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The Providence Journal
Red Sox chat at noon: Join Tim and Bill in the chat room for all things Red Sox It's time to chat. Providence Journal Red Sox writer Tim Britton and Sports e
The Providence Journal / Posted yesterday
It's time to chat. Providence Journal Red Sox writer Tim Britton and Sports editor Bill Corey will talk all things Red Sox. Today's starts at noon, but you can post your... Read more
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Denton Record-Chronicle
Froma Harrop: Great comfort to knowwe have each otheran honest conversation with none of that social media showboating. There is gre
Denton Record-Chronicle / Posted yesterday
an honest conversation with none of that social media showboating. There is great comfort in knowing we have each other. FROMA HARROP writes for The Providence Journal. Her column is distributed by Creators Syndicate Inc.Taking you back to O... Read more
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The Herald News
Fall River schools reviewing hiring practices after teacher's arrestthe facts that were able to be revealed by the police of the inappropriate touc
The Herald News / Posted yesterday
the facts that were able to be revealed by the police of the inappropriate touching of these teenagers at the mall.” The Providence Journal reported on Wednesday that Labriola was arrested on June 12 after the alleged victims — all between the... Read more
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NBC News
Rhode Island passes law banning youth conversion therapycare providers from using so-called gay conversion therapy to change a minor’s
NBC News / Posted yesterday
care providers from using so-called gay conversion therapy to change a minor’s sexual orientation or gender identity. The Providence Journal reports Rhode Island has become the 10th state along with Washington D.C. to pass such a law. The law... Read more
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The Herald News
Fall River teacher charged with molesting girls at Providence Place mallAmanda Milkovits The Providence Journal PROVIDENCE — A special education teach
The Herald News / Posted 2 days ago
Amanda Milkovits The Providence Journal PROVIDENCE — A special education teacher from Fall River is accused of molesting and grabbing nine underage girls as they walked around Providence Place mall. Matthew Labriola, 35, of Plainville, Mass., was... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Panel could soon consider high-rise for former I-195 landand the source of any governmental help with financing. McNally says the commi
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 5 days ago
and the source of any governmental help with financing. McNally says the commission is considering taking action to move the proposal further along when it meets again. Information from: The Providence Journal, http://www.providencejo... Read more
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Boston Herald
Canadian P.M. gets low-brow welcomekeynote address at the National Governors Association’s conference in Providenc
Boston Herald / Posted 6 days ago
keynote address at the National Governors Association’s conference in Providence Friday — but if he picked up a copy of The Providence Journal that morning, he’d have thought the city was excited about one thing: his butt. That’s right. Former... Read more
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Your Hometown Lima Stations
Town to replace lead water lines in Flint-inspired programa utility to replace lead drinking water lines in a pilot program inspired by t
Your Hometown Lima Stations / Posted 6 days ago
a utility to replace lead drinking water lines in a pilot program inspired by the water crisis in Flint, Michigan. The Providence Journal reports (http://bit.ly/2tWGBEG ) that North Providence is committing $270,000 in federal grant funds to... Read more
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9&10 News Cadillac
Town to replace lead water lines in Flint-inspired programa utility to replace lead drinking water lines in a pilot program inspired by t
9&10 News Cadillac / Posted 6 days ago
a utility to replace lead drinking water lines in a pilot program inspired by the water crisis in Flint, Michigan. The Providence Journal reports (http://bit.ly/2tWGBEG ) that North Providence is committing $270,000 in federal grant funds to... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Town to replace lead water lines in Flint-inspired programa utility to replace lead drinking water lines in a pilot program inspired by t
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 6 days ago
a utility to replace lead drinking water lines in a pilot program inspired by the water crisis in Flint, Michigan. The Providence Journal reports (http://bit.ly/2tWGBEG ) that North Providence is committing $270,000 in federal grant funds to... Read more
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The Providence Journal
Red Sox chat at noon: Join Tim and Bill in the chat room for all things Red Sox It's Thursday, and time to chat. Providence Journal Red Sox writer Tim Britto
The Providence Journal / Posted 9 days ago
