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Reading week is an event that the students look forward to every spring at Holliman School.  In an effort to keep student spirit and educational enthusiasm strong, Reading Week was still … more
By LAURA WEICK A coalition of Rhode Islanders and Secretary of State Nellie Gorbea support legislation to make voting by mail easier and more secure during the ongoing pandemic. During a press conference held over Zoom on June 12, Gorbea and panelists more
A salute to our colors For the past 65 years Dedham, Mass. American Legion Post 18 has helped observe Flag Day with a parade that steps off at 6 p.m. on June 14 and concludes with the lowering of the flag. The pandemic put a stop to the parade, but not more
Bob Sirhal, a long-time volunteer in the Narragansett Council, Boy Scouts of America's Venturing program, has been honored with the National Venturing Leadership award for helping shape Venturing into the successful program it is today. This award was more
DUI At approximately 2 a.m. on June 12, Officer Cody Wild responded to New London Avenue for a report of a motor vehicle accident. At the scene, Wild made contact with one of the operators, who was bleeding from the head. While the operator was checked more
By LAURA WEICK The Rhode Island Airport Corporation (RIAC) approved a $54 million budget for the upcoming fiscal year, discussed airport renovations and renewed its partnership with the New England Patriots during a virtual meeting on June 11. The more
By JOHN HOWELL At best, the administration's revenue projections for the fiscal year starting July 1 are a best guess. "e;In another six months we'll really see what the economic impact of this [CODID-19] is,"e; Michael D'Amico, financial consultant to Mayor more
By LAURA WEICK Gov. Gina Raimondo and Rhode Island Department of Health Director Dr. Nicole-Alexander Scott encouraged testing in high-density areas during Wednesday's COVID-19 press conference, while also announcing four new asymptomatic testing sites. more
By JOHN HOWELL The names are a secret for the moment, but Richard Cascella, Republican City Committee chairman, is hopeful of fielding a complete set of candidates to challenge incumbent Democratic City Council members and Mayor Joseph J. Solomon. "e;It's more
Reaching for the heavens As restoration to the burned out Woodbury Union Church in the center of Conimicut Village nears completion, the 1,000-pound fiberglass steeple manufactured out of state arrived by trailer truck Monday evening and was lifted by more
By JOHN HOWELL You can browse through the latest books and take ones home from the Warwick Public Library; you can leave your pre-school child off at daycare; and you can dine in a restaurant, albeit at a secluded table and with a limited number of more
The protest movement sparked by the death of George Floyd is focused most immediately on calls to reform police departments throughout the U.S. Activists generally want to redirect a portion of money away from police budgets to social needs like housing. more
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