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By THOMAS GREENBERG -- As Governor Gina Raimondo dished out free Del’s Lemonade to students Tuesday afternoon, her Promise Program was dishing out free education to many of those same students. more
By TESSA ROY A total of 31 teachers were laid off at the School Committee meeting Tuesday night, but the administration says they could be recalled to their jobs depending on approval of the school budget. Superintendent Philip Thornton released a more
GRADE 9 HIGH HONORS: Lhord Aguilar, Rawan Al Tekreeti, Diana Alarcon, Natalie Aloisio, Sophie Amore, Antonio Andreason, Elizabeth Barrett, Grace Barta, Samantha Bertrand, Carlos Betancur, Mackenzie Blackmer, Allison Butera, Isabella Caldarone, Elana more
By ISABELLA ZAINYEH -- Pilgrim's Class of 2017 had many accomplishments, and the top ten students in the graduating class were no exception. They put countless hours into school or community activities, and achieved great academic recognition. more
By JACQUELYN MOOREHEAD The sweet and treats business is recession proof, according to Warwick Ice Cream President Gerald Bucci. In the 40 years he's been president, he said he followed trends that revealed people like to treat themselves when money is more
DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE -- A driver who allegedly told an officer [Expletive] off. I hope you cops die" was recently arrested for suspicion of driving under the influence. Officer Adam Arico and Geoffrey Waldman were working an assigned driving under" more
By JOHN HOWELL The Ocean State Theatre Co. Inc. has closed as tenants of the former garage converted into a theatre on Jefferson Boulevard, but reports say it wouldn't remain dormant. According to reliable sources, Bill Hanney plans to reopen the theatre more
By JOHN HOWELL -- Many stories make up a village, as I discovered in Pawtuxet on Sunday. more
The multifamily home sector ruled Rhode Island's housing market in April according to the Rhode Island Association of Realtors. In a release this week, the association said investors looking to capitalize on rising rents drove a 43 percent increase in more
By JOHN HOWELL -- Author of legislation that mayors and town managers lobbied so hard for Gov. Gina Raimondo to veto offered no opinion Friday on the outcome of the measure that would leave municipal contracts in place until a successor agreement is more
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