Travel in Providence, RI

Long-time television journalist Jim Taricani has died at 69 years of age.
His long-time colleague at WJAR-10 Dyana Koelsch writes about Taricani in a statement for the family:

Maybe we were fools to be skeptical about this weekend’s new ‘Toy Story’ movie, which is clever, emotional, and sweet, and has a plastic spork contemplating the meaning of life.

In an effort to better serve some businesses and manufacturers in the Warren/Bristol area, the Rhode Island Public Transit Authority (RIPTA) announced today that it is launching two additional trips on Route 61X in mid-June. After meeting with town officials and some area business leaders, RIPTA is adding a morning trip from Providence to the East Bay area as well as a new trip in the afternoon which will run from East Bay back to Providence. The two new trips will go into…

Roger Williams University
New Student and Family Orientation is the first step in your academic journey at Roger Williams University. This program helps to prepare you to make a successful transition to the RWU community by giving you an overview of the curricular and co-curricular opportunities the University has to offer, providing you with a chance to meet faculty and staff available to assist you, helping…

Thank you again for attending the presentation by Roger Brooks
Because of your interest in this topic of Downtown Destinations, we wanted to forward an invitation from our friends at GrowSmartRI
It's for a free presentation coming up in Bristol that will focus on creating safe, attractive, and engaging streets and business corridors .
They'll have an expert panel talking about public art, pedestrian and bicycle…

In addition to learning how to set up concerts, dance shows and poetry slams, the members of RWU’s stage crew develop skills that can transfer to any position after graduation.

The local and global projects of our Civic Scholars are crucial contributors to Roger Williams’s mission to build the university the world needs now, said President-Designate Ioannis Miaoulis
"We are proud to be a university that builds and sustains relationships with our communities,” Miaoulis said. “Community engagement both equips our students with the experiential knowledge they need to succeed as professionals and addresses the challenges that…

Remember, YOUR GIFT is the one that makes the difference! Friend, Today—for 24 hours only – your gift to the Campaign for Civic Scholars means that hundreds more RWU students will set their hands, their hearts, and their minds toward making a difference for the many communities we serve. The McGraw Family, inspired by the work of our Civic Scholars, have pledged $100,000 if, on a single Day of Giving, we can raise $100,000. Plus, there are many other challenges today to support…

The dedication of a commemorative plaque at RWU Law, honoring the first 176 women to join the state bar, draws an overflow crowd celebrating strides made - and recognizing the work still to be done.

The Roger Williams University Equestrian team qualified for the IHSA National Championship after winning the Zone 1 Championship this past weekend.
This marks the first time in program history that Roger Williams will compete in the team division of the national championship. -

BRISTOL — A team of third-year law students from Roger Williams University School of Law won the championship at a prestigious national admiralty