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By JOHN HOWELL While Rhode Island Republicans have difficulty recruiting candidates to run for public office - with many seats left uncontested - a contest has shaped up for the chair of the state party with five candidates vying for the slot. All five more
By PAM SCHIFF The Cranston Special Education Advisory Committee (SEAC) held their first meeting on Oct. 2 with a presentation given by district administrators on special education process and eligibility. SEAC is a group of parents, teachers and more
By JOHN HOWELL They're going to build a lunar command module at the Warwick Area Career and Tech Center. Expect it to be completed by the end of the spring semester and ready for takeoff on July 20. Although designed for space travel, this module more
Michael T. Marrapese, 40, is accused of killing 29-year-old Lauren Ise. He was arraigned in Third Division District Court on Thursday morning, where he entered no plea and was ordered held without bail. more
Rhode Islanders for Reform plan to continue their fight to change House rules even though their demonstration at the State House on Tuesday did nothing to alter the re-election of Nicholas Mattiello … more
Rep. Robert B. Lancia (R-Dist. 16, Cranston) will be attending the White House Conference with Rhode Island state and local Leaders on Thursday, Oct. 18. more
A service for the blessing of the animals will be held at Edgewood Congregational Sunday, October 7, at 10 a.m. Members, guests and neighbors are invited to the service at the church located … more
Sailing into spring [Photo gallery]
Photos by John Howell more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE Local commuters will soon face a months-long detour along one of the city's main west-to-east routes. Starting March 11, motorists traveling east on Route 12 will be rerouted from a portion of the roadway between Dyer and Gansett more
Members of the R.I. General Assembly and physicians from Brown Dermatology were recently honored during the annual Cancer Research Breakfast at Roger Williams Park Casino for their leadership in helping pass legislation that makes it illegal for minors more
By IAN WEINER On Jan. 7, District 19 Rep. Joseph McNamara (Warwick, Cranston) introduced legislation Monday that would drastically change Rhode Island's education standards by introducing statewide academic curriculum that align with the Common Core... more
The Hope Highlands PTO tries to keep their fundraising to a minimum, recognizing that money is tight for families. They host three events each year, including Friday’s annual Walk-a-thon, the … more
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