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Summer Camp is a right of passage for any child. Playing all day with friends with not a worry in the world. The idea of summer camp has been turned upside down in today's corona world. No intermingling with children outside of your more
Advanced Placement [AP] course scores for Toll Gate and Pilgrim high schools are being viewed as a validation that teachers taught and students performed well even though they didn't return to the classroom this academic year after the more
The last three months of senior year weren't exactly what the Toll Gate High School Class of 2020 expected with the usual spring traditions and celebrations interrupted by a more
The United Service Organizations (USO) held a socially-distanced car parade at the Meadowbrook Stop and Shop last Thursday to celebrate the store raising the most money out of New England Stop and Shops for the organization last year. more
Gov. Raimondo and Lt. Gov. Daniel McKee agree small businesses are going to need more help to weather the impact of COVID-19 on the economy. But does the state use $125 million in CARES Act funds to assist 10,000 small businesses with more
The Pilgrim Senior Center began distributing $15 Farmers' Market vouchers to qualified seniors, with social distancing regulations in place, by appointment this week. The program enables participants to apply the vouchers towards the purchase of fresh more
MAN DIES IN FIRE A man was found dead at the scene of a house fire last week, authorities say. The body of Stephen E. Barker, 50, was discovered after firefighters entered his 317 Namquid Drive residence during the early morning hours of July 16, more
Nonprofits from Cranston and Warwick are among the organizations that will share nearly $1.7 million in grants from the COVID-19 Behavioral Health Fund at the Rhode Island Foundation. The grants come as they report a surge in stress due to the crisis. more
The Community College of Rhode Island Foundation recently elected three individuals to serve as trustees, including Angela (Angie) Bannerman Ankoma, Bryony Bouyer and Thomas F. Gilbane Jr. Bannerman Ankoma currently serves as executive vice president, more
City Councilman Anthony Sinapi will face a two-time candidate for state representative for the Ward 8 position on City Council. Sinapi and Dan Elliott are running as Democrats, and are the only two candidates in Ward 8. Voters will elect more
By JOHN HOWELL The city has won a reaffirmation of its financial stability and Mayor Joseph J. Solomon gained an important endorsement of his administration in his bid for reelection with the S&P Global Ratings assignment of an "e;AA"e; long-term rating for more
By JOHN HOWELL It is hard to imagine that in a little more than a month, kids will be walking the corridors and teachers will be standing in front of classrooms, albeit not as full as they were last year. (Guidelines are for classes to be at 50 percent more
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