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By ETHAN HARTLEY The fate of whether or not municipal employees and teachers will have their contracts extended indefinitely until they reach terms for a new contract now lies solely in the hands of Governor Gina Raimondo, as the bill that originated in more
By PAM SCHIFF On this past sunny and cool Sunday, 16 goats from RI Goatscapes got to work on cleaning out the brush and weeds at the new Cranston location for EGAPL. According to Jackie Magnan from R.I. GoatScapes & Land Clearing by the Herd of Hope, the more
The Rhode Island Division of State Fire Marshal is urging those planning to use fireworks to celebrate the Fourth of July to do so carefully. “Fireworks can be fun, but they’re also … more
By JEN COWART When thinking about what he should do for his Eagle Scout project, former Woodridge student Jeffrey Marchetti didn't have to think very long about what he wanted to do. The worn out blacktop at his former elementary school was in need of a more
By ALLIE LEWIS For the few who ran, Saturday morning's showers could not put a damper on the efforts that went into fundraising for a good cause. Cranston resident Nicole White helped organize the first ever Short Bowel Syndrome Foundation for Children more
Slimed for a cause Rhodes Principal Erica Stackhouse challenged fifth-grade students to raise more than $1,000 for the school's Wounded Warrior Fundraiser, and she paid for it. As a reward, the students were rewarded with an opportunity to slime their more
By JEN COWART Earlier in the school year, Glen Hills third grade teacher Lisa Davis received exciting news: she was the recipient of a Rhode Island Foundation grant in the amount of $1,000 which would support her Classroom Spark Grant Project. The letter more
By PAM SCHIFF Working off the seventh grade curriculum, members of the Phoenix team at Park View Middle School have studied about the Middle Ages, more specifically feudalism. The idea originated from Mrs. Larkin, who is the Phoenix Team seventh grade more
By PAM SCHIFF In the fall of 2016, Cranston Superintendent Jeannine Nota-Masse approached schools asking if anyone was interested in applying for a grant through the Rhode Island Department of Education to have a community garden. An excerpt from the more
By MERI R. KENNEDY Ariel is the current queen piggy of the rescue is part of Smith & Agli's Potbelly Manor's pet-assisted therapy program, located at 401 Ten Rod Road in North Kingstown. She visits local schools to teach children about being kind to more
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