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Pawtucket Rhode Island woman looking for men began exploring the coast of North America in the 16th century, but few attempts were made at permanent settlement anywhere. Fishing ships from Europe also worked in the fish-rich waters off the coast, and may have engaged in trade with some of the natives. The sailors and fishermen brought European diseases which led to the rapid decline of the Indian population before the first large-scale arrival of settlers in the s.

Large numbers of natives were decimated by virgin soil epidemics such as smallpoxmeaslesinfluenzaand perhaps leptospirosis[4] against which they had no immunity. The first English settlers in Massachusetts, the Pilgrimsestablished their settlement at Plymouth inand developed friendly relations with the native Wampanoag.

Before heading to the New World, they migrated to Holland to escape the harsh treatment from King James for rejecting England's official church. Although they were allowed some religious liberties in Holland, the liberalism and openness of the Dutch to all styles of life horrified them.

They approached the Virginia Company and asked to settle "as Sex clubs athens greece distinct body of themselves" in America. In the fall ofthey sailed to North America on the Mayflowerfirst landing near the tip of Cape Cod modern-day Provincetown, Massachusetts.

Blown north off its course, the Mayflower landed at a site that had been named Plymouth. Since the area was not land that lay within their charter, they created the Mayflower Compactone of America's first documents of self-governance, prior to landing. The first year was extremely difficult, with inadequate supplies.

They also suffered Pawtucket Rhode Island woman looking for men from smallpox and malaria. They were assisted, however, in their time of trouble by the Wampanoag under-chief Massasoit.

Infollowing the one held at Berkeley Plantation in Virginia,they celebrated their first Thanksgiving Day together to thank God for blessings of good harvest and survival. This Pawtucket Rhode Island woman looking for men came to represent the peace that existed at that time between the Native Americans and the Pilgrims. Although only about half of the Mayflower company survived the first year, the colony grew slowly over the next ten years, and was estimated to have inhabitants by The Plymouth colonists were joined by a colony of adventurers that settled nearby at present-day Weymouth in This colony was short-lived, and abandoned inonly to be replaced by another small colony led by Robert Gorges.

This settlement also failed, and individuals from these colonies either returned to England, joined the Plymouth colonists, or established individual outposts elsewhere on the shores of Massachusetts Bay. Inthe Dorchester Company established a settlement on Cape Ann. This colony only survived untilbut again, a few settlers remained behind. The Puritans were mainly from East Anglia and southwestern regions of England.

With an estimated 20, migrants between andthe Massachusetts Bay colony eclipsed Plymouth in population and economy, the chief factors being more suitable harbor facilities for trade and the Pawtucket Rhode Island woman looking for men of a prosperous merchant class. Both religious dissension and expansionism resulted in several new colonies being founded shortly after Plymouth and Massachusetts Bay.

Dissenters such as Anne Hutchinson and Roger Williams were banished due to religious disagreements with Massachusetts Bay authorities; Hutchinson held meetings in her home discussing flaws in the Puritan beliefs, while Williams believed that the Puritan beliefs were wrong, and the Indians must be respected. InWilliams founded the colony of Rhode Island and Hutchinson joined him there two years later.

On settling beside the Connecticut River for the first time in — and for centuries following — Englishmen referred to it simply as "The Great River," because its length and breadth made English rivers like the Mersey, Thames, and Avon all seem like small streams by comparison. The Connecticut River is approximately twice as long as England's Thames.

Ina group of settlers led by the Massachusetts Bay Colony's assistant treasurer, William Pynchon founded Springfield, Massachusettsafter first scouting the region's most advantageous location for trading and farming. To Pynchon's surprise, it had not yet been settled. It also sits amidst the fertile valley that contains New England's best agricultural land and lies equidistant to the ports of Boston and Albany. Unlike the three settlements south of Springfield at the time — Windsor, Hartford, and Wethersfield, Connecticut — the Natives surrounding Springfield were friendly.

Inall of the New England colonies went to war with the Pequot of southeastern Connecticut, practically wiping them out. Inthe Long Parliament gave the missionary John Eliot a commission and funds to preach to the Wampanoags. He succeeded in converting a large number. The colonial government Lonely housewives seeking casual sex Moreno Valley the converted Indians Pawtucket Rhode Island woman looking for men as Praying Indians in a ring of villages around Boston as a defensive strategy.

The oldest such village, Natickwas built in The Puritans came to Massachusetts to establish a society according to their religious principles. They were not tolerant of religious views significantly different from their own. Quakers, Baptists, and other religious Nonconformists were banned, and in four Quakers were hanged on Boston Common.

Racial tensions led to King Philip's War —76the Single lady wants nsa Rockport Indian war of the early colonial period. There were major campaigns in the Pioneer Valley and Plymouth. Starting in Pawtucket Rhode Island woman looking for men s, Massachusetts followed Sweet housewives seeking casual sex Jasper general colonial practice of adopting slave codes, which removed the limitation on the term of For ladies or older couples only for non-whites only.

It became fashionable for respectable families to own one or more household slaves as cooks or butlers. King Philip's War was the single greatest calamity ever to occur in seventeenth-century Puritan New England. In little over a year, nearly half of the region's towns were attacked — the Pawtucket Rhode Island woman looking for men settlements at Providence, Rhode Island and Springfield, Massachusetts were both burned to the ground. New England's economy was all but ruined, and much of its population was killed.

Due to persistent shortages of hard currency, the Massachusetts Bay government established a mint, producing a colonial paper currency, the Massachusetts poundbeginning in Inthe General Court ordered rural towns to increase sheep production. Sheep provided meat and especially wool for the local cloth industry, and reduced the expense of imports of British cloth.

The program was a success as many towns increased grazing lands, protected sheep, and saw larger and larger flocks. Following the restoration of Charles II to the throne ingovernment practices in the colonies came under more scrutiny. Parliament passed the Navigation Acts to regulate trade for the benefit of the mother country. Massachusetts, Pawtucket Rhode Island woman looking for men a thriving Pawtucket Rhode Island woman looking for men fleet, often ran afoul of the trade regulations.

Its government was reluctant to enforce them. Combined with intolerant religious practices, and the refusal to allow the Church of England to operate in the colony, led Charles II to formally vacate the Massachusetts charter in InKing Charles II was restored to the throne.

Colonial matters brought to his attention led him to propose the amalgamation of all of the New England colonies into a single administrative Pawtucket Rhode Island woman looking for men.

Inhe was succeeded by James IIan outspoken Catholic who implemented the proposal. In Junethe charter of the Massachusetts Bay Colony was annulled, but its government continued to rule until James appointed Joseph Dudley to the new post of President of New England in The rule of Andros was unpopular. He ruled without a representative assembly, vacated land titles, restricted town meetings, enforced the Navigation Acts, and promoted the Church of England, angering virtually every segment of Massachusetts colonial society.

Andros dealt a major blow to the colonists by challenging their title to the land; unlike England the great majority of New Englanders were land-owners. Pawtucket Rhode Island woman looking for men says that because they "regarded secure real estate as fundamental to their liberty, status, and prosperity, the colonists felt horrified by the sweeping and expensive challenge to Pawtucket Rhode Island woman looking for men land titles.

Both Massachusetts and Plymouth returned to their previous governments until During King William's War —the colony launched an unsuccessful expedition against Quebec under Sir William Phips inwhich had been financed by issuing paper bonds set against the gains expected from taking the city.

For its first governor they chose Sir William Phips. Phips came to Boston in to begin his rule, and was immediately thrust into the witchcraft hysteria in Salem. He established the court that heard the notorious Salem witch trialsand oversaw the war effort until he was recalled in The province was the largest and most economically important in New Englandand one where many Wife wants casual sex Fentress institutions and traditions were formed.

Unlike southern colonies, it was built around small towns rather than scattered farms. The westernmost Condensed milk lady horny wild women swingers of Massachusetts, the Berkshires, were settled during the three decades following the end of the French and Indian Warlargely by Scots. Sir Francis Bernard, the Royal Governor, named this new area The largest settlement in Berkshire County was Pittsfield, Massachusettsfounded in The educational system, headed by Harvard College, Pawtucket Rhode Island woman looking for men the best in the 13 colonies.

Newspapers became a major communications system in the 18th century, with Boston taking a leading role in the British colonies. Five Boston newspapers presented a full range of opinions during the coming of the American revolution. In Worcester, printer Isaiah Thomas made the Massachusetts Spy the influential voice of the western settlers. Farming was the largest economic activity. Most farming towns were largely self-sufficient, with families trading with each other for items they did not produce themselves; the surplus was sold to cities.

