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The city of Providence is geographically very compact, characteristic of eastern seaboard cities which developed prior to use of the automobile. It is among the most densely populated cities in the country. The street layout is somewhat chaoticâ€”over one thousand streets (a great number for the city's size) run haphazardly, connecting and radiating from traditionally bustling places like Market Square.
Local Newspapers: The Providence Journal The Sun Chronicle The Herald News
Local Sports Teams: Providence Bruins (AHL) Pawtucket Red Sox (Triple A Baseball)
Local Colleges: Brown University Johnson & Wales University
Zip Codes associated with providence, rhode island:
02903 02904 02905 02906 02907 02908 02909 02910 02911 02919
Towns/Cities near providence, rhode island : East Providence Cranston Wanskuck College Hill Blackstone
Producer and director, David Wittkower, a graduate of the American Film Institute, describes Dead in the Water as an examination of "the relentless destruction of the New England ground fishing industry through government regulations, bad science, and the growing, but mistaken, belief that everything has been overfished and there aren't any fish left in the oceans." Dead in the Water is Wittkower's 15th documentary film. Seating is limited for this free event.Climate, Clams, and a Changing Watershed: A time series analysis to...
Harris, L., R. Murphy, R. Woodland, R. Sabo, K. Eshleman, H. Walker, AND D. Liang. Climate, Clams, and a Changing Watershed: A time series analysis to quantify the impact of management and climate on water quality in the Potomac Estuary.Prisoner dies 2 days after murder indictment
A man being held at a Rhode Island prison has died two days after he was indicted for murder in the death of his girlfriend. The Providence Journal reports that 40-year-old Christian Boucher, of East Providence, died at the Adult Correctional Institutions on Sunday night.Future Farm Sets Closing Date for RI Building Zoned for...
Future Farm Technologies Inc. is pleased to announce that the closing date for the previously announced acquisition of a 15,000 sq ft building in Providence, Rhode Island for $750,000 is set for January 15, 2018. The building is zoned to legally cultivate cannabis and, once licensed, will be used as a licensed medical marijuana cultivation space wholesaling to state-sanctioned dispensaries.'Caught In Providence' Court Show Picked Up By Fox Stations For Fall 2018
Caught in Providence court show featuring social media phenom Judge Frank Caprio has been picked up by the Fox Television Stations for a fall 2018 national launch. The first-run series, co-produced by Debmar-Mercury and Citylife Productions, will air on Fox O&Os in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Houston, Dallas, San Francisco, Washington, D.C., Phoenix, Orlando, Minneapolis and Charlotte, NC.Amazon donates $15,000 in toys to Boys and Girls Club of Providence
The non-profit was asked to come up with a wish-list of items to help enhance their learning programs. It is part of Amazon's nationwide giving effort to help organizations in need near the company's fulfillment centers.Lifestyle | Providence CityArts to Host Exhibit Exploring Female Identity
Young female and professional artists are set to display artwork showing the strength and creativity of women in an exhibit titled "Feeding Her Fire: A Mixed Media/Mixed Generational Exploration of Female Identity" at Providence CityArts. "As part of the learning process with the teens, I felt it was important that they directly engage with the work of the many wonderful local artists who have been exploring similar issues of feminism, equity, and gender in Providence.More
Win Tickets to Love Never Dies at PPAC, December 26th through the 31st! Watch Good Morning Providence Tuesday December 12th through Monday December 18th and listen for the daily trivia question. Each day one lucky winner will be selected at random from all correct answers to win 2 tickets to the show.Lifestyle | Tuesday on LIVE: Singer Gilman & Kinch on New PawSox Deal
He's sold over five million albums worldwide, was included in the Guinness Book of World Records for being the youngest singer to ever reach number one on the Billboard Top Country Album charts, and he reignited his career after delighting audiences on NBC's The Voice. Rhode Island native, Pop, and Country music sensation Billy Gilman will be in-studio Tuesday on LIVE with Arts and Entertainment Host Ava Gaudet.Deliberations to begin in home invasion murder trial
Closing arguments have ended in the murder trial of a Rhode Island man accused of fatally shooting another man and gnawing part of a woman's finger off during a violent home invasion. Prosecutors say 27-year-old Dari Garcia killed Richard Catalano in North Providence in 2014.Marsh soil responses to tidal water nitrogen additions contribute to...
Wigand, C., E. Watson, R. Martin, E. Davey, Roxannel Johnson, Alana Hanson, D. Johnson, S. Warren, AND L. Deegan. Marsh soil responses to tidal water nitrogen additions contribute to creek bank fracturing and slumping.Changes in nitrogen isotope ratios in estuarine biota following...
Taplin, B., R. Pruell, K. Miller, AND M. Charpentier. Changes in nitrogen isotope ratios in estuarine biota following nutrient reductions to Narragansett Bay.Manchester's Safe Station Inspires Program in Providence, R.I.
The Safe Station program launched by the Manchester Fire Department to help combat opioid addiction has inspired a similar program in Providence, R.I. The Associated Press reports that Providence Mayor Jorge Elorza announced a plan Monday to open 12 stations at fire houses around his city. The Safe Stations are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.Barriers and Opportunities for the Use of Alternative Technologies to ...
Mulvaney, K., N. Merrill, S. Lyon, AND M. Mazzotta. Barriers and Opportunities for the Use of Alternative Technologies to Reduce Nitrogen in Coastal Estuaries.The Lives and Times of the Narragansett Bay Benthos: Biodiversity Trends over 182 Years
Hale, S., M. Hughes, AND H. Buffum. The Lives and Times of the Narragansett Bay Benthos: Biodiversity Trends over 182 Years.As the federal government falters, technology is leading a rise of the rest in statehouses nationwide
Andrew Keen is the author of three books: Cult of the Amateur, Digital Vertigo and The Internet Is Not The Answer. He produces Futurecast, and is the host of Keen On.Settlement reached in mom's breastfeeding suit against YMCA
PROVIDENCE, R.I. A lawsuit alleging a Rhode Island YMCA would not allow a mother to breastfeed in public has been settled.
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