It's Thursday, and time to chat. Providence Journal Red Sox writer Tim Britton and Sports editor Bill Corey will talk all things Red Sox beginning at noon today, but you... Read more
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MyMotherLode.com
John Quinn a founding editor at USA Today dies at age 91Center. Quinn is survived by two adult children. Quinn was a Rhode Island nati
MyMotherLode.com / Posted 9 days ago
Center. Quinn is survived by two adult children. Quinn was a Rhode Island native. He began his career as a copy boy at The Providence Journal-Bulletin while he studied at Providence College. He worked his way up to managing editor before leaving to... Read more
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FOX Business
John Quinn, a founding editor at USA Today, dies at age 91Center. Quinn is survived by two adult children. Quinn was a Rhode Island nati
FOX Business / Posted 9 days ago
Center. Quinn is survived by two adult children. Quinn was a Rhode Island native. He began his career as a copy boy at The Providence Journal-Bulletin while he studied at Providence College. He worked his way up to managing editor before leaving to... Read more
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FOX Business
John Quinn, a founding editor at USA Today, dies at age 91Center. Quinn is survived by two adult children. Quinn was a Rhode Island nati
FOX Business / Posted 9 days ago
Center. Quinn is survived by two adult children. Quinn was a Rhode Island native. He began his career as a copy boy at The Providence Journal-Bulletin while he studied at Providence College. He worked his way up to managing editor before leaving to... Read more
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Chattanooga Times Free Press
John Quinn, a founding editor at USA Today, dies at age 91Center. Quinn is survived by two adult children. Quinn was a Rhode Island nati
Chattanooga Times Free Press / Posted 9 days ago
Center. Quinn is survived by two adult children. Quinn was a Rhode Island native. He began his career as a copy boy at The Providence Journal-Bulletin while he studied at Providence College. He worked his way up to managing editor before leaving to... Read more
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NBC Sports: ProFootballTalk
Derek Rivers looking to join Patriots’ edge-rusher rotation“I want to play, obviously,” Rivers said, via Mark Daniels of the Providence Jo
NBC Sports: ProFootballTalk / Posted 10 days ago
“I want to play, obviously,” Rivers said, via Mark Daniels of the Providence Journal. “I definitely want to play, but I want to help. I want to get into my role and exceed at my role whatever that maybe. That’s what I want to do. I want to exceed in... Read more
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FOX Business
Opening of proposed power plant delayed until 2020The opening of a proposed natural gas-fired power plant in Rhode Island has bee
FOX Business / Posted 10 days ago
The opening of a proposed natural gas-fired power plant in Rhode Island has been delayed until at least 2020. The Providence Journal reports that Invenergy cited "delays in permitting" when it informed the state Energy Facility Siting Board this... Read more
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FOX Business
Opening of proposed power plant delayed until 2020a proposed natural gas-fired power plant in Rhode Island has been delayed until
FOX Business / Posted 10 days ago
a proposed natural gas-fired power plant in Rhode Island has been delayed until at least 2020. Continue Reading Below The Providence Journal reports that Invenergy cited "delays in permitting" when it informed the state Energy Facility Siting... Read more
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The Herald News
R.I. bill banning drivers from talking on hand-held cellphones signedKatherine Gregg The Providence Journal PROVIDENCE — By this time next year, dr
The Herald News / Posted 11 days ago
Katherine Gregg The Providence Journal PROVIDENCE — By this time next year, driving while talking on a hand-held cellphone will be illegal in Rhode Island. On Monday, Governor Raimondo signed legislation to outlaw the use of any held-held “personal... Read more
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The Herald News
R.I. school districts taking a hit from state budget impasseLinda Borg The Providence Journal PROVIDENCE — The budget impasse between the
The Herald News / Posted 11 days ago
Linda Borg The Providence Journal PROVIDENCE — The budget impasse between the leaders of the Rhode Island House and Senate is taking a toll on state aid to local school districts. The Rhode Island Department of Education met Monday morning with... Read more
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The Herald News
City officials cool to idea of PawSox coming to Fall Riverconcerning funding for a new stadium has created an opportunity for other munic
The Herald News / Posted 12 days ago
concerning funding for a new stadium has created an opportunity for other municipalities to make their pitch, The Providence Journal reported Wednesday. This time around, Correia spokesman Faust Fiore did not yet have any comment on the... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
White House, technology share historyless than a year after Alexander Graham Bell patented his telephone prototype.
