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POSSESSION On January 23 at 1:08 a.m., Officers Machado, Quaranto, Maione, and Merry arrested Micayla Martin, 20, of 381 Wickeden Street in Providence for possession of a Schedule III drug, Suboxone. The arrest was the result of an officer initiated more
After releasing her $9.248 billion budget last week, Governor Gina Raimondo continued to promote her campaign for two years of free college education to Rhode Islanders, saying the initiative is not … more
By JEN COWART Governor Gina Raimondo was at Cranston East last week and Johnston High School this week, to discuss her proposed free college initiative for college students, beginning with the high school graduating classes of 2017, which would offer more
By JEN COWART A pep rally Friday at Park View Middle School highlighted the importance of public education and the challenges the public school systems face when funding follows students who choose charter schools and other out of district placements. more
By TESSA ROY In the wake of both praise and criticism for the new programs she announced in 2016, Governor Gina Raimondo chose to focus on opportunity in her State of the State address Tuesday. Our job is to ensure that there is opportunity for every" more
A “friendly rivalry” between neighboring cities is sure to ignite, as Cranston looks poised to overtake Warwick as the second largest city in the state. “The mayor would certainly take … more
By JEN COWART Western Hills Middle School's after school STEM club was chosen as Rhode Island's Best in State" for the Verizon App. This is the fourth year in a row the school has taken this title. Faculty advisors Michael Blackburn and John Worthington" more
By JOHN HOWELL State Police told Russell Yates Monday that after more than three decades they had a lead on the whereabouts of his wife and children. Yates was hopeful, although police didn't offer all that much information. Then Tuesday, upon returning more
By JEN COWART The last few months have left Matt Donnelly and Jeff St. Germain unsettled and worried about the future, especially as the inauguration looms. Warwick residents and small business owners, Donnelly and St. Germain have been partners for 34 more
By MERI R. KENNEDY On Saturday, Jan. 21, from 1 to 3 p.m., on the State House Lawn, Rhode Islanders will join a worldwide movement built around the Women's March on Washington, D.C. The RI Women's Solidarity Rally in Providence is one of 300 rallies more
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