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Listening to the radio the other morning, the female DJ mentioned that many people feel let down after the holidays; that all of their planning and business has ceased and depression sets in. The opposite is true for me. After the holiday, I am content more
Sam Sisakhti knew five days into his first job in finance that the field wasn’t right for him. Freshly graduated from Brandeis University, and now without a clear vision of his future, he went to … more
CITY OF CRANSTON BOARD OF CONTRACT AND PURCHASE AGENDA There will be a meeting of the Board of Contract and Purchase on January 23, 2018 at 5:30 p.m. at Cranston City Hall in the Council … more
Notice of Lien & Foreclosure Gentry Inc. notice of public sale of personal property for the non-payment of storage charges and fees pursuant to the poser of sale contained in Rhode Island General … more
In modern public life, even the most prejudiced characters learn to camouflage their bigotry in order to survive in the political game. On the contrary, one might remember the days of the late Alabama Governor and presidential candidate George Wallace. more
By JEN COWART It was an intense morning in the auditorium at Park View Middle School on Wednesday, January 10 as students watched their peers on stage as finalists for the school's National Geographic Bee. Eight students representing each team for the more
The following students have earned first quarter honors at Western Hills Middle School: Grade 8 High Honors Josaris Agosto, Irina Amadio, Kylie Boatner, Molly Brown, Juliana Bucci, Angelica Bueno, Olivia Cataldi, Taylor Cheshier, Jacob Chin, Janelis more
By PAM SCHIFF The pipe burst from the water main outside of Edgewood Highland Elementary School not only forced an emergency evacuation from the building, but it also caused the school to be closed indefinitely. At one point, there was four feet of water more
By JEN COWART It is a known fact women make up a great deal less of the engineering workforce than men. In 2015 only 14 percent of engineers were women, according to a 2017 report from the Global Policy Institute. The push to introduce young female more
By JEN COWART Haitian community leaders, politicians and dignitaries from across the state gathered at Dorcas International's North Campus on Elmwood Avenue Sunday to rebuke the ugliness and inappropriate nature of the words and sentiments shared by more
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