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Where you should eat, drink, and celebrate for St. Patrick’s Day in Rhode Island
Ahead of two of the biggest parades in Rhode Island — in Newport and Providence — here’s where you should plan to eat, drink, and celebrate.
Recent surge in US women with a disability may be due to long COVID
For the women affected, setbacks in careers may further derail pre-COVID progress in the gender wage gap.
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Once owned by the ‘greatest female golfer,’ a Narragansett home lists for $12m
Hints of the home’s history — and the late Glenna Collett Vare — are scattered throughout, from illustrated wallpaper to green-painted trim.
Homelessness in Rhode Island
Coverage of the housing and homelessness crisis by the staff of Globe Rhode Island.
Days after testifying to R.I. lawmakers, the Strong family is homeless again
Unlike other states, no-fault evictions are not sealed in Rhode Island — and the one on the Strong family’s record is making it nearly impossible for them to find a home.
R.I. program works to prevent evictions among those with hoarding disabilities
Hoarding Intervention Response and Evaluation program from Westbay Community Action in Warwick aims to keep people in their homes.
7 things R.I. renters should know about newly proposed housing legislation
R.I. House Speaker Shekarchi unveiled his long-awaited housing legislation package Thursday, which focuses on streamlining the production process and providing some relief to tenants.
After nearly six decades, Boston’s Black-owned paper passes to new owners
After founding the weekly African American-focused newspaper in 1965, Melvin B. Miller sold the Banner to two new Black owners: former WBZ-TV photojournalist Ron Mitchell and filmmaker André Stark.