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By JOHN HOWELL What was a matter of failed school fire alarms has become an issue of trust that threatens school administration efforts to address the city's aging schools. On Monday City Council members Ed Ladouceur, D-Ward 5, Jeremy Rix, D-Ward 2 and more
The Miriam Hospital is recruiting normal-weight and overweight children, ages 10 to 17 for a research study aimed at understanding how they regulate their emotions and if that's related to their weight or eating behavior. The findings may help more
The following Toll Gate students have earned honors for the second quarter: Grade 9 High Honors: Lhord Aguilar, Rawan AlTekreeti, Diana Alarcon, Elijah Alcantara, Natalie Aloisio, Sophie Amore, Antonia Andreason, Katherine Arthurs, Elizabeth Barrett, more
Taste aids A-T research More than 280 people turned out for St. Gregory the Great's Knights of Columbus (KoC) Taste of Italy dinner on January 28, which raised more than $5,000 for the organization's charitable works. The Knights donated $2,500 of the more
At Home will open its first Rhode Island location on Wednesday, April 5, at 25 Pace Blvd. in Warwick. The 111,000-square-foot home decor superstore, the first in Rhode Island will offer more than 50,000 home decor items from furniture, rugs, art and more
By PETE FONTAINE The Tri-City Elks added a new chapter to their illustrious history Sunday, March 19. At a standing room only event, which featured high-ranking Elks officers and dignitaries from all over Rhode Island as well as Southeastern more
By PAM SCHIFF Ethan Golditch is ready to take the 1,192.2-mile trip from Warwick to Tuscaloosa, Alabama thanks to a scholarship. Golditch is the recipient of the Presidential Award and will receive all four years of undergraduate tuition free at the more
BankNewport newest branch at 4000 Chapel View in Cranston will host a grand opening celebration on April 8 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The celebration will include a book signing with Sandra Moyer, author of Cranston Revisited from 10 a.m. until noon, more
On Wednesday approximately 660 Warwick Public Schools 10th and 11th graders will sit down to take the PSAT and SAT for free. As part of a state-wide initiative, first announced by Governor Gina Raimondo in February 2016, students will be allowed to take more
By TESSA ROY Governor Gina Raimondo said Monday that there is no silver bullet" in the fight against the overdose crisis. "It's not an exaggeration to say this is a crisis. The overdose epidemic is taking our friends and family from us in every single" more
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