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The following Winman Junior High School students earned honors for the first quarter: Grade 7 High Honors Mijanielle Achille, Elizabeth Adeyefa, Ama Akoto, Ethar Al Tekreeti, Bryce Barker, William Beagan, Marie Bonynge, Lily Bouley, Kendall Brooks, more
Paul R. Pearson, 73, of Enfield, beloved husband of Susan (Rollins) Pearson passed away peacefully on Friday, December 9, 2016, at home. He was born on February 23, 1943, in Providence, Rhode … more
By JOHN HOWELL Mayor Scott Avedisian and Superintendent Philip Thornton have jointly requested the state Department of Education conduct an expedited" review of the district's special education program "to assure that our work is aligned with" more
By JOHN HOWELL Parents of secondary school students will have electronic access to their children's grades beginning next week if teachers abide by a memo issued to teachers Monday by Superintendent Philip Thornton. The action comes following a Superior more
ARSON On November 29, Detective Jeffery Viveiros was made aware that a resident on Millcove Road had contacted the department the previous morning to report that he had discovered burned newspaper inside his green recycling bin. Officers Jandreau and more
By JOHN HOWELL With Warwick customers of the Kent County Water Authority already paying nearly twice what Warwick Water Division customers pay, the city objected yesterday to Kent County's request for rate increases that would boost bills by more than 14 more
Robert A. Gemma Jr., 48, of Cranston, passed away on Tuesday, December 6, 2016 at RI Hospital. He was the loving father of Robert A. Gemma, III. Born in Providence, he was a son of Elaine … more
Rhode Island leaders and schools kicked off Computer Science Education Week by welcoming a high-caliber guest to the state Monday. U.S. Secretary of Education John King, accompanied by Governor Gina Raimondo, Senator Jack Reed, and Rhode more
To the Editor: On November 8, 2016, I was traveling west on Centerville Road about 2:30 in the afternoon along with many other cars. The road had just been scraped and cleared of the old asphalt awaiting the new asphalt to be poured later that day. more
When parish leadership at St. Mark’s Episcopal Church noticed people in the community going hungry, they knew they had to do something. “We did recognize early on that there was a lot of food … more
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