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CRANSTON – On this, the 11th day of the Stop & Shop strike, I ponder how the little things in life that should not impact you in a significant way can strike at the heart of your … more
Editors Note: It is no secret that Rhode Island is experiencing a surge in mental health and behavioral health issues, for both adults and children.Not only is the demand for services surging, but … more
PORTSMOUTH – A newly certified recovery house, The Blessing Way, in partnership with The Trinity Village, opened its doors on May 1, at 2538 East Main Rd., with the arrival of the first mother … more
PROVIDENCE – On Tuesday, May 14, the R.I. Senate Judiciary Committee voted against Sen. Gayle Goldin’s Reproductive Health Care Act. In order for the bill to move to the floor for a vote, … more
PORTSMOUTH – There were no TV cameras or radio microphones in attendance. The stars of the show took center stage before the actual speaking program began, as the four of kids residing in the … more
PROVIDENCE – At the monthly meeting of the Task Force on Overdose Prevention and Intervention held on Wednesday, March 13, with an overflow crowd approaching 160 people, Kimberly Paull, the … more
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