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The Providence Journal
Designers to showcase at StyleWeek in Providence + past videos, galleries
The Providence Journal
Following a hiatus of more than a year, the event returns to Rhode Island on Wednesday, Sept. 20. The catwalk is back. Following a hiatus of more than a year, StyleWeek Northeast returns to Providence on Sept. 20. The 13th season runs through Sept.

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The Providence Journal
North Providence woman's body found; Providence man charged
The Providence Journal
John O. Seal of Providence, left, was charged in connection with the death of Judith O'Brien, of North Providence. [Courtesy of North Providence police].
Providence man identified as I-95 pedestrian killedWPRI 12 Eyewitness News
Body of North Providence woman reported missing found in stairwellTurn to 10
UPDATE: RISP identify man hit by car on I-95 in Providence - ABC6 ...WLNE-TV (ABC6)
Patch.com -Boston.com
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The Providence Journal
Mother searching for teen who fled Providence group home
The Providence Journal
PROVIDENCE, R.I. β€” A Fall River mother is frantically searching for her 15-year-old son after she says he walked out of a group home in Providence on Aug. 12 and never returned. Kristal St. Pierre said she learned on the afternoon of Aug. 12 that her ...


Providence has been without a permanent fire chief for more than two years
WPRI 12 Eyewitness News
PROVIDENCE, R.I. (WPRI) – More than two dozen individuals have applied to lead the Providence Fire Department over the last two years, but the city still hasn't found its next chief. Public Safety Commissioner Steven Pare confirmed this week the city ...

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The Providence Journal
How Providence restaurants create a buzz on social media
The Providence Journal
A 2015 article in the International Journal of Hospitality Management found that restaurants with more social media activity had higher net incomes. β€œIt's a bittersweet thing, social media,” says Jared Melei, joint proprietor at Milk Money. Despite ...







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