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NEW LEARNING: Teachers gather in the main meeting …
The main meeting room at Warwick Public Library was filled with teachers last Monday evening. Most of them were from Warwick and they were there to learn how to write code for computer … more
Tri-City Elks Country line dancing, lessons offered by Tami, from 7-8:30 p.m. Cost is $6 per person. Come and have some fun. Proceeds to benefit Elks charities. 5K Walk to keep our kids drug … more
The Rhode Island Department of Education is asking Rhode Islanders what is important to them about public education, and people are responding. In the last two weeks 5,336 people have completed … more
Cranston and state police are investigating a threat posted on the St. Paul School’s Facebook page this week. The message – in which the poster threatened to kill people at the school with a … more
SIGNED UP: Senior Breana Coleman signs the "It …
Breana Coleman texted her mother Friday morning. She likes staying in touch with her family and friends and, like many teens her age – and adults, as well – her phone and texting has become part … more
This house on Main Avenue not far from Child Lane became the fourth of 14 houses that will be removed for the relocation of Main Avenue. Work on the road is expected to commence early next summer … more
HISTORIC CELEBRATION: City and state officials …
The roller coaster ride that Rocky Point Park has been on since the amusement park closed in 1995 reached new heights Friday with the state’s reopening ceremonies. Kicking off a two-day … more
PARK IMPROVEMENTS: A sign posted by the side of …
Crews were busy at historic Stillhouse Cove earlier this week as a revegetation and erosion control project at the park got under way. Meanwhile, the Edgewood Waterfront Preservation Association … more
Rhode Island had the highest child poverty rate in New England as of 2013, with 21.5 percent, or 44,923, of the Ocean State’s children living below the poverty line. Those figures are according … more
A count of mail ballots did not change the outcome of the District 1 School Committee race. The count as of election night put incumbent Eugene Nadeau in the lead by 62 votes over Dean Johnson. … more
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