Great quantities of cod were exported to the slave colonies in the West Indies. Most other manufactured products were imported from Britain or smuggled in from the Netherlands.

Inthe Massachusetts Bay Colony became the first to issue paper money in what would become the United States, but soon others began printing their own money as well. The demand for currency in the colonies was due to the scarcity of coins, which had been the primary means of trade.

Paper money quickly became the primary means of exchange within each colony, and it even began to be used in financial transactions with other colonies. The ban proved extremely harmful to the economy of the colonies and inhibited trade, both within the colonies and abroad.

The colony was always short of gold and silver and printed a great deal of paper money, which caused inflation that favored farmers but angered business interests. Byhowever, the colony recalled its paper currency and transitioned to a specie currency based on the British reimbursement in gold and silver for its spending in the French and Indian wars.

The large-scale merchants and Royal officials welcomed the Pawtucket Rhode Island woman looking for men but many farmers and smaller businessmen were opposed.

The colony fought alongside British regulars in a series of French and Indian Wars that were characterized by brutal border raids and attacks by Indians organized and supplied by New France.

Particularly in King William's War —97 and Queen Anne's War —13the colony's rural communities were directly exposed to French and Indian attacks, with Deerfield raided in and Haverhill raided in Boston responded, launching naval expeditions Pawtucket Rhode Island woman looking for men Acadia and Quebec in both wars. The province was also involved in Dummer's Warin which Indian tribes were driven from northern New England.

The fortress was returned to France at the end of the war, angering many colonists who viewed it as a threat to their security. Britain's victory in the war led to its acquisition of New France, removing the immediate northern threat to Massachusetts that the French had posed. Boston was hit by a major smallpox epidemic in Some colonial leaders called for use of the new technique of inoculation, whereby a patient would get a Casual Hook Ups Atlantic highlan NewJersey 7716 form of the disease and become permanently immune.

Puritan minister Cotton Mather and physician Zabdiel Boylston led the drive for inoculation, while physician William Douglass and newspaper editor James Franklin led the opposition. Inabout 4: The first Pawtucket Rhode Island woman looking for men of the ground were followed for about a minute of tremulous motion. Next came a quick vibration and several jerks much worse than the first.

Houses rocked and cracked; furniture fell over. Edward A. Holyoke, of Salemwrote in his diary that he "thought of nothing less than being buried instantly in the ruins of the house. The ocean along the coast was affected; ships shook so much that sleeping sailors awoke, thinking they had run aground. In Boston, the earthquake threw dishes on the floor, stopped clocks, and bent vane-rods on churches and Faneuil Hall. Stone walls collapsed. New springs appeared, and old springs dried up.

Subterranean streams changed their courses, emptying many wells. The worst damage was to chimneys. In Boston alone, about a hundred were leveled; about fifteen hundred were damaged, the streets in some places almost covered with fallen bricks. Falling chimneys broke some roofs.

Many wooden buildings in Boston were thrown down, and some brick buildings suffered; the gable ends of twelve or fifteen were knocked down to the eaves. Despite the danger and many narrow escapes, no one was killed or seriously injured. Aftershocks continued for four days. The relationship between the provincial government and the crown-appointed governor was often difficult and contentious.

The governors sought to assert the royal prerogatives granted in the provincial charter, and the provincial government sought to strip or minimize the governor's power. For example, each governor was ordered to enact legislation for providing permanent salaries for crown officials, but the legislature refused to do so, using its ability to grant stipends annually as a means of control over the governor.

The province's Local horny wants girls wanting free sex issuance of paper currency was also a persistent source of friction between factions in the province, due to its inflationary effects. Gage was the last British governor of Massachusetts, and his effective rule extended to little more than Boston.

Massachusetts was a center of the movement for independence from Great Britainearning it the nickname, the "Cradle of Liberty". Colonists here had long had uneasy relations with the British monarchy, including open rebellion under the Dominion of New England in the s.

His first victory was the Siege of Boston in the winter of —76, after which the British were forced to evacuate the city. Boston was the center of revolutionary activity in the decade beforePawtucket Rhode Island woman looking for men Massachusetts natives Samuel AdamsJohn Adamsand John Hancock as leaders who would become important in the revolution. Boston had been under military occupation Woman seeking casual sex East Dennis When customs officials were attacked by mobs, two regiments of British regulars arrived.

They had been housed in the city with increasing public outrage. In Boston on March 5,what began as a rock-throwing incident against a few British soldiers ended in the shooting of five men by British soldiers in what became known as the Boston Massacre. The incident caused further anger against British authority in the commonwealth over taxes and the presence of the British soldiers. One of the many taxes protested by the colonists was a tax on tea, imposed when Parliament passed the Townshend Actsand retained when most of the provisions of those acts were repealed.

With the passage of the Tea Act intea sold by the British East India Company would become less expensive than smuggled tea, and there would be reduced profitmaking Reading guy looking for a quikie for Massachusetts merchants engaged in the tea trade. This led to protests against the delivery of the company's tea to Boston. On December 16,when a tea ship of the East India Company was planning to land taxed tea in Boston, a group of local men known as the Sons of Liberty sneaked onto the boat the night before it was to be unloaded and dumped all the tea into the harbor, an act known as the Boston Tea Party.

The Boston Tea Party prompted the British government to pass the Intolerable Acts in that brought stiff punishment on Massachusetts. They closed the port of Bostonthe economic lifeblood of the Commonwealth, and reduced self-government.

Local self-government was ended and the colony put under military rule. The Patriots formed the Massachusetts Provincial Congress after the provincial legislature was disbanded by Governor Gage.

The suffering of Boston and the tyranny of its rule caused great sympathy and stirred resentment throughout the Thirteen Colonies.

On February 9,the British Parliament declared Massachusetts to be in rebellionand sent additional troops to restore order to the colony. With the local population largely opposing British authority, troops moved from Boston on April 18,to destroy the military supplies of local resisters in Concord.

Paul Revere made his famous ride to warn the locals in response to this march. On the 19th, in the Battles of Lexington and Concordwhere the famous " shot heard 'round the world " was fired, British troops, after running over the Lexington militia, were forced back into the city by local resistors. The city was quickly brought under siege. The British won the battle, but at a very large cost, and were unable to break the siege.

The British made a desperate attempt by using biological weapons against the Americans by sending infected civilians with smallpox behind American lines but this was soon contained by Continental General George Washington who launched a vaccination program to ensure his troops and civilians were in good health after the damage biological warfare caused.

Soon after the Battle of Bunker Hill, General George Washington took charge of the rebel army, and when he acquired heavy cannon in Marchthe British were forced to leavemarking the first great colonial victory of the war. Ever since, "Evacuation Day" has been celebrated as a state holiday. Massachusetts was not invaded again but in the disastrous Penobscot Expedition took place in the District of Mainethen part of the Commonwealth.

Trapped by the British fleet, the American sailors sank the ships of the Massachusetts state navy before it could be captured by the British. In Maythe section of Freetown that later became Fall River was raided by the Britishand in Septemberthe communities of Martha's Vineyard and New Bedford were also subjected to a British raid. John Adams was a leader in the independence movement and he helped secure a unanimous vote for independence and on July 4,the United States Declaration of Independence was adopted in Philadelphia.

Soon afterward the Declaration of Independence was read to the people of Boston from the balcony of the State House. Massachusetts was no longer a colony; it was a state and part of a new nation, the United States of America. A Constitutional Convention drew up a state constitution, which was drafted primarily by John Adams, Pawtucket Rhode Island woman looking for men ratified by the people on June 15, We, therefore, the people of Massachusetts, acknowledging, with grateful hearts, the goodness of the Great Legislator of the Universe, in affording us, in the course of His Providence, an opportunity, deliberately and peaceably, without fraud, violence or surprise, on entering into an Original, explicit, and Solemn Compact with each other; and of forming a new Constitution of Civil Government, for Ourselves and Posterity, and devoutly imploring His direction in so interesting a design, Do agree upon, ordain and establish, the following Declaration of Rights, and Frame of Government, as the Constitution of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.

Bostonian John Adamsknown as the "Atlas of Independence", was an important figure in both the struggle for independence as well as the formation of the new United States. Massachusetts was the first state to abolish slavery.

The new constitution also dropped any religious tests for political office, though local tax money had to be paid to support local churches. People who belonged to non-Congregational churches paid their tax money to their own church, and the churchless paid to the Congregationalists.

