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‘Princess Ida’ sparks social consciousness

Brown University Gilbert & Sullivan held their annual fall production this weeekend, performing a unique interpretation of “Princess Ida.” The reworked production featured a shifted tone and a more empowered Ida to make the play more accessible to modern audiences. The play tells the story of ...

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FBI raids R.I. ambulance company

Professional Ambulance, a Providence-based ambulance company located on River Avenue, was raided by federal investigators in late October but is not currently facing any criminal or civil charges and remains fully operational, said the company’s lawyer, Matthew Dawson of Lynch and Pine Attorneys at ...

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Website supports Latino entrepreneurship

As part of a statewide economic development strategy, Gov. Gina Raimondo and the Rhode Island Commerce Corporation launched a website specifically aimed at empowering Latino entrepreneurs, according to an October press release. The website features a resource directory with information on Latino-run ...

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Running out of business, City Sports store to close

The City Sports store on Thayer Street will close its doors by the end of October as part of the company’s Delaware Chapter 11 bankruptcy reorganization strategy, wrote Eve Bould, director of marketing for City Sports, in an email to The Herald. As part of its filing for bankruptcy, City Sports, a ...

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State reps, governor disagree on DOT

After getting taken out of the budget in the last legislative session, Gov. Gina Raimondo’s RhodeWorks proposal, which would use truck tolls to pay for investments in infrastructure, has once again come to the forefront of Statehouse political debates. Raimondo’s plan addresses the fact that Rhode ...

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