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 13 days ago
less than a year after Alexander Graham Bell patented his telephone prototype. Rutherford B. Hayes was president. The Providence Journal reported on his first call: "The President listened carefully while a gradually increasing smile wreathed... Read more
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The Herald News
UMass Dartmouth dean headed to URIG. Wayne Miller The Providence Journal SOUTH KINGSTOWN, R.I. – The University
The Herald News / Posted 15 days ago
G. Wayne Miller The Providence Journal SOUTH KINGSTOWN, R.I. – The University of Rhode Island has named Jeannette E. Riley, of the University of Massachusetts at Dartmouth, to be dean of its College of Arts and Sciences, URI’s largest academic... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Suspect who fled police and hit cruisers arrested, chargedVincent D'Ambra, of Coventry, was taken into custody by state police from West
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 16 days ago
Vincent D'Ambra, of Coventry, was taken into custody by state police from West Warwick police early Thursday. The Providence Journal reports (http://bit.ly/2uugy7U ) police were originally trying to arrest him as part of an ongoing... Read more
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Lowell Sun
Pawtucket Red Sox to consider ballpark proposals from other citiesTeam officials say the move is "prudent and fair" given the uncertainty they fa
Lowell Sun / Posted 16 days ago
Team officials say the move is "prudent and fair" given the uncertainty they face upon the expiration of their lease. The Providence Journal reports that state lawmakers introduced legislation and agreed last week to consider a potential stadium... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
PawSox to consider ballpark proposals from other citiessay the move is "prudent and fair" given the uncertainty they face upon the exp
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 16 days ago
say the move is "prudent and fair" given the uncertainty they face upon the expiration of their lease. The Providence Journal reports that state lawmakers introduced legislation and agreed last week to consider a potential stadium... Read more
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Denton Record-Chronicle
Froma Harrop: American flag not a raggroups had been restricting such displays. Let people use their discretion, an
Denton Record-Chronicle / Posted 18 days ago
groups had been restricting such displays. Let people use their discretion, and just so you know, the flag is not a rag. FROMA HARROP writes for The Providence Journal. Her column is distributed by Creators Syndicate Inc.Taking you back to Op... Read more
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Northwest Herald
The harm of alternative truthsan unprecedented and "revolutionary" report. What made it revolutionary was the
Northwest Herald / Posted 19 days ago
an unprecedented and "revolutionary" report. What made it revolutionary was the author Nick Mottern, a reporter for the Providence Journal, had no background in science, nutrition or human health. Then Carol Tucker, a consumer activist who... Read more
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The Providence Journal
John Gillooly: Public school coaches should be allowed to recruit their ownthat town has an amazing English language learner program or an amazing robotic
The Providence Journal / Posted 20 days ago
that town has an amazing English language learner program or an amazing robotics program,” the Governor was quoted in the Providence Journal at the time. The Governor may have been a little naive about one of the big reasons why a student would... Read more
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The Columbian
White House resembles patchwork of upgradesless than a year after Alexander Graham Bell patented his telephone prototype.
The Columbian / Posted 21 days ago
less than a year after Alexander Graham Bell patented his telephone prototype. Rutherford B. Hayes was president. The Providence Journal reported on his first call: “The President listened carefully while a gradually increasing smile wreathed... Read more
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The Florida Times-Union
From telephones to Twitter, the White House has a fascinating history of tech upgradesless than a year after Alexander Graham Bell patented his telephone prototype.
The Florida Times-Union / Posted 23 days ago
less than a year after Alexander Graham Bell patented his telephone prototype. Rutherford B. Hayes was president. The Providence Journal reported on his first call: “The President listened carefully while a gradually increasing smile wreathed... Read more
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The Providence Journal
VIDEO: Billy Andrade at Salem Country Clubshot a practice round today at Salem Country Club, Peabody, Mass., ahead of tom
The Providence Journal / Posted 23 days ago
shot a practice round today at Salem Country Club, Peabody, Mass., ahead of tomorrow's start to the U.S. Senior Open. Providence Journal columnist Kevin McNamara caught up with him and chatted about their 1981 Providence Journal All-States... Read more
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WBTV Charlotte
Charlotte man stopped in Rhode Island carrying cache of guns, ammo, smoke grenadessubstance. How Thompson got the stash of guns and why he was in Rhode Island i
WBTV Charlotte / Posted 24 days ago
