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An ambitious wall-climbing robot that worked perfectly in front of the judges during a design review session was key to the Bright Blue Builders' success at the FIRST LEGO League qualifying tournament at The Gordon School in East more
Undercover kindness [Photo gallery]
The Executives Association of Rhode Island presented donations and clothing for the second year to Project Undercover, a non-profit organization supporting children living in poverty in the Ocean … more
Lt. Governor Daniel J. McKee and Brigadier General Christopher P. Callahan joined more than 100 volunteers at the Rhode Island National Guard Armory in Warwick on Sunday to wrap up Operation Holiday Cheer, a weekend-long event that sends care packages to more
Deck the lights [Photo gallery]
Members of the Conimicut Village Association were out in full force this Saturday trimming the tree in Donovan Park for Friday evening’s tree lighting ceremony at 6:30 and wiring lighted wreaths to … more
It’s an annual tradition, and a sure sign that summer is fast approaching. It’s the Walking Tour of Historic Pawtuxet Village, hosted by the E.T. Wyman PTA and presented by the students of Wyman, … more
Brenda and Raymond “Chip” Bolster were recognized with the Outstanding Philanthropic Citizen Award given each year to an individual or family that exhibits a spirit of exceptional generosity and … more
This month's supermoon is one for the record books, as it's the largest and brightest moon seen in the sky since 1948. On November 13 and 14, the moon was at its perigee-the closest point to earth during its orbit-and will not more
Rhode Island leaders and schools kicked off Computer Science Education Week by welcoming a high-caliber guest to the state Monday. U.S. Secretary of Education John King, accompanied by Governor Gina Raimondo, Senator Jack Reed, and Rhode more
Andy Moffit admitted to the Warwick Rotary Club that being the state’s first First Gentleman is “a kind of strange experience.” “It starts with the name,” he said. And then, he … more
When the mail ballots were counted for House District 15 the race ended up just the way House Speaker Nicholas Mattiello predicted after the polls closed election night: he would be the winner, although the machine count had him trailing more
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