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Gov. Gina Raimondo continues to urge people to consider COVID-19 when planning their Thanksgiving. Rising coronavirus cases in Rhode Island are a definite cause for alarm, especially since we’re spending more time indoors due to the colder weather. Luckily, preventing the spread of the virus at Thanksgiving is very similar to what you should be… Read more »
Lucky for beer lovers, many of Rhode Island’s breweries are now open for business. Check out a few of these options, but contact them before you visit as hours of operation often vary from what you’ll see posted online, in flyers, and on the door. BRISTOL Twelve Guns Brewing 549 Metacom Ave. This taproom features… Read more »
COVID-19 has had a significant impact on small businesses, especially in the retail and restaurant industries. According to the National Restaurant Association through the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, 71% of full service restaurant owners don’t expect sales to return to normal within the next six months. Almost half don’t expect to survive unless business improves…. Read more »
Like all other events in 2020, Veteran’s Day will be different. Nonetheless, it is still vitally important that we recognize how much we respect and appreciate the service of our veterans. Here are just a few ways you can celebrate a safe Veteran’s Day this year. Partner with a Veteran Service Organization Veteran service organizations… Read more »
Don’t let the pandemic stop you from partaking in this Rhode Island favorite. You’ll have fewer orchards to choose from as they had a small crop this season and many have already closed. However some are still open until the apples are gone, but with COVID-19 restrictions. Check their website through the link before you… Read more »