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By JOHN HOWELL Mayor Scott Avedisian and Superintendent Philip Thornton have jointly requested the state Department of Education conduct an expedited" review of the district's special education program "to assure that our work is aligned with" more
By JOHN HOWELL Parents of secondary school students will have electronic access to their children's grades beginning next week if teachers abide by a memo issued to teachers Monday by Superintendent Philip Thornton. The action comes following a Superior more
The following students achieved high honors or honors for the first quarter of the 2016-2017 school year at Warwick Veterans Memorial Junior High School: GRADE 7 HIGH HONORS Brianna Adams, Fallon Adams-Bechaz, Cameron Adessi, Jasmine Alpert, Azael more
The Rhode Island Democratic Party kicked off its Women's Caucus Tuesday night, convening women leaders and aspiring leaders alike from 21 of the state's 39 cities and towns. Party Chair Joseph M. McNamara, Secretary of State Nellie M. more
It's in the mail. That's the latest on where the 2017 city calendar is. According to the mayor's office, about 75 percent of the 30,000 calendars were delivered to the Providence Post Office on Tuesday. The balance of the calendars is expected to be at more
By SOPHIE HAGEN Half an hour after their orientation was due to begin, this year's freshman class of Rhode Island legislators left the tables set with coffee and pastries in the House Lounge and filed into the chamber. With 12 new state representatives more
Barbers Mark Maggiacomo and Alan Ferla had the time to watch Donald J. Trump take the oath as the nation’s 45th president, as Louie’s Barber Shop in Conimicut was quiet Friday at midday. Usually, … more
UNRULY PASSENGER Officers Quentin Tavaras and Christian Vargas were dispatched to the bus stop near the Showcase Cinema on Bald Hill Road on February 15 around 9:05 p.m. for a report of a passenger refusing to get off a RIPTA bus. According to their more
By JOHN HOWELL A no-confidence campaign in Superintendent Philip Thornton has gained the support of more than 300 people, says its organizer, Jennifer St. Jean. The mother of three - two of whom are in Warwick schools - said Tuesday she launched the more
On Thursday night at a Democratic Caucus, Rep. K. Joseph Shekarchi (D-Dist. 23, Warwick) was elected the new Majority Leader of the House of Representatives by his House Democratic Caucus colleagues. Shekarchi was elected to the position with a more
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