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10 Orms St
Providence, RI 02904   Directions

(401) 453-8000


Fox Providence
Fox Providence

25 Catamore Blvd
East Providence, RI 02914   Directions

(401) 438-7200



23 Kenney Dr
Cranston, RI 02920   Directions

(401) 455-9100


Periodico Providence en Espanol
Periodico Providence en Espanol

280 Broadway
Providence, RI 02903   Directions

(401) 834-5552


The Brown Daily Herald
The Brown Daily Herald

195 Angell St
Providence, RI 02906   Directions

(401) 351-3260


Glickman ’23: What the Grade Option Debate is Really About
03/31/2020 3:12pm

As spring break comes to a close and we resume classes this week, the fervor around the grading option debate continues to increase. The three options most widely debated amongst students at Brown are implementing Mandatory S/NC, extending the grade option deadline, or implementing Universal Pass.

Jonathan Adler ’88 finds success in impracticality
03/30/2020 11:05pm

Designer and author Jonathan Adler 88 founder of the namesake furniture design company with retail locations worldwide was once a young, soon-to-be Brown graduate intimidated by the whole prospect of leaving studentia.

A message from the Chaplain: Upholding community through song
03/30/2020 2:44pm

More a love letter than an op-ed, I write with a deep April heartache for beloved, far-flung Brunonia and a suffering world. Everywhere, everything has changed. College Hill is now oddly quiet, despite a loud riot of daffodils and magnolias defiantly gathered to bloom.

Candidates compete for UCS presidency, vice presidency
03/30/2020 12:22pm

Polls open today at 8 p.m. EDT for the Undergraduate Council of Students and Undergraduate Finance Board elections. Zanagee Artis 22 and Jason Carroll 21 vie for the UCS presidency, while Sam Caplan 22 and Summer Dai 22 compete for the vice presidency.

UFB chair, vice chair candidates discuss platforms
03/30/2020 12:17pm

Akilesh Raman 22 runs unopposed in the race for Undergraduate Finance Board chair, with Anika Ahluwalia 23 also running unopposed for UFB vice chair.

The Providence Journal
The Providence Journal

75 Fountain St
Providence, RI 02902   Directions

(401) 277-7000


R.I.’s congressional delegation mostly working from home after Washington vote
03/31/2020 2:11pm

PROVIDENCE -- Two of the four Democrats in Rhode Islands congressional delegation hunkered down at home in Rhode Island after returning from votes in Washington, D.C., last week on the $2-trillion coronavirus relief package.The other two - U.S. Reps. David Cicilline and James Langevin - say they are not home-bound, but only leaving home for work or essentials, according to their spokesmen.Heres the rundown:U.S. Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse is ...

R.I. Superior Court launches coronavirus business-protection program
03/31/2020 2:00pm

PROVIDENCE -- The state Superior Court announced Tuesday that it would launch a program to provide temporary protections to Rhode Island businesses in response to the COVID-19 crisis.Under the plan, which is a collaboration with the Rhode Island Bar, the Superior Court will supervise and provide protections so businesses can remain operational, access new working capital and pay debts. The court aims to provide business owners a shield from lawsuits and creditor actions. ...

Cooked stovetop or in the oven? A Passover brisket debate
03/31/2020 1:40pm

One would think attending the first Passover dinner hosted by your daughter would be a mothers pure joy, but my mother was becoming unhinged.Apparently, I had done the unthinkable. I cooked the brisket in the oven.She eventually spit the words at me: You always have to thumb your nose at traditionI remember being a little girl, arriving at my grandmas house, seeing all the pots bubbling on the stove. . . . We have always made our brisket on the stove ...

Block Island police chief: Be kind, pandemic will pass
03/31/2020 12:48pm

The police chief on Block Island says hes received reports about poor and aggressive treatment of people from other states who are staying in their island summer homes during the coronavirus crisis.Let us not devolve into a modern-day episode of Lord of the Flies, New Shoreham Police Chief Vincent T. Carlone wrote in a letter to the community published in ...

R.I. food bank asks most to pause grocery shopping Wednesday and Thursday to make room for food-stamp recipients
03/31/2020 12:44pm

The Rhode Island Community Food Bank is asking most Rhode Islanders to pause from grocery shopping Wednesday and Thursday as those who receive food stamps are expected to visit stores in large numbers.Many of them havent been able to shop since March 1st, Hugh C. Minor IV, a spokesman for the food bank, told The Providence Journal Tuesday morning. Food-stamp benefits are paid on the first of the month.Other shoppers avoiding stores on the Wednesday and ...


25 Catamore Blvd
East Providence, RI 02914   Directions

(401) 438-3310


59 hospitalized, 4 more dead in RI due to COVID-19; parks, beaches closing
03/31/2020 10:36am

Were in a rapid spread phase of this disease, and this is going to get much harder before it gets easier, Governor Raimondo said at her daily briefing.

Video Now: Your questions answered on applying for unemployment in RI
03/31/2020 11:48am

Target 12s Tim White and Ted Nesi explain how long it should take for your claim to be processed.

33 more COVID-19 deaths reported in Massachusetts; nonessential workplaces to stay closed until May
03/31/2020 1:52pm

The states stay-at-home advisory and 10-person limit on social gatherings have also been extended, according to Gov. Charlie Baker.

Pawtucket, Central Falls mayors ask to reopen Memorial Hospital
03/31/2020 3:11pm

Mayors Donald Grebien and James Diossa argue the Blackstone Valley needs a testing site and medical services for COVID-19.

Weather Now: Dry,Chilly Tonight; More Rain By Thursday
03/31/2020 3:57am

Weve got the Sun back today It will still be a cool day, however, with high temperatures 5-10 degrees below average. Add in the north-northeast winds at 5-15 mph, and the air will have a chilly feel for the final day of March. Grab a warm coat if you plan on heading out for a

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