WARWICK — Donnie Daniel of Warwick wasn’t sure what his next career move should be earlier this year after he lost his job in the heating/air conditioning industry.
The state Department of Health and the Comprehensive Cancer Center at Rhode Island Hospital are collaborating in offering free skin-cancer screenings at the beaches in July and August.
More grants resulting from superstorm Sandy are on their way to Rhode Island, this time aimed specifically at historic properties and archaeological sites.
Submarine builder Electric Boat skeleton to double a workforce in Rhode Island to build a new category of submarines underneath a $95 billion Navy program, acquire news in a state with a nation’s top stagnation rate
CHARLESTOWN — Work is expected to begin in the fall of 2015 on a project that will use dredged material to restore 30 acres of degraded habitat on the Ninigret salt pond.
U.S. Senator Jack Reed recently marked the 70th anniversary of D-Day with a special ceremony honoring World War II veteran Louis Gautieri Jr., 87, of Johnston.
WARWICK, R.I. — The Rhode Island Airport Corporation has received a $6 million federal grant to relocate the ball fields at Winslow Park to a new location near T.F. Green Airport for the expansion of Runway 5-23.
USDA grants and loans support R.I. food businesses Forum focuses on local production, marketing and distribution.
Warwick sewer customers got some welcome news last week: they won’t have to bear the full cost of elevating the levee at the wastewater treatment plant.
"I'm here at the insistence and persistence of Senator Jack Reed," said Chairwoman of the Senate Appropriations Committee Barbara Mikulski on Tuesday at T.F. Green Airport.
On May 16, my father, Edward J. Walsh, was honored posthumously at the office of Sen. Jack Reed (D-R.I.). My mother, Hope L. Walsh received my father’s medals.
U.S. Sen. Jack Reed accompanied President Obama to West Point on Wednesday, flying on Air Force One and Marine One from Washington to the U.S. Military Academy.
Food venture center under construction in Warren could help cook up new businesses, jobs, and economic development throughout the region.
General Dynamics’ Electric Boat division has secured a $17.6 billion contract for 10 Virginia-class nuclear submarines.
The Navy awarded a $17.6-billion contract on Monday evening to General Dynamics Electric Boat to build 10 more Virginia-class attack submarines, the company and U.S. Senator Jack Reed announced.
Millions of Americans are struggling to find work, and this week, the United States Senate finally voted 59-38 to pass a bipartisan bill to provide them some targeted, temporary relief.
The Senate passed legislation Monday that revives expired long-term unemployment benefits for five months, sending the bill to an uncertain future in the House.
The Senate voted 59-38 Monday to resurrect federal jobless benefits for the long-term unemployed, and a small band of Republican supporters swiftly appealed to a reluctant Speaker John Boehner to permit election-year action in the House as well.
The Naval Undersea Warfare Center (NUWC) Division Newport will dedicate a new $24.3 million Electromagnetic Sensor Facility with a ribbon cutting this morning.
Providence has won another grant to improve education for the very young in city schools. The $3 million to teach soft skills follows the public school system’s recently begun effort to improve toddlers’ home environment for vocabulary.