September 30, 2014
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STUDENT FARMERS: St. Peter School sixth graders …
Take a grant from Whole Foods; add some free seeds from URI; mix in a lot of student enthusiasm; have science teacher Sue Unger guide the process and young minds will blossom while area soup kitchens … more
WHAT WE’RE ABOUT: NEL/CPS Construction and …
Many of the state’s most prominent Democrats gathered in Cranston Friday to demonstrate their support for General Treasurer Gina Raimondo, the party’s nominee for governor. Joined by her … more
“There was a whole bunch of people who had smiles on their faces because of what you did,” Mayor Scott Avedisian said Thursday to the Warwick Continental Little League 11-year-old State … more
The day-to-day work of two Warwick-based entities revolve around keeping people safe. The Rhode Island Coalition Against Domestic Violence (RICADV), now in its 35th year, has strived to help create … more
BankNewport has upgraded its online banking to provide customers with a superior and innovative technology experience. eBanking includes new features and enhanced functionality to allow customers to … more
On Sunday, Sept. 28, the Rhode Island Chapter of the National Ovarian Cancer Coalition (NOCC) will hold its Annual “Walk to Break the Silence on Ovarian Cancer” at the Temple to Music at Roger … more
Cranston Police are working to identify a man who used stolen credit and debit cards at several local establishments. According to police, a wallet was stolen from a parked vehicle on Tulip Drive … more
STUDENTS COUNT: Cranston East junior Emily Nunez …
On Sept. 18, a collaborative workshop was held between the Rhode Island Mentoring Partnership, the Cranston Public Schools Attendance Counts! Task Force and the state Department of Education to share … more
"There is a growing need in our region for …
By next year at this time, Hendricken won’t be just a high school. The school will also have an eighth-grade class numbering 40 to 45 students. And the students won’t be the average … more
Four high school students were driving down Arnold’s Neck Road when a truck rounded the curve near the railroad trestle over Apponaug Cove. The truck, carrying a hazardous cargo of bottled … more
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