PROVIDENCE — Environment leaders are uniting against a potential wood-burning power plant as accusations of political pay to play intensify.
CHARLESTOWN, R.I. — Sage Witham’s freshly manicured fingernails were an elegant silver color, but they were covered in mud and sand as she and her classmates worked to plant native grasses at a salt marsh along the edge of Ninigret Pond.
PROVIDENCE — A bill moving through the General Assembly won’t halt the proposed Burrillville fossil-fuel power plant but the legislation recently passed by the House of Representatives makes it more difficult for future energy projects to get approved.
Continuing to clear-cut thousands of trees in pursuit of reducing Rhode Island’s reliance on fossil fuels is unacceptable and unnecessary. We can and must do better. Opinion
PROVIDENCE — In her previous job as assistant director of programs at the Rhode Island Food Bank, Eva Agudelo saw firsthand the demand for fresh produce among those families who relied on food pantries.
PROVIDENCE — Providence Water recently launched a program designed to help Rhode Island homeowners who have private-side lead service lines replace those lines