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The results from Rhode Island’s first year of assessing student achievement through the Rhode Island Comprehensive Assessment System (RICAS) exam – a test for grades 3-8 based upon the … more
The cause of the fire that ripped through Woodbury Union Church Thanksgiving eve has yet to be identified; insurance adjusters have not said how much the company will pay; members of the congregation … more
What’s next? First there was the fire at Woodbury Union Church and then the burst heating pipe at St. Kevin School. “Fire, floods; what’s next, the locusts and the frogs?” said Father … more
Browse our collection of Santa photos, find the one you want, and send us an email or call to order prints. more
What more can a group of kids ask for? After a hugely successful fundraising campaign spearheaded by the school PTO, the students who raised the most got to celebrate by silly stringing their new principal. more
By PETE FONTAINE -- Gift Giving Tuesday has never had such a meaning as it did earlier this week, especially at Hasbro Children's Hospital courtesy of the Johnston Memorial Cancer Events... more
Due to a burst pipe that occurred last Saturday, St. Kevin School may not be able to open as anticipated on Monday, rather it may take more extensive remediation than expected. It may also require … more
Rhode Island motor-vehicle services will be unavailable at AAA Northeast branches this Saturday as the Rhode Island Division of Motor Vehicles brings its REAL ID computer program online. The REAL ID Act was enacted by the federal government in 2005 in more
By JOHN HOWELL Pacifists from two local groups walked the sidewalk in front of the Summit Office Park on Centerville Road yesterday afternoon in hopes of gaining Congressman James Langevin's support of their efforts to pressure Saudi Arabia to end its more
Governor Gina M. Raimondo is inviting all Rhode Islanders to attend this year's Christmas Tree Lighting celebration at the State House. The festivities will take place this Thursday at 5 p.m. Governor Raimondo, First Gentleman Andy Moffit and their kids more
Life coach Gina Colvario Krupka will speak about how to cultivate internal and external peace for the holidays and the New Year at Warwick Public Library on Wednesday, December 5 at 7 p.m. You can't control everything that happens in your life, but with more
No longer there The city has removed this statue of the Virgin Mary that appeared this fall in the grasses off the south shore of Conimicut Point. A spokeswoman for the mayor said the city had not given approval for the statue to be erected and had no more
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