Baptist leader Isaac Backus vigorously fought these provisions, arguing people should have freedom of choice regarding financial support of religion. Adams drafted most of the document and despite numerous amendments it still follows his line of thought. He distrusted utopians and pure democracy, and put his faith in a system of checks and balances; he admired the principles of the unwritten British Constitution.

He insisted on a bicameral legislature which would represent both the gentlemen and the common citizen. Above all he insisted on a government by laws, not men. Still in force, it is the oldest constitution in current use in the world.

The economy of rural Massachusetts suffered an economic depression after the war ended. Merchants, pressured Woman seeking real sex Brockwell Arkansas hard currency by overseas partners, made similar demands on local debtors, and the state raised taxes in order to pay off its own war debts.

Efforts to collect both public and private debts from cash-poor farmers led to protests that flared into direct action in August Rebels calling themselves Regulators after the North Carolina Regulator movement of the s succeeded in shutting down courts meeting to hear Pawtucket Rhode Island woman looking for men and tax collection cases. By the end of a farmer in western Massachusetts named Daniel Shays emerged as one of the Pawtucket Rhode Island woman looking for men, and government attempts to squelch the protests only served to radicalize the protestors.

In January Shays and Luke Day organized an attempt to take the federal Springfield Armory ; state militia holding the armory beat back the attempt with cannon fire. A private militia raised by wealthy Boston merchants and led by General Benjamin Lincoln broke the back of the rebellion in early February at Petershambut small-scale resistance continued in the western parts of the state for a while. The state put down the rebellion—but if it had Pawtucket Rhode Island woman looking for men too weak to do so it would be no help to call on the ineffective federal government.

The event led nationalists like George Washington to redouble efforts to strengthen the weak Pawtucket Rhode Island woman looking for men government Pawtucket Rhode Island woman looking for men necessary Middleboro MA cheating wives survival in a dangerous world.

Massachusetts, divided along class lines polarized by the rebellion, only narrowly ratified the United States Constitution in John Chapman often called Johnny "Appleseed" born on September 26,in Leominster, Massachusetts was an American folk hero and Any women around Great Eccleston now meadowcreek nurseryman who introduced apple trees and established orchards to many areas in the Midwestern region of the country including PennsylvaniaOhioand Indiana.

Today, Appleseed is the official folk hero of Massachusetts and his stature has served a focus in many children's books, movies, and folk tales since the end of the Civil War. Lyon, a very active Congregationalist, promoted the college as an exemplification of the ideas of revivalist Jonathan Edwards regarding self-restraint, self-denial, and disinterested benevolence.

During the 19th century, Massachusetts became a Lady seeking sex KS Silver lake 66539 leader in the American Industrial Revolutionwith factories around Boston producing textiles and shoes, and factories around Springfield producing precision manufacturing tools and paper. Massachusetts became a leader in industrial Pawtucket Rhode Island woman looking for men and development during the 19th century. Since colonial times, there had been a successful iron making industry in New England.

The first successful ironworks in America was established at Saugus in[55] utilizing bog iron from swamps to produce plows, nails, firearms, Pawtucket Rhode Island woman looking for men for barrels and other items necessary for the development of the Colony. Other industries would be established during this period, such as shipbuilding, lumber, paper and furniture making.

These small-scale shops and factories often utilized the State's many rivers and streams to power their machinery. While Samuel Slater had established the first successful textile mill at Pawtucket, Rhode Island inthere remained no way to efficiently mass-produce cloth from the spun yarn produced by the early mills.

The yarn was still outsourced to small weaving shops where it was woven into cloth on hand looms. The first woolen mill, and the second textile mill in the Blackstone Valleywas a "wool carding mill", established in by Daniel Daynear the West River and Blackstone River at Uxbridge, Massachusetts.

Then, ina group of wealthy Boston merchants led by Francis Cabot Lowellknown as the Boston Associatesestablished the first successful integrated textile mill in North America at Waltham. Because the British government prohibited the export of this new technology, Lowell memorized plans for the power looms on his return trip to Boston. With the skill of master mechanic Paul Moodythe first successful power looms were produced, harnessing the power of the Charles River.

For the first time, all phases of textile production could now be performed under one roof, greatly increasing production, and profits. This was the real beginning of the Industrial Revolution in America. With the early success of the Boston Manufacturing Company at Waltham, the Boston Associates would also later establish several other textile towns, including Lowell inLawrence inChicopee in and Holyoke in Lowell grew quickly to a city of 33, people by Its mills were highly integrated and centrally controlled.

An ingenious canal system provided the water power that drove the machinery. Steam power would be introduced beginning in the s. The mill owners initially employed local farm womenoften recruited from poor, remote parts of New England, and attempted to create a Utopian industrial society by providing housing, churches, schools and parks for their workers, unlike their English counterparts. Eventually, as the mills grew larger and larger, the owners turned to newly arrived Irish immigrants to fill their factories.

Industrial cities, especially Worcester and Springfieldbecame important centers in textile machinery in Worcester's case and precision tool production and innovation in Trevett ME milf personals case.

While Boston did not have many large factories, it became increasingly important as the business and transportation hub of all of New England, as well as a national leader in finance, law, medicine, Pawtucket Rhode Island woman looking for men, arts and publishing. Inthe Granite Railway became the first commercial railroad in the nation. Inthe legislature chartered three new railroads—the Boston and Lowellthe Boston and Providenceand most important of all, the Boston and Worcester.

The system flourished and western grain began flowing to the port of Boston for export to Europe, thereby breaking New York City's virtual monopoly on trade from the Erie Canal system. Much of the construction work was done by Irish Catholic work gangs. They lived in temporary camps but many settled in the new industrial cities along the line, where the gang bosses became leaders in the Democratic Party.

The viaduct required only minor changes to bring it up to lateth-century standards. Beginning in the late colonial period, Massachusetts leveraged its strong seafaring tradition, advanced shipbuilding industry, and access to the oceans to make the U. By the s whaling in Nantucket had become a highly lucrative deep-sea industry, with voyages extending for years at a time and with vessels traveling as far as South Pacific waters.

The British Navy captured most of the whalers Married horney women Toulon the revolution, but at the same time many whalers refitted out as privateers against the British. Whaling recovered after the war as New Bedford became the center. Whalers took greater economic risks to turn major profits: Investment decisions and financing arrangements were set up so that managers of whaling ventures shared their risks by selling some equity claims but retained a substantial portion due to moral hazard considerations.

As a result, they had Pawtucket Rhode Island woman looking for men incentive to consider the correlation between their own returns and those of others in planning their voyages. This stifled diversity in whaling voyages and increased industry-wide risk. Afterkerosene replaced whale oil—concurrent with the devastation of the whaling fleet by Confederate commerce raiders—and the entrepreneurs shifted to manufacturing. On March 15,Maine was separated from Massachusetts and entered the Union as the 23rd State as a result of the enactment of the Missouri Compromise.

Horace Mann made the state system of schools the national model. Building on the many activist Congregational churchesabolitionism flourished. William Lloyd Garrison was the outstanding spokesperson, though many " cotton Whig " mill owners complained that the agitation was bad for their strong business ties to southern cotton planters. The Congregationalists remained dominant in rural areas, but, in the cities, a new religious sensibility had replaced their strait-laced Calvinism. Byreported Harriet Beecher Stowe:.

All the literary men of Massachusetts were Unitarians. All the trustees and professors of Harvard College were Unitarians. The judges on the bench were Unitarian, giving decisions by which the peculiar features of church organization, so carefully ordained by the Pilgrim fathershad been nullified.

Some of the most important writers and thinkers of this time came from Massachusetts. Part of an intellectual movement known as Transcendentalismthey emphasized the importance of the natural world to humanity and were also part of the abolitionist call. The Know Nothing movement formed a new party in and captured almost all the seats in the legislature, the state government, and many cities.

Historian John Mulkern finds the new party was populist and highly democratic, hostile to wealth, elites, and to expertise, and deeply suspicious of Women wanting sex Ocean Springs 40yr olds looking for sex Ketchikan especially Catholics. The new party's voters were concentrated in the rapidly growing industrial towns, where Yankee workers faced direct competition with new Irish immigrants.

Whereas the Whig party was strongest in high income districts, the Know Nothing electorate was strongest in the poor districts. They voted out the traditional upper-class closed political leadership class, especially the lawyers and merchants. In their stead they elected working class men, farmers, and a large number of teachers and ministers. In national perspective, the most aggressive and innovative legislation came out of Massachusetts, Both in terms of nativism and in terms of reforms.

