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State Senate to prioritize bill to address sexual harassment

State Senate to prioritize bill to address sexual harassment

PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) – The Rhode Island Senate plans to prioritize passing sexual harassment legislation in the new legislative session. Senate spokesman Greg Pare said Tuesday the chamber will prioritize a bill to improve employee protections in workplaces throughout Rhode Island when the session begins in January. The Senate passed that bill this year. The…

RIDOT keeping eye on 6-10 construction

RIDOT keeping eye on 6-10 construction

By WPRO News The Rhode Island Department of Transportation says it’ll be working to determine whether an accident near the 6-10 project was connected to the construction there. DOT Director Peter Alviti says he doesn’t think the rollover was related to the closure of the Broadway exit on the 6-10. It happened near the footbridge…

Senator calls out Trump for canceled cemetery visit

Senator calls out Trump for canceled cemetery visit

PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) – U.S. Sen. Jack Reed has criticized President Donald Trump’s canceled visit to a World War I American military cemetery in France, saying it showed an “indifference if not disrespect” to service members. The Providence Journal reports that the Rhode Island Democrat made his comments Monday during a Veterans Day forum at…

 
 

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“Night of the Iguana” comes to the new Gamm Theatre in Warwick

“Night of the Iguana” comes to the new Gamm Theatre in Warwick

If you’re involved with the production of a play or musical, tech week can be harrowing and scary. It’s when all the elements of the show must come together, and quickly, as opening night is coming up fast. For Frank O’Donnell, tech week is the best time to be an observer looking on…

“Miss Saigon” – Very Pretty, Very Problematic

“Miss Saigon” – Very Pretty, Very Problematic

“Miss Saigon” runs through Sunday, Sept. 30, at the Providence Performing Arts Center, 220 Weybosset St., Providence. Tickets start at $40 and may be obtained at the box office, online at www.ppacri.org, or by calling 401.421.2787.

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