baptist Church of Basehor. His family has requested that you come as you are in casual dress. In lieu of flowers, the family is taking donations to help fund community awareness of depression and suicide prevention, those donations can be made to Jeff and Gina Foster and dropped off at the Service, or mailed…

The Learning Community, an innovative urban K-8 charter school with an 86% poverty rate, 57% Spanish-speaking families and high student achievement, is a warm and welcoming school that believes dee…

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pic.twitter.com/RL1hCSeNnH — Timothy Burke (@bubbaprog) March 31, 2018
There’s definitely a danger to our democracy here – but it’s coming from Sinclair Broadcasting. They’re already the largest owner of local TV stations in the country, but now they’re trying to get even bigger – which would help them expand their reach even further, and replace local, independent coverage with mass-produced, ideological content dictated from corporate headquarters…

PROVIDENCE, R.I. — In a classic end-of-session move, the members of the House Labor Committee slipped away — while the House was still in

WASHINGTON (CNS) — From Denver to New York City, the country’s Catholic bishops have joined a chorus of organizations, institutions and high-profile individuals urging the Trump administration to …

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June 21, 2018
Nicole Verdi was elected President of the Roger Williams University School of Law Alumni Association for the 2018 – 2019 term. As President, Nicole will the lead the RWU Law Alumni Board of Directors. The RWU Law Alumni Association works to engage alumni members to participate in alumni events and support the law school

When we think of vacation, we usually think of a time to sit back, relax, and unwind from the world of work and everyday schedules. Vacation gets us out from behind our desks or away from the repetitive, physical strain of our jobs. It also offers an opportunity to heal and rejuvenate our minds.

Join the Boston Surface Railroad Company staff for a relaxing day of sightseeing food and conversation
Depart Worcester Union Station at 9:00 AM. Passengers may also park in Woonsocket and take our shuttle bus at 7:30 AM to Worcester, then later disembark at Woonsocket Depot on the return trip
Proceed to New London, CT via Plainfield and Norwich through the scenic Connecticut countryside along the Quinebaug,…

The Environmental Protection Agency made news recently for excluding reporters from a “summit” meeting on chemical contamination in drinking water. Episodes like this are symptoms of a larger problem: an ongoing, broad-scale takeover of the agency by industries it regulates.
We are social scientists with interests in environmental health, environmental justice and inequality and democracy.

If you believe you have been seriously injured due to Physiomesh Patch, call the Law Firm of d'Oliveira & Associates today at 1-800-992-6878.

There is no question that employee pay should be based on the quantity and quality of a person’s work, and not on gender, race, ethnicity or other

PROVIDENCE, R.I. — House Speaker Nicholas Mattiello Wednesday said the Pawtucket Red Sox told him they are "interested" in his proposed

6.20.2018: All-State Rhode Island award winners with Red Sox legend Pedro Martinez at the Providence Journal awards banquet Wednesday evening.

An investigation conducted by city and state police revealed Wednesday night that Councilman Brian J. Faria harassed, intimidated and swore at city

Lawmakers voted 55 to 17 to change the name of T.F. Green Airport to Rhode Island International Airport. The bill now moves to the Senate.

Not every pathogen is made the same. Some are relatively harmless bugs, causing a disease that can be treated and prevented. Others are a cause for alarm, creating a deadly disease that can quickly spread across a region. So, how do we know when a disease has the capabilities to become a global pandemic?

Their friendship is cemented by an experience no woman wants to share with another mother.
Stephanie Potts and Tara Cirella hadn’t met before last

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PROVIDENCE CITY HISTORIC PRESERVATION COMMISSION MEETING AGENDA 164 North Gateway Drive, Providence UT June 21, 2018 6:00 p.m. The Providence City Historic Preservation Commission (HPC) will begin discussing the following agenda items at 6:00 p.m. Anyone interested is invited to attend. Minutes: Item No. 1. Approval of the Minutes. The HPC will consider approval of the minutes from the April 17, 2018…

Everyone looks forward to summer and all the outdoor fun it brings. From Memorial Day parades to backyard BBQ’s, pool parties, graduations, weddings…

The governor's announcement Wednesday that the state would not accept migrant children into DCYF care if asked by federal authorities came as the

PROVIDENCE — Rhode Island College named Tom Glynn as its new head men’s basketball coach on Wednesday.
Glynn spent the past four seasons

From two-toned cabinetry to unexpected concrete elements, here are the top trends that some of our design professionals are seeing dominate the world of kitchen design. Whether you’re partial…