Most transit advocates support the general approach inasmuch as it directs substantial funding for public transit. Contrast this with the decision by Citizens Bank to locate a huge corporate “campus” west of I-295 in the woods, with no public transitRead More
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LITTLE COMPTON, R.I. — The precedents now being set by these town officials have potentially dire consequences not just for vineyard neighbors but for the entire town, all its residents and property owners — not least its community-minded resident farmers.Read More
PROVIDENCE — UPP Arts’ signature event is its annual Urban Pond Procession, in which an all-ages group of more than 200 — sporting handmade fish costumes, banners and props, led by a brass band — takes to the streets near Mashapaug Pond.Read More
KINGSTON, R.I. — Did you know that in the United States it’s estimated that between 97 million and 975 million birds are killed as a result of building-window collisions? These estimates might be on the low side.Read More
Wind Energy Development's nine wind turbines in Coventry, R.I., began generating electricity last year despite these challenges and to the great benefit of West Warwick, the Narragansett Bay Commission and the state of Rhode Island.Read More
It appears to be a calculated attempt to diminish the ecological significance of western Burrillville to a level in which the impacts of the proposed power plant would be considered “acceptable.”Read More