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Isabel is a Metro Section Editor and Social Media Director for The Herald. She is a junior from Seattle, concentrating in the Security Track of International & Public Affairs. When she’s not at The Herald, you can probably find Isabel emptying her wallet at one of Providence’s various coffee shops.

Articles by Isabel Inadomi (30)

Lime Scooters left Providence this past Friday after launching in November of 2018.

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Lime Scooters peel out of Providence

September 24, 2019 Comments are Disabled

Lime Scooters pulled out of Providence Friday, marking the third loss in electric ride-sharing transportation options in the city after both Bird scooters and JUMP bikes were removed earlier this summer.

Three people contract rare EEE disease in R.I.

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Three people contract rare EEE disease in R.I.

September 18, 2019 Comments are Disabled

The Rhode Island Department of Health confirmed Tuesday that two more Rhode Island residents have been diagnosed with Eastern Equine Encephalitis, a rare but potentially fatal mosquito-borne disease. These diagnoses bring the state’s total number of human cases this year to three.

Rhode Island reps call for gun safety action in Congress

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Rhode Island reps call for gun safety action in Congress

September 12, 2019 Comments are Disabled

Following the summer’s bout of mass shootings in cities such as Dayton, Ohio and El Paso, Texas, Rhode Island’s representatives in Washington are frustrated with the nation’s lack of action to reduce gun violence.

JUMP bikes have been used in assaults and robberies in Providence, with perpetrators rigging the bikes to be used anonymously.

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JUMP bikes removed over safety, crime concerns

September 10, 2019 1 comment

Students returned to campus this fall to an empty bicycle rack, the docks missing their trademark red JUMP bikes. The notable absence of the motorized bikes, owned by rideshare company Uber, follows the city of Providence and JUMP Bike’s decision to pause the bike program…

Dear Blueno page attracts mixed reception

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Dear Blueno page attracts mixed reception

April 18, 2019 Comments are Disabled

When the unmistakable sculpture Untitled (Lamp/Bear), also known as “Blueno,” arrived on campus three years ago, it divided the student body into pro- and anti-Blueno factions.

Mayor, city council support ending housing discrimination

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Mayor, city council support ending housing discrimination

April 10, 2019 1 comment

Landlords will be banned from discriminating against potential low-income tenants who intend to pay rent using federally-funded housing vouchers, if an ordinance introduced to the Providence City Council March 21 passes.

Mayor Elorza rescinds support for water monetization

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Mayor Elorza rescinds support for water monetization

April 5, 2019 Comments are Disabled

Mayor Jorge Elorza withdrew his support from his original legislative proposal to monetize the water supply for the city of Providence Thursday.

Ezekiel Emanuel, noted oncologist and chair of the Department of Medical Ethics and Health Policy at the University of Pennsylvania, discussed the pros and cons of the controversial “Medicare for all” proposal.

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Medicare for all expert offers insight into controversial plan

April 5, 2019 Comments are Disabled

As the 2020 election field is already fueled by conversations around healthcare, Ezekiel Emanuel, noted oncologist and chair of the Department of Medical Ethics and Health Policy at the University of Pennsylvania, navigated the intricacies and complexities of the controversial “Medicare for all” proposal.

Founded by two RISD graduates, INDO- creates furniture that blends traditional and contemporary styles.

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Grants award, fund local designers

March 15, 2019 Comments are Disabled

A shared warehouse in South Providence contains a maze of construction tools, half-finished wooden furniture, geometric light fixtures and the buzz of five different design studios.

Rhode Island House Judiciary Committee debated and eventually passed the Reproductive Privacy Act Tuesday.

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R.I. House takes step toward codifying Roe v. Wade

March 6, 2019 Comments are Disabled

The R. I. House Judiciary Committee voted Tuesday night in favor of a bill that would keep abortion legal in the state should the Supreme Court repeal the 1973 Roe v. Wade decision. 

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