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They are inexpensive and give pedestrians who chose to use them more visibility, says South Kingstown official.
Between March 8 and April 6, there were three incidents involving pedestrians, two at 1000 Division Street, as well as an incident of a skateboarder crashing into a car on Green Street.
Schools, Public Safety
The "Txtng & Drivng ... It Can Wait" campaign came to the high school last week.
URI president David Dooley thanks emergency officials for their response, and outlines the school’s response.
Government, Public Safety
In the wake of two recent incidents in which cars hit pedestrians, town officials look – again – at ways to make the street safer.
The woman declined to be taken to the hospital; the incident follows a hit-and-run on Main Street in February that injured two pedestrians.
Deputy Fire Chief Russell McGillvray reminds residents now's a good time to replace smoke detector batteries.
Two are in stable condition, the third is in critical condition.
Opinion, Public Safety
The fire in Brazil that killed hundreds Sunday is a painful reminder of the 2003 Station nightclub fire.
Awareness, Public Safety
There is no officially sanctioned safe pond ice in East Greenwich.
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