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TEACHER ARRESTED The Rhode Island State Police and Director of the Rhode Island Department of Public Safety announced Monday the arrest of Andrew Hallam, 32, of 30 Ethan Street in Warwick, on an affidavit/arrest warrant for embezzlement. According to a more
RECKLESS DRIVING AND MORE Officer Kevin McGuire was dispatched to Post Road and Elmwood Avenue on August 6 at 10:12 p.m. for a check condition call. As he was headed to the scene he observed a blue pickup truck traveling southbound in the breakdown lane more
By RYAN CHAMPLIN -- Northwest Student Exchange is a Seattle-based non-profit that places 325 students each year. By keeping that number low, it ensures that students remain a "name, rather than a number." more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- Nothing could stop Mother Nature now. A historic series of flooding in March of 2010 had caused the waters of the Pawtuxet River to steadily rise, and they would soon crest the levee that protected the Warwick wastewater treatment facility... more
By JOHN HOWELL -- Sue Barbour has a good idea why recent retirees like driving a school bus: “They have been doing the ‘honey-do’ list a little too long..." more
By CAROL SULLIVAN -- During my early childhood, my parents, Arthur and Gladys Mansfield and brother, David, left Providence and Trinity United Methodist Church for a change of scenery (more country-feel desired at the time)... more
The Division 2 Field Hockey State Champions from Pilgrim put their voices and their athletic vigor to the test Saturday at a car wash at the Pilgrim Senior Center... more
By RYAN CHAMPLIN -- Most Rhode Islanders know the feeling of telling someone where they are from, and the common response that follows: Where in New York is that?" Roberta Mudge Humble wants to do something about that... more
By JOHN HOWELL -- Homeowners within the Governor Francis Farms III sewer project got some good news Thursday when bids for the work were lower than engineering projections. And then there was the disappointing news - you might say bad news... more
There's nothing quite like a celestial event, the likes of which hasn't been seen in nearly 40 years, to provide some sorely needed perspective into our Earthbound activities. The first total solar eclipse visible from American soil since Feb. 26, 1979 more
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