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Stop & Shop employees end strike

Stop & Shop and 31,000 of its New England employees entered a tentative contract agreement Sunday night after ten days of picketing with community support but without pay. Picketers, including those from College Hill’s Eastside Marketplace, are expected to return to work Monday. The new, three-year ...

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Proposed bill mandates first-aid training for teachers

The Rhode Island State House is currently considering a bill written by University students that would mandate basic first aid and CPR training for all teachers in the state. The House Committee on Health, Education and Welfare heard the bill and referred it for further study Monday evening. Alongside ...

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Wow Air strands spring breakers

When Hans Lei ’21 and Hyun Choi ’21 woke up Thursday morning in Iceland, they had plans to spend their last days of spring break seeing glaciers and ice caves before heading back to Providence the following Saturday. Traveling with six other University students, Lei and Choi expected the tail end ...

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Metro Roundup, March 13

R.I. state colleges experience decline in enrollment Rhode Island’s public university and colleges have seen a decline in enrollment, according to the New England Board of Higher Education, the Associated Press reported. University of Rhode Island, Rhode Island College and Community College of Rhode ...

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Mayor vetoes proposed zoning change for tower

After several public hearings and a litany of high-profile City Council committee votes, Mayor Jorge Elorza vetoed a height ordinance change for the proposed 46-story Hope Point Tower Friday afternoon. The decision from Elorza comes a little more than a week after the City Council approved the tower ...

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R.I. Speaker of House receives student criticism

Rhode Island House Speaker Nicholas Mattiello’s close win in the November election this month could reflect a larger divide within the Democratic party between progressive and moderate party members. A Democrat from Cranston, Mattiello has often been criticized for being too conservative. Mattiello ...

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