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February 1, 2023?















?Dr. Megan Ranney to leave Brown for Yale





Dr. Megan Ranney, national COVID spokesperson and star at Brown is leaving for a major position at Yale.












Pawtucket trash police are out and about





Pawtucket DPW teams are spanning out - first warnings, then fines. And they are hefty - know the rules!








Teaching life skills important - Rep. Sanchez wants to start with cooking start with cooking





Remember home ec class? Rep. Sanchez might be too young to remember when this was part of every high school curriculum, but he knows the importance of youth life skills - fast food or a nutritious meal?








Ron & Jen's Great Escape





RON ST. PIERRE and JEN BRIEN's commentary on the passing scene from rhode Island.












Helping families find a place to call home


Irene Mendez - Empire Real Estate Group







At the Brown Bookstore





Brown Bookstore





Join Animal Rescue Rhode Island







Survey of the Day - Results

Gas-powered Leaf Blowers







Did you know?



Samuel Slater became involved in the textile industry at the age of 14 and completed a seven year long apprenticeship in the “art of cotton spinning.” He left his home country of England in 1789, and came to Pawtucket to start his own cotton spinning business. In 1812, he moved his mills north, to Webster, Massachusetts, named for his friend, Sen. Daniel Webster.


?Slater was able to create an industrial town centered on cotton and woolen manufacturing. Slater would go on to build the first Sunday School in the area, across the street from the mill, for the education of the children who were employed at the mill. 





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.



Purchase LOST Providence HERE





RI Author

Dr. Mari Nardolillo Dias





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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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Buy Michael Fine's books





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Buy Herb Weiss' 2-volume set





Closings & Delays



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