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January 27, 2023?














??Outdoors in RI: Wear your orange! Not just a message for hunters during hunting season





If you are out and about in state management or park areas hiking, dog walking, horseback riding, bike riding - or hunting - this message is for you!












New president of NAACP charged with campaign finance law violations





The RI Attorney General has charged Gerard Catala with violating campaign finance laws when he ran for Providence City Council. Catala took over as President of the NAACP Providence branch in a controversial election that ousted longtime president Jim Vincent.








Business Beat: Gary Furtado to head Boy Scouts





Gary Furtado retired from Navigant Credit Union and now will serve as President of the Narragansett Council of the Boy Scouts.








Recipe of the Week: Balsamic Butter Chicken





Chef ALISON MOUNTFORD says the combination of butter and balsamic can't be beat for this staple chicken.



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GriefSPEAK: Daniella 2022 - continued





DR. MARI NARDOLILLO DIAS continues her riveting story - Daniella 2022.








Helping families find a place to call home


Irene Mendez - Empire Real Estate Group







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Did you know?



Rhode Island currently has greater numbers of larger and older trees than we’ve seen for more than a century. 70% of our forests are between 60 and 100 years of age, with the majority in the 60-80 year class. The number of large trees has been steadily increasing, while the smallest size class is decreasing. The increasing age and size of our forests is beneficial for some wildlife species, but the extent of shrubby young forest habitat decreasing puts many species which require young forest habitat now at risk.





LOST Providence - David Brussat





Rhode Island architecture writer - and RINewsToday contributor - David Brussat chronicles the trials and triumphs of Providence's urban development. A beautiful, stimulating book - perfect for gift giving.



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RI Author

Dr. Mari Nardolillo Dias







Acclaimed RI Author

J. J. Partridge





RI News Today's contributing writer, J. J. Partridge has a new book - Under Blood Moons - click on the ad, above, to learn more about this book, and his other three.





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