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Incoming 7th graders will be able to have a freshman orientation-style induction" right before the 2017/2018 year begins. "Middle school means more than just a seismic shift for students academically. It's an educational model that asks them to suddenly" more
URI students receive excellence awards from history department The history department in the University of Rhode Island's College of Arts and Sciences held an awards ceremony Sunday, April 30, to honor students who have demonstrated excellence in the more
By JOHN HOWELL Nineteen World War II veterans and another 29 from the Korean War were welcomed home for a second time Saturday. This time people they don't know were cheering, waving flags and running up to shake their hands, take their picture and thank more
Frank Saccoccio Korean War veteran US Air Force A jet engine mechanic, Saccoccio of Johnston was stationed at Albuquerque, NM where he worked on jet fighters from the F84 to the F104. At the time, the Air Force didn't issue ear protectors, or for that more
ARMED ROBBERY On June 7 at 12:31am, the Warwick Police Department responded to the Cumberland Farms Store located at 1291 Warwick Avenue for a report of a male subject who had entered the store, displayed a silver handgun, and demanded money. He was more
They're vets at art Many former Veterans High School students knew exactly what sidewalk creations are all about. They watched the senior class do it at this time of year. But then when Vets closed as a high school and students moved to Pilgrim, it more
The Rhode Island Department of Education (RIDE) has posted a draft of its State Plan under the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA), the federal education law that replaced No Child Left Behind. Educators, families, and all Rhode Islanders are invited to more
By PETE FONTAINE Many of the folks who live at the Rhode Island Veterans Home in Bristol have never been to Wright's Farm in Burrillville. Monday, though, upwards of three dozen of those vets got a taste of the famous Sunday dinner, Italian style that's more
U.S. Air Force Air National Guard Airman 1st Class Richard R. Fuller recently graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas. The airman completed an intensive, eight-week program that included training in more
The RI Philharmonic Orchestra announces four Summer Pops concerts across Rhode Island. Resident Conductor Francisco Noya conducts concerts that are free of charge and open to the public. The program includes music from Leonard Bernstein, John Philip more
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