substance. How Thompson got the stash of guns and why he was in Rhode Island is still under investigation, reported the Providence Journal. Court records in North Carolina show Thompson has a list of charges – including robbery and kidnapping –... Read more
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The Providence Journal
Red Sox chat at noon: Join Brian and Tim in the chat room for all things Red Sox Join Providence Journal Red Sox writers Brian MacPherson and Tim Britton, alo
The Providence Journal / Posted 24 days ago
Join Providence Journal Red Sox writers Brian MacPherson and Tim Britton, along with Sports editor Bill Corey, to chat about all things Red Sox. Today's chat starts at... Read more
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Denton Record-Chronicle
Froma Harrop: Democrats should shakeoff their depressionin 2006 and the Senate and White House in 2008. Things change, and -- depressi
Denton Record-Chronicle / Posted 24 days ago
in 2006 and the Senate and White House in 2008. Things change, and -- depressives take note -- not always for the worse. FROMA HARROP writes for The Providence Journal. Her column is distributed by Creators Syndicate Inc.Taking you back to Op... Read more
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FOX News
$1M lottery prize split 42 ways? About $16K a pieceeach will receive a lump sum payment of about $16,000 after taxes. Bridget Tur
FOX News / Posted 24 days ago
each will receive a lump sum payment of about $16,000 after taxes. Bridget Turgeon, a spokeswoman for the group, tells the Providence Journal that two other co-workers often buy in but decided not to take part this week despite being urged to do so... Read more
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The Providence Journal
At the Schools: 1981 Hendricken swim team to be honoredwill be inducted posthumously. Honor Roll time There still is time for school
The Providence Journal / Posted 25 days ago
will be inducted posthumously. Honor Roll time There still is time for schools to submit nominations for the 2017 Providence Journal Honor Roll Girl and Boy awards. The Honor Roll nominees are the top senior student-athletes in the state.... Read more
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CBS Sports
Fister starts for Red Sox against team that waived himgoing to be a tough guy to beat on Sunday," Angels reliever Huston Street, who
CBS Sports / Posted 27 days ago
going to be a tough guy to beat on Sunday," Angels reliever Huston Street, who recently rehabbed with Salt Lake, told the Providence Journal. "He looked very sharp, in command. He and I had a lot of discussions about what his plan was going to... Read more
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WSOC-TV Charlotte
Facing economic pressure, Johnson and Wales plans layoffsuniversity announced it will lay off three percent of its 2,400 employees which
WSOC-TV Charlotte / Posted 28 days ago
university announced it will lay off three percent of its 2,400 employees which amounts to about 72 positions. The Providence Journal reports faculty will not be affected by the staffing changes. According to a statement, the school... Read more
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WSOC-TV Charlotte
Facing economic pressure, Johnson and Wales plans layoffsuniversity announced it will lay off three percent of its 2,400 employees which
WSOC-TV Charlotte / Posted 28 days ago
university announced it will lay off three percent of its 2,400 employees which amounts to about 72 positions. The Providence Journal reports (http://bit.ly/2rYJs2n ) faculty will not be affected by the staffing changes. According to a... Read more
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WBTV Charlotte
Facing economic pressure, Johnson and Wales plans layoffsuniversity announced it will lay off three percent of its 2,400 employees which
WBTV Charlotte / Posted 28 days ago
university announced it will lay off three percent of its 2,400 employees which amounts to about 72 positions. The Providence Journal reports (http://bit.ly/2rYJs2n ) faculty will not be affected by the staffing changes. According to a... Read more
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WECT 6 Wilmington
Facing economic pressure, Johnson and Wales plans layoffsuniversity announced it will lay off three percent of its 2,400 employees which
WECT 6 Wilmington / Posted 28 days ago
university announced it will lay off three percent of its 2,400 employees which amounts to about 72 positions. The Providence Journal reports (http://bit.ly/2rYJs2n ) faculty will not be affected by the staffing changes. According to a... Read more
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The Providence Journal
LIVE CHAT: SuperTwo Red Sox chat with Tim and BrianRed Sox chat at noon: Join Tim and Brian for today's Red Sox chat Join Provide
The Providence Journal / Posted 29 days ago
Red Sox chat at noon: Join Tim and Brian for today's Red Sox chat Join Providence Journal Red Sox writers Brian MacPherson and Tim Britton, along with Sports editor Bill Corey, to chat about all things Red Sox. The chat starts at noon, but you can... Read more
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The Providence Journal
Red Sox chat at noon: Join Tim and Brian for today's Red Sox chat Join Providence Journal Red Sox writers Brian MacPherson and Tim Britton, alo
The Providence Journal / Posted 30 days ago
Join Providence Journal Red Sox writers Brian MacPherson and Tim Britton, along with Sports editor Bill Corey, to chat about all things Red Sox. The chat starts at noon, but you can... Read more

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