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On Tuesday, February 17, filmmaker David A. Wilson will make his second visit to Roger Williams University as part of the President's Distinguished Speakers Series for an event titled "How to Talk About Race Without Starting a Riot." Wilson's documentary, "Meeting David Wilson," will be screened in its entirety, and a question and answer session will follow. Comment?
Left, Tony Teixeira, Bristol Town Administrator, joins Blue Cross & Blue Shield representatives at the ribbon cutting of the new store located in Bell Tower shopping plaza, 576 Metacom Avenue in Bristol, Rhode Island Blue Cross Blue Shield of Rhode Island and the Town of Bristol celebrated the grand opening of BCBSRI's Bristol retail location, Your Blue Store , with a formal ribbon cutting last week. Following the success of the now-permanent Your Blue Store in Warwick, this temporary Bristol retail location offers bilingual, in-person support to help Rhode Islanders in the Easy Bay area make important decisions about their health plans. Comment?
Roger Williams University and the Silent Witness Initiative have partnered to launch a comprehensive online database that makes domestic violence case data more easily accessible. The new tool will be unveiled on Wednesday, Oct. 1, at a candlelight vigil and march on the Roger Williams campus in Bristol. Comment?
A program General Treasurer Gina Raimondo launched to help cities and towns better invest their money appears to be generating as much money for the company managing the fund as it is for its members, a GoLocalProv review state records has found. Known as the Ocean State Investment Pool, the program was launched in the spring of 2012. Comment?
The East Bay Center will host its inaugural bash, "Celebrate! An Evening on the East Bay" on Thursday, September 18 from 6-9pm at Blithewold Mansion, Gardens & Arboretum in Bristol. The event will be a community celebration for EBC's service areas of East Providence, Barrington, Bristol, and Warren, RI. Comment?
Statewide primary voter turnout in Portsmouth, Providence, and Bristol has been lower than expected this morning, according to Caprio campaign spokesperson Patty Doyle. Comment?
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