For Volunteers, Cleaning Up Litter is Never-Ending Game of Whack-A-Mole

PROVIDENCE — The corner lot at the Intersection of Smith Street and Chalkstone and Camden avenues is essentially a drive-thru dump. A short semi-circle dirt path, wide enough to accommodate a large pickup, that connects the avenues makes for easy access and quick getaways.

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Ignoring the Climate Crisis was the Selfish Choice; It’s No Longer an Option

As Rhode Island increasingly floods, tornado watches become more common, and severe storms like Henri and Ida turn off the power and crumble infrastructure, too many of the state’s elected officials are hooked on manufactured drama.

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R.I. Transit Riders Urge Governor to Halt Rollout of RIDOT’s Flawed Bus Plan and Start Working with the Community to Develop a Better One

From our experience with the Rhode Island Department of Transportation’s multi-hub proposal, we believe there are two non-negotiable principles that any future plan should embody: centrality and transparency.

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