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It's cold and snowy out there, but despite the temperature, many Rhode Islanders consistently buckle up their boots and head out in the cold to fill their bird feeders each week. Determined to help our feathered friends survive the winter storms and more
By JEN COWART It was an intense morning in the auditorium at Park View Middle School on Wednesday, January 10 as students watched their peers on stage as finalists for the school's National Geographic Bee. Eight students representing each team for the more
The following students have earned first quarter honors at Western Hills Middle School: Grade 8 High Honors Josaris Agosto, Irina Amadio, Kylie Boatner, Molly Brown, Juliana Bucci, Angelica Bueno, Olivia Cataldi, Taylor Cheshier, Jacob Chin, Janelis more
By PAM SCHIFF The pipe burst from the water main outside of Edgewood Highland Elementary School not only forced an emergency evacuation from the building, but it also caused the school to be closed indefinitely. At one point, there was four feet of water more
By JEN COWART It is a known fact women make up a great deal less of the engineering workforce than men. In 2015 only 14 percent of engineers were women, according to a 2017 report from the Global Policy Institute. The push to introduce young female more
By JEN COWART Haitian community leaders, politicians and dignitaries from across the state gathered at Dorcas International's North Campus on Elmwood Avenue Sunday to rebuke the ugliness and inappropriate nature of the words and sentiments shared by more
Here are highlights from news and events that took place in the General Assembly last week. For more information on any of these items visit www.rilegislature.gov/pressrelease. Sen. Doyle steps down; special election dates set Sen. James E. Doyle, II more
By JEN COWART As the Cranston Education Advisory Board (CEAB) progresses through their year, they have taken the opportunity to host their meetings at a variety of schools in Cranston. On Monday night they paid a visit to Cranston's third high school, more
By PAM SCHIFF The Park View community prides itself on its reputation of generosity and giving to those in need. Starting at the beginning of December this past school year, the school came together and did a supply drive for the Hasbro Tomorrow Fund for more
By JOHN HOWELL -- What started out as an inquiry about the Cranston Cultural Arts Council more than a year ago is leading to the recognition of the late John V. Pagliarini, his widow Florence and their profound love of the arts. more
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