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If Rhode Island were to pass the bi-partisan Bright Today Scholarship legislation, it would be the most comprehensive educational choice package in America and save nearly $2 million more in state … more
City crews started removing the fence that separates the 41 city-owned acres of Rocky Point from the state’s land yesterday. Removal of the fence is the final step in integrating the two properties … more
COVER GIRL: Five-month-old Alice Contay was a …
The numbers told the story yesterday as General Treasurer and Governor-elect Gina Raimondo announced a program that will give every newborn Rhode Islander a $100 college savings account starting Jan. … more
NEW PARK, NEW YEAR: Hikers participating in Rhode …
If attendance at Rhode Island’s “First Day Hike - 2015” was a prelude of things to come, then a fully open Rocky Point Park looks to draw some serious crowds. Proving that old Rocky Point … more
INTO THE DETAILS: Rep. David Bennett of Warwick …
“If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.” This was the plea of those appearing before the House Committee on Municipal Government Thursday evening on legislation that would establish state … more
The Greenwood Credit Union and more than 125 of its customers were the victims of ATM skimming last month. An unknown subject had placed devices designed to steal account information on the credit … more
Warwick elected officials will take to the stage to celebrate the inauguration of Mayor Scott Avedisian, the City Council and the School Committee at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 6 at Ocean State Theatre, … more
FUN CHOREOGRAPHY: Members of the cast practice …
“We get them to believe. It’s awesome,” said Richard Sylvia, director of the arts at Bishop Hendricken High School, of the school’s upcoming production of “Fiddler on the Roof.” While … more
PROTECTING AGAINST ABANDONEMENT: Representative …
Representative Joseph McNamara, chair of the Health, Education and Welfare Committee, wore a cat tie to last Wednesday’s meeting as several bills concerning animal welfare and cruelty were heard by … more
Tyler Nordin
Tyler Nordin, a junior at Warwick Vets, has the musical chance of a lifetime. more
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