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Providence club to remain closed

One of two Providence nightclubs that was shut down over the weekend because of violence will remain closed until a final hearing next week.Full story

Algae blooms in Providence prompt health alerts

PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) - Rhode Island health and environmental officials have issued health advisories for water bodies in Providence because of algae blooms. Full story

Providence murder suspect captured in Alabama

A man wanted for murder in Rhode Island has been arrested in Alabama. Full story

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RI fire memorial on track to break ground in fall

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Mass. man found guilty in RI nightclub shooting

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  Providence mayor wins Bloomberg’s ‘Mayors’ Challenge’

Providence, Rhode Island Mayor Angel Taveras tells MSNBC’s Craig Melvin about the “big idea” that won his city $5 million in prize money from New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s “Mayors’ Challenge.”

  Storm yields mounting mess across Northeast

As traffic snarled and officials issued warnings for residents to stay home, the coastal areas prepared for a major storm surge. NBC’s Ron Mott reports.

  Historic New England blizzard of 1978

From the Archives: NBC’s John Chancellor, David Brinkley, Brian Ross, John Sweeney and Robert Hager from Boston, Providence and New York on the catastrophic blizzard that hit in February 1978.

  Winter storm expected to dump snow, bring high winds

NBC News meteorologist Bill Karins brings us the latest on a severe winter storm that is expected to dump roughly two feet of snow on the Northeast on Friday, February 8, 2013.

  Who fans get a bargain for ticket to cancelled show

A few fans of The Who were rewarded today for keeping their ticket to the cancelled 1979 show in Providence, Rhode Island as they were allowed to exchange their unused ticket for a seat to the band’s upcoming Quadrophenia show in February. WJAR’s Bill Rappleeye reports.

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BESTPIX: Ben Affleck Receives An Honorary Degree At Brown University's 245th Commencement
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