Historian Stephen Taylor says that in addition Pawtucket Rhode Island woman looking for men nativist legislation:. It passed legislation to regulate railroads, insurance companies, and public utilities. It funded free textbooks for the public schools, and raised the appropriations for local libraries and for the school for the blind. Purification of Massachusetts against divisive social evils was a high priority.

The legislature set up the state's first reform school for juvenile delinquents, while trying to block the importation of supposedly subversive government documents and academic books from Europe. It upgraded the legal status of wives, giving them more property rights and more rights in divorce courts. It passed harsh penalties on speakeasies, gambling houses and bordellos, It passed prohibition legislation with penalties that were so stiff—such as six months in prison for serving one glass of beer—that juries refused to Women want real sex Camp Wood. The extravagance angered the taxpayers; few Know Nothings were reelected so the brief two-year experiment ended.

The highest priority included attacks on the civil rights of Irish Catholic immigrants. State courts lost the power to process applications for citizenship; the public schools had Pawtucket Rhode Island woman looking for men require compulsory daily reading of the Protestant Bible which the nativists were sure would transform the Catholic children. The governor disbanded the Irish militias, and replaced Catholics holding state jobs with Protestants.

It failed to reach the two-thirds vote needed to pass a state constitutional amendment to restrict voting and office holding to men who had Pawtucket Rhode Island woman looking for men in Massachusetts for at least 21 years. The legislature then called on Congress to raise the requirement for naturalization from five years to 21 Pawtucket Rhode Island woman looking for men, but Congress never acted. The most dramatic move by the Know Nothing legislature was to appoint an investigating committee designed to prove widespread sexual immorality under way in Catholic convents.

The press had a field day following the story, especially when it was discovered that the key reformer was using committee funds to pay for a prostitute. The legislature shut down its committee, ejected the reformer, and saw its investigation became a laughing stock. In the years leading up to the Civil WarMassachusetts was a center of social progressivismTranscendentalismand abolitionist activity.

Garrison founded the New England Anti-Slavery Society inand helped change perceptions on slavery. The movement increased antagonism over the issues of slavery, resulting in anti-abolitionist riots in Massachusetts between and It was there that Brown first became a militant anti-slavery proponent.

InBrown founded his first militant, anti-slavery organization — The League of the Gileadites — in Springfield, to protect escaped slaves from s Fugitive Slave Act. Massachusetts was a hotbed of abolitionism — Pawtucket Rhode Island woman looking for men the progressive cities of Boston and Springfield — and contributed to subsequent actions of the state during the Civil War.

Massachusetts was among the first states to respond to President Lincoln 's call for troops. Massachusetts was the first state to recruit, train and arm a black regiment with white officers, the 54th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry.

Massachusetts was Pawtucket Rhode Island woman looking for men first state to recruit, train, and arm a Black regiment with White officers, the 54th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry. Following the Civil War, thousands of immigrants from Canada and Europe Attractive Blytheville looking for sexy black to settle in the major cities of Massachusetts, attracted by employment in the state's ever-expanding factories.

Inandthe sports of basketball Kansas city swingers couple. volleyball—both now Olympic sports, popular worldwide—were invented in the Western Massachusetts cities of Springfield and Holyokerespectively. Both inventors, James Naismithand William Pawtucket Rhode Island woman looking for men. Morgan sought to create games for groups at the YMCAwith Naismith seeking a fast-paced game for youths often confined indoors during New England's harsh winters.

Halsted, was a direct response to the then-new sport basketball, as he sought to Pawtucket Rhode Island woman looking for men a fast-paced game with similar objectives that could be more easily played by a wider variety of players young and old, athletic and non-athletic. Holyoke is home to the international Volleyball Hall of Fame. In the s—largely due to the presence of the Springfield Armorywhich employed many skilled, mechanical workers— Greater Springfield became the United States' first major center of automobile and motorcycle innovation.

The first American motorcycle company, the Indian Motorcycle Companywas founded in Springfield in Knox Automobile produced the world's first motorized fire engines in Springfield in Street railway workers with a thermite crucible on Main Street, Holyoke, Although the basic rail system was in place bythe railways continued to make major improvements in tracks, signals, bridging, and facilities. With steel came heavier trains and more powerful locomotives.

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Richardson did much of the design work. Passenger transportation was revolutionized by the electric trolley. Thomas Davenportthe first American to construct a DC electric motorfirst demonstrated the feasibility of the Pwwtucket railway in Springfield with a small circular railway in latewhich was subsequently exhibited in Boston that winter.

The lines provided rapid, cheap transportation for farm produce and workers, created land booms in suburbia, and permitted Sunday outings in the country. They were highly profitable and the base of numerous fortunes. During his tenure with both the railway and Sex personals Auxvasse company, Pellissier would contribute to thermite manufacturing plant design, as well as improvements toward continuously welded rail.

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Massachusetts also endured class conflict during this period. In the general strike in Lawrence, almost all of the town's mills were forced to shut down as a result of strife over wages that sustained only poverty. The Commonwealth was confronted with issues of worker conditions and wages.

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The economic and social turmoil in Massachusetts marked the beginning of a change in the Commonwealth's way of functioning. Politics helped to encourage stability among social groups by elevating members of various ranks in society, as well as ethnic groups, to influential posts.

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In the ensuing years, government contracts, private investment, and research facilities helped to create a modern industry, which reduced unemployment and increased per capita income. All of these economic changes encouraged suburbanization and the formation of a new generation of well-assimilated and educated middle-class workers.

At the same time, suburbanization and urban decay highlighted differences between various social groups, leading to a renewal of racial tension. Boston, a paragon of the problems in Massachusetts cities, experienced numerous challenges that led to racial problems. The problems facing urban centers included declining population, middle-class flight, departure of industry, high unemployment, rising taxes, low property values, and competition among ethnic groups.

We are proud that Care New England has exceeded the Healthy People goal of having Military man w tats looking percent of our workforce vaccinated. Moreover, our goal is to reach and sustain staff vaccination rates greater than 95 percent system-wide. We know this is crucial to the health and well-being of our workforce Pawtucket Rhode Island woman looking for men also of the communities we serve.

I encourage everyone to seek out a clinic or visit a flu vaccine provider to make themselves, their family, and their co-workers safer during this flu season.

ApproximatelyRhode Islanders were vaccinated last year. A list of evening flu clinics that are located at schools and are open to the entire community is available at http: Flu shots are also Pawtucket Rhode Island woman looking for men at other community clinics, doctors' offices, and pharmacies. After getting a flu shot some people experience a slight ache or a low-grade fever. This means that the body is developing an immune response to the flu virus.

These mild side effects are much less significant than the actual flu, which causes most people to stay in bed for a week. You absolutely cannot get the flu from the flu shot. In addition to getting vaccinated against the flu, Rhode Islanders can take other steps to stay healthy and safe this flu season. HEZs are community-led collaboratives in nine regions throughout Pawtucket Rhode Island woman looking for men state that are working to address the underlying factors in communities that have the greatest impact on Pawtucket Rhode Island woman looking for men outcomes.

These underlying, community-level factors include things like access to fresh fruits and vegetables, transportation, quality education, job opportunities, social supports, and healthy housing.

More information about the HEZs is available at http: The Castle Rock Condominiums, located at 1C West Castle Way in Charlestown, is issuing a precautionary boil water notice to its customers because the water system lost pressure. Castle Rock Condominiums will issue a public notice when this requirement is lifted.

The water system at Castle Rock Condominiums will be disinfected. People with questions should contact Karen Andersen at The advisories relate to high levels of blue-green algae, also known as cyanobacteria.

At Georgiaville Pond, recent consecutive surveys and samples confirmed absence of blue-green algae and cyanotoxin, allowing the advisory to be lifted. Health advisories remain in place for the following waterbodies:. People who have been swimming in, or have otherwise been in contact with these ponds, who experience symptoms, should contact their healthcare providers.

Anyone who comes into contact with water that is under an advisory should rinse their skin with clean water as soon as possible, bathe, and wash their clothes. It is possible that blue-green algae blooms may be affecting other waterbodies in Rhode Island. The public should avoid contact with any body of water that is bright green or has a dense, floating algal mat on the water's surface. More than community members, legislators, municipal leaders, members of the business community, and representatives from fields including public health, healthcare, law enforcement, and education gathered today at the Rhode Island Pawtucket Rhode Island woman looking for men of Health RIDOH 's third annual Health Equity Summit to discuss how to build healthier, more resilient communities, and a healthier, more resilient Rhode Island.

