U.S. Sen. Jack Reed (D-RI) was presented with a national award from the Cooperative Alliance for Refuge Enhancement (C.A.R.E.) for his outstanding support of the National Wildlife Refuge System.
The Johnston Fire Department has been awarded federal grant money to boost its communications capabilities. The department is set to receive $79,776 to purchase 11 mobile data terminals, which will help firefighters communicate...
The new chairwoman of the country’s preeminent arts funding organization was in Rhode Island on Monday for a daylong look at how some arts organizations play a role in the state economy.
Rhode Island getting $681K for emergency needs
Sen. Jack Reed, D-R.I.,has joined with fellow Democratic senators Elizabeth Warren of MA and Dick Durbin of IL in urging President Obama to use an executive order to reduce or get rid of tax breaks for companies that move their headquarters overseas...
With plates of shucked oysters as centerpieces, Senator Jack Reed hosted a brief, round table discussion Monday at a South Kingstown restaurant on the eve of National Oyster Day, to celebrate the growth of the industry in Rhode Island.
BURRILLVILLE — U.S. Sen. Jack Reed, D-R.I., joined the owners of Daniele Inc., brothers Davide and Stefano Dukcevichm, for a discussion on growing Rhode Island’s food economy...
U.S. Senator Jack Reed this week introduced legislation in Washington to reduce the rate of drug overdose deaths by improving access to naloxone, a drug that counters the effects of opiod overdose.
There's an informal but vital network of health care providers, toiling away in neighborhoods and towns everywhere. They may not be doctors or nurses, or CNAs, or techs...
It's just that message — that energy efficiency makes sense financially — that U.S. Sen. Jack Reed is trying to spread. He was at the Lyons' ...
WASHINGTON, D.C. — After the guitarist for the band Deer Tick was delayed on his way to Rhode Island to perform at the Newport Folk Festival, U.S. Sen. Jack Reed on Friday asked...
“This is an issue of fairness and our fishermen deserve appropriate representation on the Council. Mid-Atlantic regulated stocks now represent the majority of landings for Rhode Island commercial fishermen," said U.S. Sen. Jack Reed
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.
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.