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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
Every year since 1976, the third Thursday in November marks the American Cancer Society’s “Great American Smokeout,” a day when smokers are encouraged to put down all tobacco products and … more
Trio of stars [Photo gallery]
Three Winman Junior High students were recently named to the to the 2013 Junior All-State Orchestra. They will perform in concert in March at Veteran’s Memorial Auditorium. Pictured from left are: … more
For a company that develops programs that keeps track of millions of sales and has clients across North America, a move from Cranston to Warwick wouldn’t seem to be a “big thing.” That’s … more
The Church of the Annunciation has a time-honored tradition that will be celebrated in several forms this weekend at 175 Oaklawn Avenue in Cranston. Officially, it's the Holiday Bazaar & Greek Food Fair that began many years ago when more
Robert William Nolan was ordained and installed at Woodridge United Church of Christ on Sept. 25. The most prevalent comment made by clergy, friends and family was “wow!” The service and … more
Doubled up for adoption [Photo gallery]
Meet Thelma and Louise, two adoptable dogs looking for a home together. The pair was found running loose in Goddard Park. Thelma is a 2-year-old Bichon Frise and Louise is a 5-year-old shih … more
New Beach Contour [Photo gallery]
Department of Public Works crews got an early jump on addressing the erosion… more
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