In more than 60 different workshops, attendees Pawtucket Rhode Island woman looking for men how certain health issues affect specific communities differently, and how to partner with communities to address those health issues in ways that improve health and economic opportunities for all Rhode Islanders.

The workshops at the Summit included sessions on healthy aging, transgender health, healthy housing, climate change, mental health, infant mortality, and gentrification, among dozens of other topics.

I applaud everyone at today's Health Equity Summit for rolling up their sleeves and contributing their time and talent, and for helping build a healthier Rhode Island. Today's Health Equity Summit was a critical step in this process, and in coming together to put action to our talk about building a healthier, more resilient Rhode Island. Different health outcomes for different communities, also referred to as health disparities, exist throughout Rhode Island.

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Differences in health outcomes like these are the result of different community-level factors, Pawtucket Rhode Island woman looking for men as exposure to marketing of unhealthy products, access to transportation and health services and care, education, job opportunities, social supports, housing, and discrimination.

Factors such as these are described as the socioeconomic and environmental determinants of health. Because health outcomes are overwhelmingly determined by these community-level factors, many of RIDOH's public health interventions are now focused in communities, led by our communities.

HEZs are community-led Collaboratives in nine regions throughout the state that are working to address these underlying, community-level determinants of health. For example, the Washington County HEZ has worked to address mental health concerns among residents by providing evidence-based, mental health first aid and suicide prevention training to more than 1, police officers, clergy members, teachers, parents, and staff of youth-serving organizations.

A second example is the work of the Pawtucket and Central Falls HEZ to revitalize a dilapidated city building in Pawtucket to create affordable housing units, a job training program for youth, and a market and kitchen space with locally-grown fresh fruits and vegetables and healthy prepared foods, called Harvest Kitchen. The HEZ initiative is providing community members in my neighborhood with a sense that others care about them and believe in them — making them want to give more and more to their community.

That alone makes a tremendous difference. The keynote speaker at the Summit was Edward P. In addition to the wide range of communities and fields represented at the Summit, representatives from several State agencies participated in dialogues about how to improve health outcomes for the Rhode Islanders they serve.

The Health Equity Summit was also an Pawtucket Rhode Island woman looking for men for Dr. Alexander-Scott's yearlong term as the President of ASTHO, which is the national organization for state health directors, begins this month, giving the opportunity to elevate Rhode Island's leadership in health equity under Governor Raimondo.

Building Healthy and Resilient Communities. ASTHO will be working over the coming year with state and territorial health departments to help them implement initiatives that, similar to the HEZ initiative in Rhode Island, are focused on addressing the factors in people's Pawtucket Rhode Island woman looking for men that most significantly impact health outcomes.

Surgeon General's focus on community health and economic prosperity. The products subject to the recall bear establishment number "EST. On Aug. It was determined that raw ground beef was the probable source of the reported illnesses.

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Some illnesses last longer and can be more severe. Infection is usually diagnosed by testing of a stool sample. Rehydration and other supportive care is the usual treatment. Most people recover within Dating for sex Floriano Simmer week, but rarely, some develop a more severe infection. Hemolytic uremic syndrome HUSa type Might be looking or you kidney failure, can also occur.

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People who experience these symptoms should seek emergency medical care immediately. Consumers with Pawtucket Rhode Island woman looking for men regarding the recall can call As Greifswald girls fuck of aPwtucket to ensure patient safety, the Rhode Island Department of Health RIDOH is now accepting applications for analytical laboratories in Rhode Island that want to be licensed to sample and test medical marijuana.

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By licensing Pawtucket Rhode Island woman looking for men laboratories to do this work, RIDOH will be able to ensure that the analysis of medical marijuana is conducted using validated, standardized analytical methods with appropriate instrumentation. These steps are critical to establishing the quality assurance standards needed for medical marijuana so that RIDOH can continue to ensure its safety and appropriate labeling in Rhode Island.

The standards for licensing these analytical laboratories were Pawtucket Rhode Island woman looking for men out in regulations promulgated earlier this year. All of the fir water advisories that had been in place since August 31st for customers of five water systems in Narragansett and South Kingstown have been Pawtucket Rhode Island woman looking for men. The final advisory, on the Narragansett — North End water system, was lifted today.

All five systems had samples on three consecutive days that were absent coliform bacteria, including E. A sample taken early in Pawtucket Rhode Island woman looking for men day on September 7th in the Narragansett — North End system indicated the presence of coliform bacteria. However, the system did flushing and treatment that afternoon and drew three additional samples that day.

That second set of samples on September 7th, as well as samples drawn on September 8th and September 9th, were absent coliform bacteria, including E. The test results by day are available at http: The systems will continue to be tested regularly for E.

However, this could not have happened without the partnership of dozens of leaders at the state and local levels. We Pawtuckst continue to build on these collaborations to ensure that people continue to have safe water to drink, safe and healthy food to eat, clean air to breathe, and healthy communities to call home, regardless of their ZIP code.

Although customers of these five water systems Pwatucket longer need to boil their water there are certain steps that people should take before using their water again to make sure that it is safe. Additional guidance, including guidance for schools, food establishments, and healthcare facilities, is available at www. Although several potential sources were evaluated, the source of the contamination has yet to be identified. Indications are that this lookinf an isolated instance of contamination as opposed to contamination from an on-going issue.

Customers with questions should continue to call lookint contact numbers designated for their water systems. For more information, see http: Blue-green algae can produce toxins, including microcystins, that can harm humans and animals.

All Pswtucket, including swimming, fishing, boating, and kayaking, should be avoided. People should not ingest water or eat fish from Spectacle Pond. Pets can also be affected by exposure to the algal toxins and thus owners should not allow pets to drink or swim in the water. The advisory will remain in effect until further notice. Common health effects associated with ingesting water containing algal toxins include stomach ache, diarrhea, vomiting, and nausea.

Rarer health effects include dizziness, headache, fever, liver damage, and nervous system damage. Young children and pets are at a particular risk for health effects associated with algal toxins.

People who have had contact with these ponds and experience those symptoms should contact their healthcare provider. If you come into contact with the water, rinse your skin with clean water as soon as possible and, when you get home, take a shower and wash your clothes. Similarly, if your pet comes into contact with the water, immediately wash your pet with clean water.

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Call a veterinarian if your animal shows any symptoms of blue-green algae poisoning, including loss of energy, loss of appetite, vomiting, diarrhea, or any unexplained sickness that occurs within a day or so after being in contact with water. People are cautioned that toxins may persist in the water after the blue-green algae bloom is no longer visible. The water may look like green paint, thick pea soup, or green cottage cheese. The boil water advisory is still in place for customers of the Narragansett — North End water system.

Because the Narragansett — North End water system samples have not been bacteria free for three days, the advisory for that system is still in place. Samples collected on September 5th and September 7th contained coliform bacteria. RIDOH is continuing to investigate any reports of gastrointestinal illness which is Pawtucket Rhode Island woman looking for men illnesses associated with E.

Coli infection. While an isolated cluster of diarrheal illnesses was identified, the thorough investigation that RIDOH has been conducting, does not suggest that it was water-related.

Consumers with questions should Nagpur private sex cam to call the contact numbers designated for their water systems. How can the elderly, people with disabilities, or others who are unable to leave their homes get bottled water?

The location where Narragansett and South Kingstown residents who are affected by the current boil water advisory can get bottles filled with clean water is West Kingston Park, located at Kingstown Road, in West Kingston.

Residents from both Narragansett and South Kingstown are welcome at this filling station from 8: A healthcare provider should be contacted if someone is on one of these five water systems and has diarrhea and any of the following symptoms:. This information will be updated regularly to allow residents and business owners in the affected area to easily access the test results, the Pawtucket Rhode Island woman looking for men and addresses included in the affected area, as well as RIDOH's standard guidance about boil water advisories.

Guidance about what people and businesses should do after the advisories are lifted will also be posted on this webpage once the water has been deemed absent of bacteria for three days in a row.

The advisory was put in place because E. There is currently no change to the advisory. All customers of these systems should continue to boil water until the advisory is lifted. Pawtucket Rhode Island woman looking for men results showing the absence of bacteria in the water are required every day Ladies looking casual sex Vienna Missouri 65582 three days in a row before RIDOH can lift the advisory.

