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Rev’d Cycling studio to open on Thayer St

Thayer Street will become home to the Ocean State’s first Rev’d Indoor Cycling spin studio by the end of this year. The studio will occupy the space above Berks Shoes and Clothing, which was filled by Shanghai Restaurant until early 2018. “It’s a great spot, to be honest,” said Meaghan St. ...

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Elorza endorses Pete Buttigieg for president

Providence Mayor Jorge Elorza joined nearly 60 current and former mayors nationwide to endorse Pete Buttigieg, mayor of South Bend, Indiana, for president. “Pete has the life experience and the executive experience to be the unite(r)-in-chief that our country needs,” reads a statement from Elorza’s ...

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Brown Dems throw watch party for presidential debate

When moderators introduced Andrew Yang ’96 during the third Democratic Presidential Debate last night, Salomon Center erupted into raucous cheers. The Brown Democrats held a watch party for the debate, filling Salomon’s basement almost to capacity with students spilling onto the stairs as they talked ...

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Metro Roundup, Sept. 12

Providence School District spends $187,000 on books before deciding not to use them Interim Providence Superintendent Frances Gallo spent nearly $200,000 on the inspirational book “Shoot Your Shot: A Sport-Inspired Guide To Living Your Best Life” to distribute to all middle and high school students ...

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Providence Public School lunches lack halal options

Though Providence Public Schools serve lunch to tens of thousands of students each year, not every student can look forward to a school-provided meal. Students who keep halal — or only eat food that has been prepared in accordance to Islamic law as specified in the Quran — are unlikely to find acceptable ...

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Rep. Cicilline ’83 adds to national voter registration bill

The U.S. House of Representatives passed sweeping voting reform legislation last month with the “For the People Act,” which would institute voting reforms at the federal level. If the bill passes the Senate and is signed into law, it would require states to implement automatic voter registration, ...

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Board of Elections proposes solution to last-minute voting

The Rhode Island Board of Elections is expecting an overwhelming number of emergency mail ballots — maybe more than it can handle — during the next general election. Since 2011, the number of emergency mail ballots has increased dramatically due to changes in state law that made them easier to obtain. ...

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R.I. Secretary of State champions early voting

Rhode Island Secretary of State Nellie Gorbea has proposed a system for early voting in the Ocean State. House Bill 5292, which was introduced and referred to the House Judiciary Committee Feb. 6, would open polls 20 days before a primary or general election and would allow local municipalities to determine ...

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