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Mental Health Association of R.I. names McNamara Legislator of the Year

PROVIDENCE – State Rep. Joseph M. McNamara, D-Warwick, has been named Legislator of the Year by the Mental Health Association of Rhode Island for...

R.I. education strategic plan taking shape

Armed with ideas from a recent “Make It Happen RI” forum, a committee assembled by the Rhode Island Foundation will soon be putting the...
PROACTIVE APPROACH: ­Warwick Mayor Joseph J. Solomon stands on New England Way at the intersection of Gilbane Street. Both roads are on the schedule to be repaved. Solomon said roadwork has been a priority since he took office in spring 2018. He says last year was the first time in 20 years the city has implemented a proactive program.
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Fighting back vs. bad roads

Evidence of Rhode Island’s rough roads turns up regularly at Harold Crook’s Garage in Cranston. Bent wheel rims, flat tires and alignment problems can...

Student Loan Bill of Rights provides new protections for R.I....

PROVIDENCE – Gov. Gina M. Raimondo and other Rhode Island officials gathered Monday at the State House Library for a ceremonial signing of the...

Five Questions With: Joseph M. McNamara

Joseph M. McNamara, a longtime Democratic state representative from Warwick and a retired Pawtucket educator, was named chairman of the New England Board of...

New England Board of Higher Education elects McNamara chairman

PROVIDENCE – Rep. Joseph M. McNamara, D-Warwick, has been elected chairman of the New England Board of Higher Education, a regional group that promotes...

Miller, McNamara seek state-level Affordable Care Act protections

PROVIDENCE – Senate Health and Human Services Committee Chairman Joshua Miller, D-Cranston, and House Health, Education and Welfare Committee Chairman Joseph M. McNamara, D-Warwick,...
REP. JOSEPH M. MCNAMARA, D-Warwick, has introduced a bill aimed at helping the physically disabled and seniors remain in their homes by providing a tax credit for improvements made to houses to make them more accessible. / COURTESY R.I. GENERAL ASSEMBLY

Five Questions With: Joseph M. McNamara

Rhode Island has an aging population and one of the oldest housing stocks in the country. To help the physically disabled and seniors remain in...

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