Because the systems are all being sampled separately, a boil water advisory on one system can be lifted before the others. However, because the Suez Water system impacts all other Pawtucket Rhode Island woman looking for men, a change in the results from Suez would impact the other water systems.

The water systems began collecting samples on September 5th. It takes between 24 and 48 hours for samples to be analyzed. Because of the coliform bacteria finding in the Narragansett-North End system that was taken on September 5th, that system's boil water advisory will be in place for at least one additional day.

The boil water advisory for the Narragansett-North End system at this point would continue through Sunday evening, if all subsequent test results are absent of bacteria for three days in a row. The water systems have submitted a treatment plan to RIDOH and Pawtucket Rhode Island woman looking for men treating the water, which includes adjusting the chlorine levels in the water.

Larger drinking water systems use chlorine, even when there is no contamination issue, because chlorine disinfects and kill germs. The levels of chlorine in the five systems are being increased to further disinfect the pipes. Using or drinking water with small amounts of chlorine does not cause harmful health effects and provides protection against waterborne illnesses.

Federal limits are set on how much chlorine can be added to water. The water systems in South County are staying well below this level. Although several potential sources have been evaluated, the source of the contamination has yet to be identified. Regardless, members of the public should strictly adhere to the boil water advisory until it is lifted. The five systems' customers should boil vigorously, for at least one minute, all water used for consumption.

Separate guidance is available for restaurants and other food establishments. Narragansett residents in need of assistance for these reasons should contact South Kingstown residents in need of assistance for these reasons should contact Individuals who live in the affected areas of Narragansett and South Kingstown are also encouraged to check on their neighbors and friends who may need assistance. The five water systems serving parts of South Kingstown and Narraganset that are under a boil water Sexy 27 w male looking to party right now nsa santa began resampling yesterday to determine whether the water from those systems is again safe to drink.

Test results showing the absence of bacteria in the water are Pawtucket Rhode Island woman looking for men every day for three days in a row before the Rhode Island Department of Health RIDOH can lift the advisory. Yesterday's test results will not be available until later this afternoon. Coli bacteria was found in the water supply. Coli is an indicator of fecal contamination. Coli can cause serious illness," said Dr. Our Center for Drinking Water and Center for Food Protection staff were out in the communities throughout the holiday weekend conducting inspections and providing on-site assistance, as needed, and continue to be available to answer questions as they arise.

The water systems have submitted a treatment plan to RIDOH and have begun treating the water, which includes adjusting the chlorine Adult dating MS Inverness 38753 in the water.

Using computer modeling, field inspection and sampling, the water systems and RIDOH are continuing to evaluate different potential sources of the issue. Common causes of E. The water systems will continue to be tested regularly for E. Coli and other contaminants. Additional guidance is available online [link below]. Separate guidance [link below] is available for restaurants and other food establishments. How can the elderly, people with disabilities, or others who are unable to leave their homes to get bottled water?

If you have already contacted your water system and still have questions, visit http: The location where Narragansett and South Kingstown residents who are affected by the current boil water advisory can get bottles filled with clean water has been moved from the Kingston Fire Station on Bills Road to West Kingston Park, located at Kingstown Road, in West Kingston.

This location change is being made so that water will be available at a more accessible site. Assistance is Fuck girls Las vegas ny for the elderly, people with disabilities, or others who are unable to leave their homes to get bottled water. There is no change to the advisory, and all customers should continue to Pawtucket Rhode Island woman looking for men water until the advisory is lifted.

In addition to monitoring for illness, RIDOH and other state agencies have taken a number of steps to support residents and business owners. These have included working with school leadership to ensure the availability of water for students, visiting restaurants and other food establishments to ensure that food service managers have the most up-to-date information, and coordinating with nursing homes and other community Adult seeking sex tonight Colton California for the elderly.

The water systems are conducting an investigation to find the source of the contamination and will take corrective action to fix the problem once it is identified. The systems originally expected to have the investigation and corrective actions completed by Wednesday. Since Aug. The water systems are conducting an investigation to find the source of the contamination and will take corrective action Pawtucket Rhode Island woman looking for men fix the problem once identified. At this time, the systems expect to have the investigation and corrective actions completed by Wednesday.

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If that is accomplished effectively, the necessary follow-up water testing may begin. Water system administrators and municipalities are continuing to alert customers about this advisory and will alert customers when it is lifted. Please note that as of Pawtucket Rhode Island woman looking for men.

Additional guidance is available online at health. Additionally, customers served by the five water districts should be aware of the following updates in their communities:. Posted online are a map of the affected areas and a list of the streets in Narragansett and South Kingstown that are affected. For more complete information about the areas covered, customers should contact the individual water systems. Additionally, people can check their water bills to determine what system provides their water.

Approximately 38, residents are impacted by this boil water advisory. The E. There have been no illnesses associated with these systems. EPA has set a drinking water Pawtucket Rhode Island woman looking for men for E. The University of Rhode Island's main campus is not on any of these systems.

A boil water advisory is in place Couples seeking older male Angels Camp the customers of five public water systems serving parts of Narragansett and South Kingstown because E. The affected water systems are:. Guidance for food establishments is also available online Housewives looking nsa NY Star lake 13690 http: This health advisory will remain in effect until corrective actions are completed, three consecutive days of satisfactory bacteria results are obtained, and RIDOH approves the lifting of the advisory.

Water systems administrators are currently alerting customers about this advisory and will alert customers when it is lifted. The Frontier Camper Park, located at A Maxson Hill Road in Ashaway, is required to issue a precautionary boil water notice to its customers because the water system lost pressure. Frontier Camper Park will issue a public notice when this requirement is lifted.

The water system at Frontier Camper Park will be disinfected.

People with questions should contact Dorothy Thompson at Immunization rates for teenagers in Rhode Island are Pawtucket Rhode Island woman looking for men the highest in the country, according to new data released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention CDC.

Rhode Island's consistently high vaccination rates means that we are preventing the serious health Visalia moms horny and significant healthcare costs associated with many illnesses and are helping give everyone in our state the opportunity to be as healthy as possible, regardless of their ZIP code.

The data were gathered through a version of the CDC's National Immunization Survey that focuses on children from 13 to 17 years old. Surveyors made randomized telephone calls to Woman want nsa Clarksboro and guardians. The information they provided was confirmed with the child's vaccination provider. The study revealed that:. A separate survey by the CDC indicated that Rhode Island had the highest overall flu vaccination rate in the nation during the flu season.

Vaccines are provided to all children in Rhode Island at no cost to the child's family or the child's healthcare provider through funding provided by insurers and funding from the federal government. Because a random sample of telephone numbers is taken, these rates have an associated statistical Pawtucket Rhode Island woman looking for men of error. All recreation, including swimming, fishing, boating and kayaking, should be avoided. People also should not ingest water or eat fish from these waterbodies.

People should not ingest water or eat fish from Georgiaville Pond. Very high levels of microcystins were detected in water samples taken from the "Little Beach" area near Terrance Drive. People also should not ingest water or eat fish from Slack Reservoir. The Rhode Island Department of Health RIDOH recognizes all 25 public housing authorities PHAs in the state for achieving percent state compliance with a new federal rule that will protect nearly 15, multi-unit housing residents from toxic secondhand smoke indoors.

One-hundred percent of Rhode Island's PHAs have implemented smoke-free policies that meet or exceed a new rule from the U. Department of Housing and Urban Development HUDwhich takes effect July 31, to protect all housing residents, visitors, and staff from lit secondhand cigarette smoke.

Under the new federal rule, no smoking is allowed indoors anywhere; outdoors, cigarettes may not be smoked within 25 feet of buildings to help prevent smoke from drifting indoors through windows Housewives wants real sex Ferguson Iowa doors. Many of our forward-thinking PHAs have exceeded HUD's minimum requirements to protect residents from more toxic chemicals from other products, and have taken extra steps to listen Pawtucket Rhode Island woman looking for men smokers' concerns and help connect those who want to quit to no-cost cessation services.

This is a big step in our collective efforts to build more just, equitable communities in every corner of Rhode Island. Residents who smoke are not banned from living within a PHA residence, but are asked to smoke outdoors beyond established buffer zones. Such "no burn" policies are typically detailed in residents' Pawtucket Rhode Island woman looking for men. Any residents with questions should contact their housing manager or refer to their signed lease.

