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By BRANDON MAXWELL A group of talented young women, ranging from elementary school to high school, presented their final projects at the Girls Who Code Hackathon Showcase this past Friday at the 2017 National Governors Association Summer Meeting at the more
Harris “Hershey” Rosen was the founder of the iconic R.I. company, School House Candy, and soon he will head back to his old stomping grounds. With five factories located throughout New England, … more
By PAM SCHIFF Long-time library program performer Eric Fulford entertained and engaged the children at Oaklawn Library on Friday, July 14, with his drawing and creativity to help the children write their own comic book. Focusing on the theme for the more
By PAM SCHIFF Working off the theme of Building a Better World, 22 kids worked together, as teams to solve clues and puzzles in an escape room program on Wednesday, July 12, at Oaklawn Library. Teen coordinator Linda Archetto designed the program to more
By JACOB MARROCCO It may not be basketball season, but Providence College players Alpha Diallo and Tom Planek were on-campus for a press conference with dozens of media members last Thursday. Former Providence Journal sports writer and current Director more
ASSAULT Officer Smith arrested Valeria Schiappa, 42, of 50 Birch St. # 200 in Cranston on July 17 at 1:14 a.m. for domestic simple assault. The arrest was the result of a disturbance at the aforementioned address. She was held for arraignment in the more
Tolman High School Principal Christopher Savastano was named High School Principal of the Year by the Rhode Island Association of Principals in part for, according to the Pawtucket Times, his efforts in transforming the culture at Tolman High School" more
By PAM SCHIFF On July 29, bright and early at the Park View ball fields, a charity Wiffle Ball tournament is being played to honor two ladies who have a long standing relationship and reputation within the Edgewood Girls Softball League. Two names that more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- Imagine you are a freshman student waking up during your second week at Rhode Island College. You rub your eyes and groggily check your phone. But instead of going to Facebook or Instagram, you hit the icon for the official RIC App. more
By JOHN HOWELL Matthew Hajjar of West Warwick was smiling Tuesday morning. He was holding a sheet of paper, his learner's permit. Now he was ready to be handed the keys to the family car. His mother, Shannon, was also smiling, but she wasn't about to more
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