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Providence College recently held its 31st annual computer programming contest. Bishop Hendricken High School students competed, and the team of four took home first place on the second day of the competition, surpassing 14 other schools. The event is more
To the Editor: I was thrilled to see the animal control officer parked at the beginning of the paths at Rocky Point on a recent Sunday. I read that they were going to start doing that because of people like you, who believe they do not have to obey the more
STANDOFF At approximately 7:50 p.m. on April 22, the Warwick Police Department responded to 150 Gordon Avenue for a domestic disturbance. Prior to police arriving they were informed that the suspect had discharged a firearm multiple times as tenants fled more
By JOHN HOWELL It was 1983 and a group out of California, the United States Academic Decathlon, was looking to stir up national interest in a newly created program to turn the spotlight on academic achievement. To launch the competition, named because it more
Mayor Scott Avedisian, in continuing partnership with substance abuse prevention coalitions and student assistance counselors across Rhode Island, will join former United States Attorney Peter F. Neronha, as he moderates the 13th in a series of town hall more
By DAWN ANDERSON Dismal, rainy weather couldn't stop the hundreds of science enthusiasts who came together on Earth Day to support Rhode Island's first March for Science. Held at the State House, the event attracted people of all ages and walks of life more
By JOHN HOWELL Now that the Fair Street mansion built in 1830 has been restored and renovated to provide 10 chronically homeless people with permanent apartments, the units need some love and attention before they can be called home. That was evident more
By JOHN HOWELL Saying that he generally favors setting bail at a level that allows suspects not at risk of taking flight to be free until trial, Superior Court Justice Daniel A. Procaccini said Friday he was departing from his practice because of the more
By PETE FONTAINE If first impressions hold true, the Tri-City Elks first-ever Easter Egg Hunt will serve as the building block for a string of children-oriented successes in the months to come. With old man weather providing a beautiful backdrop of more
Joan E. Patnaude, 74, of Warwick, died Wednesday, April 19, 2017 at home. She was the beloved wife of the late Ernest B. Patnaude, Jr. Born in Providence, Joan was a daughter of the late Joseph … more
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