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Travel Advisory: RIDOT Narrows Westminster Street at Route 6/10 Interchange

Lane reduction needed for continued construction of new Westminster Street Bridge The Rhode Island Department of Transportation (RIDOT) has closed one of the two westbound lanes on Westminster Stree…
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Scituate Barracks

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Wickford Barracks

At 12:20 PM, Troopers arrested Brian Stevens, age 35, of 60 Grove Street Apartment #3, Lincoln, Rhode Island on an Affidavit and Arrest Warrant for Obstruction and Operating on a Suspended License ou…
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Klein ’20: Will the Dodgers finally win a championship in 2020?

The Los Angeles Dodgers have experienced an unfortunate number of heartbreaking postseason exits over the past decade; while they have reached the playoffs in each of the last seven MLB seasons, they…
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Fox Point Neighborhood Assoc. President Cicchitelli enters Ward 1 Race

Nick Cicchitelli thought his opportunity for public service had come in 2010, when he worked on the gubernatorial campaign of then Rhode Island General Treasurer Frank Caprio. Caprio lost. In 2014, h…
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Meals on Wheels America News - President's Budget Threatens to Make Things Worse for Seniors

Funding for Meals on Wheels is failing to keep up with the rapidly growing need, and the President's budget proposal threatens to make it even worse.Donate today to help protect America's seniors.The…
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Ren ’23: Why not take a math class?

I was chatting with a friend the other day when I accidentally unearthed a source of deep psychological trauma — I asked her how math class was going. All the joy left her face in an instant, replace…
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Emily Hipchen appointed head of English Nonfiction Writing Program

For years, Professor Emily Hipchen planned on becoming a surgeon. But late last year, she was appointed director of Brown’s English Nonfiction Writing Program.
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38 Brown students named Fulbright scholars

With 38 award recipients, the University produced the second-most Fulbright students among all U.S. institutions for the 2019-20 school year, according to the Chronicle of Higher Education.
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Brown announces new residence hall plan

On Feb. 18, the University announced a plan for a new residential community that will add an estimated 130,000 square feet and 375 beds to the University’s undergraduate housing inventory.
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RPLs receive raise, additional responsibilities

Residential Peer Leaders will receive a 20 percent increase in their stipend for the coming school year, along with an added responsibility to assist students who have been locked out of their dorms.
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Brown men’s basketball splits weekend trip to Penn, Princeton

The men’s basketball team rallied from 11 points down in the first half against Penn Friday to dominate the second half and emerge with a 75-63 road victory. But the Bears failed to make another come…
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Childhood asthma burdens Providence’s low-income communities

In November 2018, Mónica Huertas’ daughter, a pre-school student, was discharged from Hasbro Children’s Hospital in Providence after spending two days in the pediatric intensive care unit for asthma …
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Meals on Wheels America News - Protect America's Seniors

Funding for Meals on Wheels is failing to keep up with the rapidly growing need, and the President's budget proposal threatens to make it even worse.Donate today to help protect America's seniors.The…
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Meals on Wheels America News - Act Now for America's Hungry and Lonely Seniors!

We know you care about seniors across the country.Today, we're asking you to help us continue the fight.The Older Americans Act (OAA) is a critical source of funding for programs like Meals on Wheels…
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