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06/19/2023
The Rhode Island Department of Health (RIDOH) is advising consumers that Richin Trading is recalling its Mini Fruit Jelly Cups (35.27 ounces and 52.90 ounces) that may be a choking hazard. The recalled jelly cups were distributed to food stores across the country and are sold in large, clear...
06/19/2023
As part of an ongoing $35.7 million bridge project, the Rhode Island Department of Transportation will have intermittent, temporary closures of the on-ramps to Route 146 North and South from Breakneck Hill Road (Route 123) in Lincoln. The closures will only occur during evening and overnight hours,
06/19/2023
PROVIDENCE, RI - Secretary of State Gregg M. Amore and the RI Department of State Elections Division are today reminding potential candidates that the Candidate Declaration period for the Congressional District 1 special election is June 29 30. Declaration forms must be submitted by 4 p.m....
06/16/2023
PROVIDENCE, RI Governor Dan McKee today signed the FY24 RI Ready budget, making key investments to ensure Rhode Island is ready to build on its economic momentum. The FY24 budget focuses on maintaining a trend of fiscal responsibility with no broad-based tax increases, while making key...
06/16/2023
General Assembly passes three priority bills of the RI Department of State PROVIDENCE, RI - Secretary of State Gregg M. Amore today issued the following statement in recognition of the end of the 2023 legislative session: "Since taking office in January, I have prioritized promoting...
06/15/2023
PROVIDENCE, RI The Department of Environmental Management (DEM) is announcing that as has been the case for several years, Scarborough South State Beach in Narragansett will be open daily starting Saturday, June 17, through Aug. 20 with lifeguards, beach staff, concessions, and restrooms...
06/14/2023
CRANSTON, RI Today, Governor Dan McKee and Cranston Mayor Kenneth J. Hopkins signed the Learn365RI Municipal Compact. "I want to thank our partners in Cranston for joining our strategy for increasing the educational outcomes of our students," said Governor McKee. "I look forward to seeing how...
06/14/2023
CRANSTON, RI Today, Governor Dan McKee and Cranston Mayor Kenneth J. Hopkins signed the Learn365RI Municipal Compact. "I want to thank our partners in Cranston for joining our strategy for increasing the educational outcomes of our students," said Governor McKee. "I look forward to seeing how...
06/14/2023
With several new overdose prevention efforts now being managed or supported by the McKee Administration statewide, data released today by the Rhode Island Department of Health (RIDOH) indicate that drug overdose deaths remained at crisis levels in Rhode Island in 2022. However, after increasing...
06/13/2023
PROVIDENCE, RI Governor Dan McKee today issued a Declaration of Disaster Emergency to help address significant damage to the Newport Cliff Walk that occurred in 2022. This State Disaster Declaration designation means the Rhode Island Department of Transportation (RIDOT) may now apply for...