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Working with local farms, a new app brings fresh produce to the customer's doorstep.
Fall River Mayor Jaisel Correia is facing a recall election following his indictment on federal fraud charges. Residents this week decide whether to give him another shot.
A group of men is suing the state of Massachusetts over the law, known as "Section 35," that allowed a judge to involuntarily commit each of them to addiction treatment.
Mary Anne Carter is the acting chairman of the National Endowment for the Arts. She recently visited Rhode Island to speak with the congressional delegation as well as leaders from the arts community.
Water is at the heart of the debate over how to fix Providence’s pension problem. And it’s at the heart of the town of Scituate, which is watching closely to see what happens. For almost a century, the town’s identity and finances have been closely tied to the Providence water supply. It’s a town with a lot at stake.
The 2020 Democratic presidential primary will be similar to 2016 in at least one regard: Bernie Sanders is running for the nomination. But political observers say the electoral landscape has changed dramatically since Sanders’ last presidential bid, and not necessarily in ways that favor his latest candidacy.
The Boston Red Sox play their home opener against the Toronto Blue Jays Tuesday afternoon at Fenway Park. Fans are hoping the return to home turf can help the struggling team get back on track. But the toughest job at Fenway might not belong to a player or coach. It’s arguably the job of Donnie Gardiner, the Fenway Facilities Superintendent who has to keep everything at the oldest Major League park running.