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PROVIDENCE, R.I. — Don't call them hot dogs and don't ask for ketchup. Those are the cardinal rules at Olneyville New York System, arguably the best-known Rhode Island spot for one of the state's signature dishes: hot wieners. "Dish" is probably an overstatement. These are veal, pork and beef wieners slathered with mustard, covered in special meat sauce, topped with chopped onions and celery salt, and served in a steamed bun. Ordering one with all the fixings is called "all the way." Many say all the way is the only way. By Erika Niedowski. SENT: 690 words, photos.
PROVIDENCE, R.I. — Rhode Island lawmakers are taking a look at legislation that would require abortion providers to show a woman an ultrasound of the fetus before performing the procedure.
PROVIDENCE, R.I. — The Rhode Island Senate is holding an economic summit focusing on ways workforce development can address the state's lagging economy.
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WARWICK, R.I. — Rhode Island's health insurance marketplace is opening a temporary consumer center in Warwick as another sign-up deadline approaches. HealthSource RI's satellite center on Centerville Road will be open from Monday through the end of April.
LINCOLN, R.I. — A middle school student from North Kingstown has won the Rhode Island State Spelling Bee for the second-straight year. Wickford Middle School sixth-grader Stephen Landry took home his second title Saturday, beating two dozen other students from across the state at Lincoln Middle School.
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