By JOHN HOWELL Where's there's smoke, there's fire. Fortunately, there wasn't any smoke at Norwood and Holliman Schools last week, but there was a lot of heat and fiery rebukes over how the school administration downplayed the failure of the fire alarm
By TESSA ROY With Teresa Paiva Weed's decision to step down as a senator and president of the Senate last week, a Warwick legislator has gained yet another high profile state leadership role. This could serve to further highlight the city on the
By TESSA ROY Though some of them joked they'd otherwise be sleeping, 25 Pilgrim and Hendricken students spent their Saturday morning at the State House taking part in the 70th annual Rhode Island Model Legislature. I feel like I walked into a very well"
By JOHN HOWELL Christian Woods wasn't even tempted to look at the sunny beaches and cruise opportunities Donovan Travel pictured as part of its display at Toll Gate High School Wednesday morning. Tempted? Well, maybe tempted, but he wasn't going to try
By TESSA ROY Though Saturday was met with a few raindrops, the spirits of several hundred supporters of President Donald Trump were not dampened. They took to the streets of Providence with flags and signs, marching up to the State House steps to declare
By TESSA ROY Governor Gina Raimondo's proposal to send students to state colleges with two years paid for has received some vocal support, but it is not without critics. Recently, the Rhode Island Society of Certified Public Accountants (RISCPA),
Kelsie Halsband and Abriana Skipworth, Winman 8th graders, are excited to have their poetry performed at the Providence Performing Arts Center on Thursday, March 30. In October, their music teacher Mrs. Gervais assigned a poetry project to promote anti
Knows his geography Vets 7th grader Evan Jollie, who was the winner in the school's Geography Bee last month, will compete in the state National Geographic Geography Bee this Friday at the Masonic Temple in Pawtuxet. Vets social studies teacher Colleen