Smoke-free and tobacco-free Pawtucket Rhode Island woman looking for men help maintain healthier living conditions for residents, visitors, workers, and pets.

Other benefits of smoke-free building policies may include reduced fire hazards, lower operating and maintenance costs, and fewer neighbor disputes. PHAs in other states have also realized lower insurance premiums. The new HUD rule takes effect following several years of discussions and a public comment period that addressed the serious and often deadly health effects of secondhand smoke. Tobacco smoke contains more than 70 known cancer-causing particles and can trigger severe asthma attacks.

According to the U. Surgeon General, no amount of cigarette smoke exposure is safe to anyone, anywhere, at any time.

Secondhand smoke is especially harmful to people with chronic health conditions, the elderly, women who are pregnant, babies, children, as well as people with respiratory illnesses, weakened immune systems, and disabilities.

People with chronic health conditions who live in public housing often do not have adequate access to health services or health insurance, while illnesses caused by secondhand smoke can cause great financial strain on individuals, regardless of their financial situations. This new HUD rule will protect close to two million Americans nationwide from being exposed to secondhand smoke in their homes, includingchildren.

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To learn more about or to receive free technical assistance on adopting smokefree, tobacco-free, and clean air policies for multi-housing properties, please contact the RIDOH Tobacco Control Program Live Smokefree Program at We were at the hospitals again this afternoon to monitor the transition back from the replacement healthcare workers to the facilities' regular healthcare workers.

We will remain actively engaged with the hospitals throughout the weekend, assessing the return to normal operations. Current indications are that this work stoppage concluded without any major patient care incidents.

This was the result of the vigilance and persistence of staff at RIDOH before the strike and throughout, the flexibility and cooperation of the leadership of the other Rhode Island hospitals, and the tremendous dedication of the healthcare providers throughout the state this week.

The lighting will take place at 8 p. Festivities and performances begin at 7 p. By focusing resources and efforts where they are needed most, we absolutely can make hepatitis C a thing of the past.

In a major step forward in Rhode Island's fight against hep C, the state's Executive Office of Health and Human Services announced this month that Medicaid will cover hepatitis C medication for all Rhode Island Medicaid beneficiaries living with the disease.

Previously, only medication for Medicaid recipients in advanced stages of hep C were covered. I am thankful for the partnership that made this possible and the leadership our state continues to demonstrate in implementing Pawtucket Rhode Island woman looking for men public health policies that put Rhode Islanders first.

RIDOH funds community partners to provide free and Islans rapid hepatitis C screening to anyone who thinks they may have been exposed to hepatitis C. In addition, RIDOH works closely with ENCORE, the state's needle-exchange program, to provide brand new needles and other injecting equipment and harm-reduction counseling for people who use injection drugs.

Recent advances in Pirtleville AZ adult personals that can cure hepatitis C have Isand hepatitis C elimination a viable goal for Rhode Island. To achieve this goal, RIDOH is taking steps to re-visit the core components of its strategic plan to eliminate hepatitis. These core components include:. Hepatitis C is a liver infection caused by the hepatitis C virus, a blood-borne virus that is not spread through casual contact.

It is not a classic sexually transmitted infection. Hepatitis C is only spread when blood from another person who has hepatitis C, gets put in to the bloodstream of another Pawtucket Rhode Island woman looking for men.

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Some people acquired hepatitis C via a blood transfusion beforeor via hemodialysis. Eoman become infected with the hepatitis C virus by sharing needles or other equipment used to inject drugs. Chronic hepatitis C is a serious disease than can result in long-term health problems, even death. Most people who are infected with hepatitis C Pawtucket Rhode Island woman looking for men do not know it because they have no symptoms until very late in the disease.

There is no vaccine for hepatitis C. However, hepatitis C can be prevented by avoiding behaviors that can spread the disease, such as avoiding injection and intranasal drug use. Baby boomers have a 1 in 30 chance of infection. People also should not ingest water or eat fish from Roosevelt Lake and Mashapaug Islwnd.

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There have been no complaints of illness reported to Mondel? The company is conducting this recall as a precaution, based on the ingredient supplier's recall.

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The work stoppage is anticipated to last for four days, starting Monday afternoon. Department of Health Pawtucket Rhode Island woman looking for men will be at the hospitals throughout the strike, and we will be in constant communication with healthcare facilities throughout the state to ensure that all patients continue to receive premium services and care.

Licensed healthcare professionals who are not part of the strike are expected to fulfill their professional obligations and work any previously scheduled shifts next week. The system was required to issue a Precautionary Boil Water Advisory because it was performing pump repairs.

People should not ingest water or eat fish from these waters. Pets can also be affected by exposure to the toxins and thus owners should not allow pets to drink or swim in the water. When a beach closure is recommended, water quality analysis is conducted by RIDOH's laboratory or a state-certified laboratory.

The status of a beach may change on a daily basis. The most up-to-date beach information is available through a recorded message on RIDOH's beaches telephone line People should not Adult nite sex life 30043 water or eat fish from Turner Reservoir. The system was required to issue a Precautionary Boil Water Advisory because it lost pressure.

Rhode Island's updated pain management regulations now require healthcare providers who are writing opioid prescriptions:. The regulations apply to anyone who can prescribe a controlled substance Pawtucket Rhode Island woman looking for men physicians, dentists, physician assistants, and advanced practice Pawtucket Rhode Island woman looking for men nurses APRNs. In communications about the regulation changes, Rhode Island Department of Health RIDOH officials also firmly reiterated to healthcare providers that effective, non-opioid pain management treatments are available with much less risk to patients, and that these treatments should be considered before opioids.

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The patient education must include a conversation that includes:. RIDOH has provided material to healthcare providers in English and Spanish that they can use to guide conversations with patients about the risks of opioids. These newest updates to our pain management regulations will keep us moving in that direction, and will continue to reduce the number of overdoses in our state that are associated with prescription pain medication, while maintaining compassionate care for patients who deal with chronic pain.

Prescribers, patients, and all Rhode Islanders have a role to play in saving lives. The requirement that healthcare providers include the diagnosis code on the prescription allows the pharmacists to understand why the controlled substance in being dispensed to the patient.

Pharmacists are then able to use this Women seeking couples Dartmouth city to have follow-up conversations with prescribers or patients to ensure that patients are being treated with the appropriate medication. Ensuring the safe prescribing of opioids is a key effort within the prevention strategy of the Strategic Plan of Governor Gina M. The other three strategies are treatment, rescue, and recovery.

The Task Force is chaired by Pawtucket Rhode Island woman looking for men. Education by a trusted provider, and co-prescribing Naloxone to those at risk for dependence on opioids, is crucial in this fight to save lives.

Naloxone, with a brand name, Narcan, is a medication that can reverse the effects of an overdose Prescribers must co-prescribe naloxone in these three different clinical scenarios:.

Opioid prescription pain medications are a type of medicine used to relieve pain. Some of the common names include oxycodone and acetaminophen Adult singles dating clarkson mississippi ; oxycodone, OxyContin ; and hydrocodone and acetaminophen Vicodin. Rhode Island's pain management regulations were last updated in March Among other changes, those updates required that initial prescriptions for acute pain be limited to 20 doses and no more than 30 MMEs per day; prohibited long-acting or extended-release opioids for initial prescriptions for acute pain; and required continuing medical education training for prescribers on topics such as appropriate prescribing for pain, pharmacology, potential for dependence, and alternatives to opioids for pain management.

The number of new opioid prescriptions has been steadily declining in Rhode Island, particularly as the pain management regulations have been updated. In first quarter of34, people received new opioid prescriptions, down from 43, in the first quarter of Rhode Island has also seen a decline in the number of people co-prescribed opioids and benzodiazepines.

In32, people were co-prescribed opioids and benzodiazepines, down from 46, in The event celebrated the success of 25 Rhode Island cities and towns that committed to developing comprehensive, local overdose response plans. Heat indexes above 90 degrees are expected from Sunday through the 4th of July.

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Heat stroke is a medical emergency and should be called immediately. Individuals experiencing heat stroke symptoms should also be moved to a cooler environment. Apply cool cloths or place the person into a cool bath to lower body temperature.

The Wilbur and McMahon School, located at 28 Commons in Little Compton, is required to issue a precautionary boil water notice to its customers because the water system is performing pump repairs. This notice also applies to the additional buildings served by the school Pawtucket Rhode Island woman looking for men People with questions should contact Christopher Osborne, Sr.

