Editor’s note: The following information was provided by the Legislative Press and Pubic Information Bureau. STATE HOUSE – Tuesday, the RI Senate passed legislation sponsored by Senate Health and Human […]
PROVIDENCE — After another heartening news week for RI COVID-19 spread, Gov. Gina Raimondo advised continued caution during her now semi-daily pandemic news conference. Raimondo pointed out a rising trend […]
Many Rhode Islanders can’t stay home during the COVID-19 outbreak, because they don’t have homes, a plight the health department and non-profits are easing as the crisis highlights their need for shelter.
RI Family Shelter, keeping families safe and together while they seek permanent homes for more than 25 years, closed its doors July 5 when it became clear to Executive Director Patti Macreading that the charity was running out of funds.
Warwick, RI -Officials, residents and businesses have organized several fundraisers for the 100 people left homeless since fire destroyed the Westgate Condominium complex at 754 Quaker Lane, and you can help, too.