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By TESSA ROY The Rhode Island American Civil Liberties Union released a report last week raising what it considered to be red flags about privacy regarding school-issued devices for students. The report, entitled High School Non-Confidential: How" more
It was windy and the first of Hurricane Sandy’s sprinkles filled the air, but that couldn’t stop ghosts, goblins and yes, a few angels, from gathering Sunday afternoon for the traditional … more
By JOHN HOWELL Where's there's smoke, there's fire. Fortunately, there wasn't any smoke at Norwood and Holliman Schools last week, but there was a lot of heat and fiery rebukes over how the school administration downplayed the failure of the fire alarm more
By JOHN HOWELL Matthew Hajjar of West Warwick was smiling Tuesday morning. He was holding a sheet of paper, his learner's permit. Now he was ready to be handed the keys to the family car. His mother, Shannon, was also smiling, but she wasn't about to more
On Friday Congressman Jim Langevin presented Cranston resident Mrs. Carol Liebrich, the widow of World War II veteran Robert Liebrich, with a Purple Heart with a Bronze Oak Leaf Cluster, signifying the second Purple Heart he has received. When he was more
Trees by the truckload [Photo gallery]
The Christmas season is here and so are the trees fresh from Maine. This delivery from Bangor arrived early Friday morning to the stand that has been operating for the past 28 years from the … more
Pilgrim High School junior Vanessa Streb was one of 700 students representing 48 schools at the state’s 28th annual Science Olympiad held Saturday at Rhode Island College. “I’ve always been … more
By JEN COWART On Jan. 28 President Donald Trump signed an executive order banning immigration into America from seven Muslim countries, including those with green cards and visas, those already living and working in the United States and those already more
After declaring in her State of the State address that she aims to “rebuild and reinvent” the manufacturing industry, Gov. Gina Raimondo took a step toward keeping her promise on Thursday. She … more
By JOHN HOWELL Now that the Fair Street mansion built in 1830 has been restored and renovated to provide 10 chronically homeless people with permanent apartments, the units need some love and attention before they can be called home. That was evident more
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