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By JEN COWART Each year, the fifth-grade students in Theresa Vessella's class participates in Project Citizen, a civics project which gives students the opportunity to learn about issues at hand in their communities and to work to affect change through more
By JACOB MARROCCO Sue Coutu wasn't too aware of the opioid crisis five years ago, but that changed quickly. It was only around 18 months after her daughter, Kristen, revealed she was using heroin before she passed away from a fatal overdose in 2014. The more
By JACOB MARROCCO The Cranston City Council approved a $284.6 million city budget for 2017-18 at a special meeting Monday night, setting aside an extra $420,795 for the school department in contingency funds in the process. Pairing that total with the more
By OLIVIA PERREAULT The Armenian Genocide holds a significant role in world history, yet it barely gets covered in schools nationwide. In order to continue educating the public of this disastrous event, the Armenian Community of Rhode Island presented a more
SLEIGHT * * * (Magician/drug dealer drama) Street magician by day, drug dealer by night. Jacob Latimer plays Bo, a young black, parentless man from the mean streets of LA who cares for his younger sister by passing his hat after wowing people with his more
The next monthly meeting of the National Active and Retired Federal Employees South County Chapter 988 will be held Tuesday, May 9 at the Cowesett Inn, 226 Cowesett Ave., West Warwick. Lunch will be served at 12:15 followed by a meeting and speaker more
On May 1, the Oak Lawn Community Baptist Church held their 150th May Breakfast. Many of the volunteers were dressed in period costumes. The Oak Lawn Community Baptist Church held the Original May Breakfast in 1867 to raise funds for a new church more
By TESSA ROY Local convenience stores have penned a letter opposing Gov. Gina Raimondo's proposed increase on the cigarette tax, saying such increases would hurt their customers and businesses. If Raimondo's budget is passed, it would hike the cigarette more
By JEN COWART During the summer of 2015 our family embarked on a large-scale trip: a five-week, cross-country adventure in a camper we had owned for just three months. We were two adults, two tweens, one teen, a Shih Tzu and a frog, and we were new to more
Golden anniversary Ireland's 32" Society celebrated their 50th anniversary Sunday at the RI Shrinerrs Imperial Room in Pawtuxet with 146 in attendance. The club that meets monthly from September to June at Patrick's Pub in Providence hosts annual St." more
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