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Rhode Island Resource Recovery Corporation (Resource Recovery) first collection of the New Year will take place Saturday, January 6 from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. at 65 Shun Pike in Johnston. This Eco-Depot is available to Rhode Island residents only, and to more
By PAM SCHIFF There were only 16 available spaces that filled up quickly and there was even an extensive waiting list for any possible cancellations reports branch librarian, Stefanie Blankenship. That was the story Dec. 16 as the Oaklawn Library held more
By PAM SCHIFF Back in September, a well-meaning parent posted a teacher request for donations to the donorchoose.org on the BASICS Facebook page, that set off a powder keg of privacy issues and set administrators scrambling to locate over 10 years of more
Grade 8 High Honors Muntaha Asif, Kodi Brown, Rachel Cabral, Mathilda Corocran, Hailee Evans, Amy Fang, Madeleine Gerrish, Spencer Hill, Ghassan Jomaa, Madison Louro, James Ring, Trinity Saad, Nathan Scarborough, Joseph Tevyaw, Kaleigh Valle, Maral Zoban more
By JOHN HOWELL A little cold wasn't going to stop Ryan McGowan, founder of Laid-back Fitness, the sponsor of the seventh annual Frozen Clam Dip and Obstaplunge, a half-mile shoreline obstacle course race at Goddard Memorial State Park Beach followed by a more
By JEN COWART As part of the recent CS4RI statewide computer science summit, a special three-hour session was held for school administrators and guidance counselors to discuss why computer science education matters. An overview of CS4RI programs was more
Computer Science Week kicked off on Dec. 4, and all month long elementary students in Cranston Public Schools were partaking in a variety of computer science activities. Students played games and took tutorials; read biographies of computer coding more
The holiday season just got a lot brighter for patrons of struggling food pantries in Cranston and Warwick thanks to a $100,000 grant from the Rhode Island Foundation. Sparked by a recent report that hunger is at a 10-year high in Rhode Island, the more
By JEN COWART On December 12 a meeting was held at Cranston High School West in the auditorium for those who attend Western Hills Middle School and Hope Highlands Middle School. Just over 80 people were in attendance. The presentation was put on by WHMS more
By THOMAS GREENBERG As most college students will tell you, anything helps. Any sort of money they can get - whether it be scholarships, grants, or even presents from the grandparents - go a long way in helping them afford college costs. So when the more
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