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The Brockton Enterprise
Officials: Homelessness rare in Raynham despite recent incidentBy Jordan Deschenes / Taunton Gazette RAYNHAM — News of a 58-year-old woman wh
The Brockton Enterprise / Posted 13 days ago
By Jordan Deschenes / Taunton Gazette RAYNHAM — News of a 58-year-old woman who was MedFlighted from Gushee Pond to Rhode Island Hospital on Saturday came as a surprise to at least one town official. The unnamed woman, who was suffering from... Read more
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The Norwich Bulletin
Vietnam veteran presented with Bronze Star he was awarded during warhe had enough strength and courage to get up, commandeer a vehicle to make it b
The Norwich Bulletin / Posted 14 days ago
he had enough strength and courage to get up, commandeer a vehicle to make it back.” As he was recovering in a Newport, Rhode Island, hospital in 1970, Joslin was presented with the Bronze Star with “V” device denoting valor in combat. “But I... Read more
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The Herald News
Fentanyl testing kits could save lives, Brown researchers saycan help us change our behaviors and how safely we engage in these activities,”
The Herald News / Posted 14 days ago
can help us change our behaviors and how safely we engage in these activities,” said Green, Senior Research Scientist at Rhode Island Hospital, and Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine and Epidemiology at Warren Alpert Medical School of... Read more
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The Herald News
Woman seriously injured in Second Street rolloverMichael Holtzman Herald News Staff Reporter @MDHoltzman FALL RIVER – A female
The Herald News / Posted 15 days ago
Michael Holtzman Herald News Staff Reporter @MDHoltzman FALL RIVER – A female driver was taken by ambulance to Rhode Island Hospital with serious injuries Monday afternoon after the car she was driving flipped over near the Sullivan Center Head... Read more
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The Herald News
Cyberbullying barrage brings Brockton High teen to the brinkfor a 2015 study by the group reported experiencing cyberbullying, against just
The Herald News / Posted 15 days ago
for a 2015 study by the group reported experiencing cyberbullying, against just 28 percent of boys. Also, a 2016 study by Rhode Island Hospital published in the journal General Hospital Psychiatry found that about half of teenagers treated in the... Read more
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The Brockton Enterprise
Woman with hypothermia in Raynham flown to hospitalbeen exposed to elements for some time" as stated in the press release. Police
The Brockton Enterprise / Posted 17 days ago
been exposed to elements for some time" as stated in the press release. Police said the woman may have been homeless. She was transported to Rhode Island hospital with serious injuries, police said. Her current condition is unknown at this... Read more
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The Brown Daily Herald
CNE-Partners merger moves forward despite University concernsHowever, in Rhode Island, physicians are a part of many different health care g
The Brown Daily Herald / Posted 18 days ago
However, in Rhode Island, physicians are a part of many different health care groups. For example, doctors within Rhode Island Hospital belong to different companies and practices. As a kidney specialist who sees patients that often have... Read more
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The Brockton Enterprise
Cyberbullying barrage brings Brockton High teen to the brinkfor a 2015 study by the group reported experiencing cyberbullying, against just
The Brockton Enterprise / Posted 21 days ago
for a 2015 study by the group reported experiencing cyberbullying, against just 28 percent of boys. Also, a 2016 study by Rhode Island Hospital published in the journal General Hospital Psychiatry found that about half of teenagers treated in the... Read more
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Boston Globe
Two killed in Rhode Island crashSmith, 33, of South Kingstown were killed in the crash, the release stated. Th
Boston Globe / Posted 24 days ago
Smith, 33, of South Kingstown were killed in the crash, the release stated. The driver and another passenger were taken to Rhode Island Hospital with injuries that were not life-threatening. State Police said the cause of the crash is still under... Read more
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Boston Herald
Taunton police find gun after double shootingone of the men was shot four times and the brother with the gun suffered one gu
Boston Herald / Posted 29 days ago
one of the men was shot four times and the brother with the gun suffered one gunshot wound to the arm. Both were taken to Rhode Island Hospital. Taunton police spokesman Lt. Paul Roderick said detectives recovered a handgun during an execution of... Read more
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Boston Globe
Two men shot inside Taunton homeman was shot multiple times, and the other was shot once in the arm, police sai
Boston Globe / Posted 30 days ago
man was shot multiple times, and the other was shot once in the arm, police said in a statement. Both men were taken to Rhode Island Hospital. Their condition was not known, police said. A preliminary investigation indicates that an argument... Read more
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Boston Globe
blotterso the antidote helps clear their blood stream.” The woman was stabilized at St
Boston Globe / Posted 1 months ago
so the antidote helps clear their blood stream.” The woman was stabilized at St. Luke’s Hospital before she was taken to Rhode Island Hospital in Providence for further treatment. She suffered second-degree burns on 20 percent of her body and... Read more
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Boston Globe
New Bedford woman dies after apartment fire despite dramatic effort to save herso the antidote helps clear their bloodstream.” The woman was stabilized at St
Boston Globe / Posted 1 months ago
so the antidote helps clear their bloodstream.” The woman was stabilized at St. Luke’s Hospital before she was taken to Rhode Island Hospital in Providence for further treatment. She also suffered second-degree burns on 20 percent of her body... Read more

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