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Credit: Sarah Stillman. People in New Hampshire cast their vote at the Manchester Health Department polling station.
Credit: Sarah Stillman. People in New Hampshire cast their vote at the Manchester Health Department polling station.
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The results are in: New Hampshire Primary

Despite Monday's snowstorm, WBRU News made the trek to cover the New Hampshire Primary. We're reporting from the New Hampshire streets and polling stations to give you a sense of what voters are thinking about today, the first primary of this year's presidential election...

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Credit: Justin Champeu. Valerie Tutson, one of the founders of the Black Storytellers, leads a program.
Credit: Justin Champeu. Valerie Tutson, one of the founders of the Black Storytellers, leads a program.
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New grants support community art in Rhode Island

Providence’s WaterFire, with its floating bonfires that light up the city’s riverfront, has become a cultural icon in the state. Since the event began in 1994, WaterFire officials estimate that it generates over $100 million dollars each year...

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Councilwoman Carmen Castillo unveils new Ogando Street sign.
Councilwoman Carmen Castillo unveils new Ogando Street sign.
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Providence City Council names street after Dominican activist

On August 15th, about seventy people gathered on the South Side to celebrate the Providence City Council’s renaming of Hancock Street to Ogando Street in honor of Francisco Raymond Ogando, a Dominican activist who helped many local immigrants settle in New England, until he died unexpectedly in 2009

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Credit: Rhode Island Cape Verdean Heritage Subcommittee
Credit: Rhode Island Cape Verdean Heritage Subcommittee
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Cape Verdean Independence Day Festival kicks off in Providence

To hear the radio story, click here. This story was reported and produced by Molly Hawes.

On July 5th, one day after people had huddled together to see the waterfront fireworks display, the crowds were back at India Point Park in Providence — but this time, a different nation’s flag was flying...

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