ATVs Ride Roughshod Over R.I.’s Protected Open Space

All-terrain vehicles have made big headlines during the past year. The city of Providence has taken measures to crack down on usage. Outside Rhode Island’s capital, off-road vehicles remain a consistent problem on protected lands.

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Ties Between Controversial Wetland Development in Cumberland and Family of Governor’s Chief of Staff Deepen

CUMBERLAND, R.I. — The Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management is getting pushback from local officials after approving the development of a freshwater wetland property proposed by the son of Gov. Dan McKee’s chief of staff, despite objections from the town and abutting property owners.

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Sweeping Changes to Downtown PVD Would Cost $140 Million

PROVIDENCE — The future of downtown is bright — and safer, greener and more inclusive, too, according to recently revealed redesign plans.

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