People should also be careful not to ingest water or eat fish from the ponds. All recreation, including fishing, boating, and kayaking, should be avoided. Pets can also be affected by exposure to the algal toxins, so owners should not allow pets to drink or swim in the water. People who have had contact with Almy or Melville Pawtucket Rhode Island woman looking for men and experience those symptoms should contact their healthcare provider. Results from a comprehensive youth health survey released today suggest that middle and high school students in Rhode Island have made improvements in health behaviors over the past 10 years in many areas, including seat belt use, sexual activity, and alcohol and illegal prescription drug use.

However, through the survey, the voices of Rhode Island youth revealed some concerning trends, including trends related to mental Pawtucket Rhode Island woman looking for men, e-cigarette use, and marijuana use.

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By participating, schools make sure their students' voices are heard and can get resources with the support needed to help Pawtucket Rhode Island woman looking for men pressing challenges, like student stress, substance abuse, and bullying.

The Youth Risk Behavior Survey is an invaluable tool in our work to develop such an understanding, by making sure we can hear directly from students themselves, and to do all we can to help Rhode Island kids be healthy and safe," said Director of Health Nicole Alexander-Scott, MD, MPH.

Understanding these disparities allows us to better address the factors at the community-level that affect students' decisions and behaviors. All students in Rhode Island deserve an equal opportunity to be heard, so they can access what they need to be healthy and thrive.

Yet, data trends related to mental health, substance use, and physical activity from this YRBS survey, especially highlighting certain important populations, show that we have more work to do to support our youth as they face complex challenges every day," said EOHHS Secretary Eric J.

For the most comprehensive understanding of what supports Pawtucket Rhode Island woman looking for men schools and families need to address the challenges that Rhode Island middle and high-school students face, we depend on our three state school surveys to amplify their voice: Additional Youth Risk Behavior Survey data on other health trends are available online.

Only statewide data Pawtucket Rhode Island woman looking for men available. Data are not available by city and town. However, comparisons between Rhode Island and other states are available online. For example, RIDOH's Youth Suicide Prevention Program uses the data to examine the co-occurrence of suicidal thoughts with answers to other survey questions to help those in the suicide prevention field address suicide risk and protective factors specific to youth.

The Youth Risk Behavior Survey data are collected in a safe, confidential way. It has been conducted nationally sincewith validated methodologies and effectiveness. CDC confirms that there is no evidence that asking students about health behaviors will encourage them to experiment with those behaviors.

Results are secure and anonymous. Because no identifiable information is collected about students such as names or dates of birththere is no way to link responses to individual students, and students Pawtucket Rhode Island woman looking for men participated cannot be tracked.

Additionally, all parents are informed before the survey is administered that the survey is optional. The process for the YRBS spring data collection will begin at the end of this year. The awards went to 25 healthcare professionals, including physicians, dentists and oral healthcare providers, nurses, and behavioral healthcare providers. In accepting their loan repayment awards, the recipients have committed to practicing in medically underserved communities in Rhode Island for at least two years.

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No illnesses have been reported to date. NOW has provided information on this recall to all its retailers who purchased this product and has encouraged retailers to make every effort to contact their customers to me the return of affected products. Consumers who have purchased the recalled Zesty Sprouting Mix should stop using the product immediately and return it to place of purchase for a full refund.

Receipt is not required for refund. Central time. Church Woods located at Old Post Road in Charlestown, is required to issue Pawtucket Rhode Island woman looking for men precautionary boil water notice to its customers because of a water main break and the water system lost pressure.

Church Woods will issue a public notice when this requirement is lifted. The water system at Church Woods will be disinfected. People with questions should contact Ronald Russo at The cities and towns received the Overdose Leadership Designations as more than leaders were convened for the second statewide Community Overdose Engagement Summit to collaboratively address the overdose epidemic.

The Summit served as a follow up to a convening in December to assist municipalities in developing local overdose response plans.

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When we work together, we can save lives. That's why I am so pleased to see 25 different communities from across our state develop comprehensive overdose prevention response plans. Summit participants included municipal leaders, public health practitioners, healthcare providers, pharmacists, behavioral health counselors, law enforcement personnel and other first responders, people in the recovery and treatment communities, prevention coalition members, family and Let have a drink at Vladivostok tonight substance use prevention organization members, and representatives Sluts Grand Forks area Newstead girls wanting sex Rhode Island Centers of Excellence and RIDOH's Health Equity Zones HEZs.

We are fulfilling this year's theme for the Governor's Overdose Prevention and Intervention Task Force that is all about our Communities Coming Together, because everyone plays a role in changing perceptions about addiction to support each other, regardless of the zip code we're from. The development of these comprehensive plans at the city and town level Pawtucket Rhode Island woman looking for men a critical step in our collective efforts to prevent overdoses and save lives.

Cities and towns recognized for the development of comprehensive overdose prevention response plans include:. A video that highlights the innovative work of five Rhode Island municipalities that developed comprehensive overdose response plans is available at https: Since March hospitals and emergency departments have been required to report any suspected opioid overdoses to RIDOH within 48 hours.

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No other Kellogg products are impacted by this recall. Nationwide, there have been 75 cases of Salmonella in 31 states, including two cases in Rhode Island, associated with the investigation that led to this recall.

Use or consumption of products contaminated with Salmonella may result in serious illness. It can also produce serious and sometimes fatal infections in young children, frail or elderly people and others with weakened immune systems. Healthy individuals infected with Salmonella can experience fever, diarrhea, nausea, vomiting and abdominal pain. The illness usually lasts four to seven days, and most persons recover without treatment.

In rare circumstances, infection with Salmonella can result in the organism getting into the bloodstream and producing more severe illnesses. Anyone experiencing symptoms of Salmonella should call his or her doctor. The affected product includes the following varieties distributed across the United States as well as limited distribution in Costa Rica, Guatemala, Mexico, the Caribbean, Guam, Tahiti and Saipan.

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The Governor's Overdose Prevention and Intervention Task Force announced today a local launch of a multi-channel, public prevention and education campaign called The Truth About Opioids. The comprehensive campaign aims to prevent and reduce misuse of Pawtucke among youth and young adults. The first wave of ads, Payson west Payson fuck feature true stories of young Americans with opioid use disorder, will begin running in Rhode Island through an extensive, state-specific media buy later this month.

The proliferation of these narcotics has had a devastating impact on our state," said Governor Gina Raimondo. Rhode Island is currently the only state to invest in a significant local media buy to ensure greater reach and frequency of these campaign messages. This involved focus groups and pre-testing of Pawtucket Rhode Island woman looking for men with Rhode Islanders to measure attitudes about prescription opioid misuse and dependence.

In addition, Rhode Island will be instrumental in the evaluation of the national campaign to determine whether the messages are shifting knowledge and attitudes about prescription opioids. Truth Initiative surveyed 18 to year-olds in Rhode Pawtucket Rhode Island woman looking for men to measure knowledge and attitudes before the campaign launch, and will survey people in this age group again after the campaign has played in our local media market for about nine months.

The campaign ads address the significant role prescription medications have played in the overdose epidemic and were designed to achieve four targeted outcomes: Something as simple as a conversation can be powerful enough to save a life. We are hopeful that it provides one more prompt which reminds those affected that addiction is disease, recovery is possible, and treatment is available.

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The campaign in Rhode Island will drive people to additional resources through Truth Initiative opioids. The local implementation womman the campaign is supported through federal funds and donations from the Del Prete Family Foundation, Pawtucket Rhode Island woman looking for men Island Foundation, and the Pfizer Foundation.

We are very pleased to support this effort aimed at substance use prevention, as part of the state's broader response strategy," said Neil D. Since it began inthe truth campaign has prevented over one million youth and young adults from smoking. In its nearly 20 years of work in this field, Truth Initiative has engaged youth and young adults in conversations about the risks of addiction and enlisted them to not only modify their own behavior but to influence the cultural norms of peers within their social communities.

The campaign was developed using a data-driven approach with extensive formative research to flr the message development.

The research included extensive national surveys and focus groups among youth, including research in Rhode Island to bring a local perspective to the campaign.

Rhode Cap-Saint-Ignace has a Hope and Recovery Hotline to get people connected to treatment and recovery resources. No insurance is required. More Islans about treatment and recovery, as well as overdose data, is available at PreventOverdoseRI. Middletown, RI: Meadowlark, Inc. The water system at Meadowlark, Inc. The recall was announced by the U. The frozen meat ravioli items were produced and packaged on various dates between February 22, and June 7, The recalled products include:.

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