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The Special Legislative Commission to study methods for growing the state's tourism through coordinated branding and marketing efforts is looking for an easy to read dashboard" that will indicate tourism trends. It's not that the state" 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
There's a silent yet scary scene inside the foyer of the Johnston High School auditorium. Officially, it's called the Clothesline Project, a month-long campaign sponsored by SADD (Students Against Dangerous Decisions) and designed to more
Mayors from six Rhode Island cities announced their support for Rhode Island's Promise scholarship, a proposal that would guarantee two years of free college tuition for Rhode Island students at the University of Rhode Island, Rhode Island College, and 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
DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE A driver who told officers that he had probably 12 to 14 beers" after a recent traffic stop was arrested for suspicion of driving under the influence. While on routine patrol traveling eastbound on West Shore Road on January" more
Even though the School Committee's agreement over delaying the sixth grade transition to middle school was met with relief and approval, committee members found themselves facing heat from parents who continue to be dissatisfied with the more
Bishop Hendricken and Toll Gate High School will be two of more than 200 featured bands at Berklee's 49th annual High School Jazz Festival at Hynes Convention Center in Boston this weekend. The festival is the country's largest high school jazz more
Backed by a coalition of advocates from the business, environmental and faith communities as well as legislators from neighboring states, Rep. Aaron Regunberg (D-Dist. 4, Providence) and Sen. Jeanine A. Calkin (D-Dist. 30, Warwick) have introduced more
Wednesday was the 100th day of school for Warwick students and kindergarten and first grade students throughout the district observed the event with exercises using 100. Greenwood School kindergarten teacher Beverly Zartarian added more
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