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There's no way to skirt around the facts. The state of public schools in Rhode Island is a dire problem. The Jacobs Report - a statewide, independent assessment of the repair needs, from crucial to cosmetics, of all 307 public school facilities more
By ETHAN HARTLEY More than 50 local and national employers set up shop in the main atrium of Warwick Mall last Friday to give veterans a first-come, first-serve chance at relevant employment opportunities during the seventh annual Hiring our Heroes" job" more
It's Halloween season, and many children and adults look forward to this spooky night. But tricks and treats can be overwhelming and hazardous for pets. Noises, smells and people in costumes can startle many pets, while other activities can even be more
On Friday, November 3, Bank Rhode Island (BankRI) will welcome one of the state’s most recognizable vehicles when it hosts the Gloria Gemma Breast Cancer Resource Foundation’s “Hope Bus” at … more
The PawSox will host their second annual Open House and Ball Yard Sale at McCoy Stadium on Saturday, October 28, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Fans and children of any age can take walks around the warning track, sit in the dugouts and pose for photos, and more
A rally for Asbury Members of Asbury United Methodist Church at 143 Ann Mary Brown Drive, Warwick, recently joined for a group photo on Rally Day" and to welcome members to the congregation. Sunday service is at 10 a.m. with communion offered the first" more
Beach day for the dogs The beach at City Park was the place to gather Saturday for the Friends of the Warwick Animal Shelter dog walk and blessing of the animals. Shelter dogs for adoption wore jackets with adopt me" and joined in the walk through City" more
More than 250 educators, industry partners, students and community leaders came together recently for the first-ever PrepareRI Summit, a daylong strategy session on career education in Rhode Island. Hosted by the Rhode Island Department of Education more
Each day, an average of six teenagers die in motor vehicle crashes in the United States and 600 others are injured, according to federal statistics. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reports that motor vehicles crashes are the number one more
Taking precautions Mayor Avedisian helped kick off the city's annual flu vaccine campaign by getting his flu shot on Friday morning. Administering the vaccination is community wellness nurse Pat Seltzer. Clinics will be held at the following dates and more
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