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CAMERA-READY MOMS: The moms in the audience at …
The moms of first-graders at Warwick Neck Elementary School received a special treat during yesterday’s Mother’s Day Tea, when special tribute videos made by their kids were shown. Using the … more
Letters will be mailed at the end of the week to approximately 630 real estate taxpayers who are believed to be behind in their property tax payments, advising them that their property is currently … more
SHOW OF SUPPORT: Joanne G. Quinn, executive …
“Community is one of Washington Trust’s core values,” said Ned Handy, president and chief operating officer of Rhode Island’s oldest and largest bank, was saying last Thursday morning inside … more
ARMED ROBBERY: The suspect in the armed robbery …
A suspect is being sought in an armed robbery that occurred at the 7-11 on Reservoir Avenue in Cranston earlier this week. According to police, the suspect entered the store at midnight on Sept. … more
RAY Di PASQUALE
Rhode Island could be in for a flip-flop. Last week, Community College of Rhode Island President Ray Di Pasquale disclosed to members of the CCRI Foundation that he is one of three finalists for … more
A range of employers will attend a job fair from 10 a.m. to noon tomorrow at the Quonset Business Park, 95 Cripe Street, North Kingstown. The job fair, a collaboration between the Quonset Development … more
RAY Di PASQUALE
The New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC) recently reaccredited the Community College of Rhode Island (CCRI) for 10 years, the maximum reaccredidation. The process involved an … more
A timeframe has been established for the investigation being conducted by attorney Vincent Ragosta into whether or not school administration officials appropriately dealt with an incident involving … more
Kent Hospital’s Outpatient Rehabilitation Clinic in East Greenwich has added LSVT BIG™ to its physical therapy and occupational therapy programs. LSVT BIG™ is a specialized limb movement … more
GETTING THEIR STORIES: Students Matt Rich and …
AP English students at Bishop Hendricken are writing history. Not their own history, but that of seniors in assisted living care. On Friday, for the first time, a group of 17 senior residents of … more
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