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FREE GUIDED BIRD WALKS IN MAY: AUDUBON RHODE ISLAND

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FREE GUIDED BIRD WALKS IN MAY: AUDUBON RHODE ISLAND

It’s the Best Time of Year for Birds and Birders! Audubon Offers FREE Guided Bird Walks in May PRAIRIE WARBLER BY ED HUGHES It’s the best birding of the year! Grab your binoculars, search for spring migrants, and take time to explore those special places in nature with Audubon!   Unless noted, registration is required…

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TEST SITE-FORMER MEMORIAL HOSPITAL: PAWTUCKET AND CENTRAL FALLS

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TEST SITE-FORMER MEMORIAL HOSPITAL: PAWTUCKET AND CENTRAL FALLS

Pawtucket and Central Falls Mayors Recognize Care New England CNE to Open Respiratory Assessment Site in Pawtucket Pawtucket – Pawtucket Mayor Donald R. Grebien and Central Falls Mayor James A. Diossa together recognized Care New England for agreeing to place a Respiratory Infections Triage Unit (RITU) on the former Memorial Hospital property in order to support…

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PERENNIALS: YEARS OF PLEASURE

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PERENNIALS: YEARS OF PLEASURE

Flowering garden plants? Perennials provide years of pleasure  If you want flowering garden plants for your border, perennials are the answer. They’ll be producing flowers from early spring until well into fall. Perennials can even enliven a garden during the winter.   Year-round Perennials do exactly what their name suggests. Every spring, their first fresh…

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ARTIST RELIEF FUND

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ARTIST RELIEF FUND

COVID-19 Artist Relief Fund Established for Rhode Island Grants of up to $1,000 available to artists who have lost income due to the health crisis The Rhode Island State Council on the Arts (RISCA), in cooperation with the Rhode Island Foundation and the City of Providence Department of Art, Culture + Tourism, is launching a…

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A TRADITIONAL NEW ENGLAND VILLAGE TWO DAY DINNER

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A TRADITIONAL NEW ENGLAND VILLAGE TWO DAY DINNER

BIFF’S TWO DAY BOILED DINNER A KITCHEN MEMORY: PHOTO CREDIT DODGE MILL MUSEUM I started yesterday morning slow simmering all day in a reliable crockpot, a 3 to 4 pound boneless smoked shoulder in ample water with added aromatics – chunked stalk of celery, chunked half onion, several whole bay leaves and five whole peppercorns….

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THE REGIONAL CHAMBER IS HERE

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THE REGIONAL CHAMBER IS HERE

A Message from our President and CEO Jack Lank JACK LANK The United Regional Chamber recognizes and understands the challenges facing you — our members — during this COVID-19 crisis. We acknowledge the stress that you, your business, your employees, and even your family are experiencing about the present circumstances as well as the future….

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RHODE ISLAND TROUT SEASON

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RHODE ISLAND TROUT SEASON

TROUT FISHING SEASON NOW OPEN IN RHODE ISLAND WITH SYSTEM THAT STAGGERS THE WITH PUBLIC HEALTH GUIDANCE DAYS WHEN PEOPLE CAN FISH IN ORDER TO REDUCE CROWDS IN LINE Ponds in State Parks and some other stocked waters off limits   PROVIDENCE – The Department of Environmental Management (DEM) announces that certain Rhode Island lakes, ponds,…

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BE SAFE CAMPAIGN

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BE SAFE CAMPAIGN

Public Service Announcement for Family Service of Rhode Island’s BE SAFE Campaign Thanks to Steer LLC, a Providence-based digital media company, Family Service of Rhode Island is today releasing a professionally produced public service announcement about our statewide BE SAFE Campaign.   The BE SAFE Campaign provides cleaning and other items to the state’s low income children, seniors…

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