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By OLIVIA PERREAULT Amongst the regular hustle and bustle of the Warwick Mall this Saturday, children of all ages were huddled together listening to guest speakers read some of their favorite books. The National Education Association Rhode Island more
By TESSA ROY Toll Gate's drama club has far more than 13 students putting on its latest production. Advisor Tim Hayes said the club got an influx of students after consolidation, many of who were involved in drama in middle school and wanted to continue more
By JOHN HOWELL Super Storm Sandy was the worst. Jeff Baris had been following the storm. He had lots on his mind. As the city's Harbormaster he was concerned of the storm's effects on the city's waterfront and how it would impact marinas and the many more
Monday’s town meeting where Congressman Jim Langevin talked about “challenging times in Washington” was unlike some other meetings since Donald Trump took office. While the parking lot at … more
IDENTITY FRAUD Officer Timothy Kenyon was dispatched to a Sweetfern Road residence on February 13 for a report of a fraud. At the scene he met with the victim, who stated she had received a notice from GC Service Limited Partnership, a collection agency, more
By JOHN HOWELL Seventy percent of all American taxpayers - 111 million people - qualify to have their tax returns prepared for free under the e-file system but only 3 million take advantage of the online service, Bernard McKay told a room of elected and more
“We’re not going to get any other business done here tonight. In fact, I don’t know if we’re going to complete this here tonight,” said City Council President Joseph Solomon on Monday night … more
In his 33 years as a policeman, Deputy Chief Michael Babula has never encountered a situation like that Sunday when a man walked into the Rite Aid at 1201 Warwick Ave. and randomly attacked an 18-year-old employee who had been stocking shelves with a more
By TESSA ROY Bishop Hendricken alum Johnny Gates never expected to compete on NBC's The Voice, but on Tuesday night viewers of the musical competition show caught judge Blake Shelton comparing him to Mick Jagger soon after he auditioned. Three of the more
When it comes to cutting the car tax and sending students to college with two years of free tuition, Governor Gina Raimondo’s Deputy Chief of Staff Kevin Gallagher thinks Rhode Island can walk and … more
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