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Honoring our flag For years, John Wickes School Principal Roy Costa has made it a practice to have the school observe June 14 - Flag Day - with songs, a history of the American flag and, of course, the raising of the flag. Singing for the school assembly more
Daniel J. Kubas-Meyer has joined the Kent Center as its president and CEO, succeeding David Lauterbach, who retired recently. Kubas-Meyer brings over 30 years of expertise serving as a lifelong advocate for people suffering from behavioral health issues. more
Project Undercover, the only organization in Rhode Island dedicated to reducing diaper need, has partnered with the Community College of Rhode Island to create a first-of-its-kind “diaper … more
To the Editor: June 14, 2017 witnessed two massacres here in America. In Virginia, a maniac opened fire on congressional individuals in Virginia, his reason having been silenced along with his … more
The Rhode Island Senate passed legislation Tuesday introduced by Senate Majority Leader Michael J. McCaffrey (D-Dist. 29, Warwick) that would make provisions for in-state tuition for members of the military on active duty. The legislation (2017-S 0462) more
To the Editor: Just what did Hillary Clinton do to deserve such a venomous letter by Sam Parente (Deceivers in the Democratic Party, 6/8/17)? I must assume Parente cast his vote for Donald Trump. If so what did the nation get? A so-called president who more
Touro Fraternal Association, the largest independent Jewish fraternal order in New England, has commenced the celebration of its centennial year. Founded by the Honorable Jacob A. Eaton, Rhode Island's first Jewish member of the General Assembly, Touro more
The Nellie Mae Education Foundation has announced its call for nominations for the Lawrence W. O'Toole Teacher Leadership Awards. Grants of up to $15,000 will be awarded to 12 high school teachers in New England who have advocated for student-centered more
Cartwheels to cure cancer Veterans Junior High School eighth graders conducted a relay for life to raise funds for the American Cancer Society June 9 at the school track. With sunny conditions for the first time in seemingly ages, conditions were perfect more
Ninja for a day The Norwood School PTA has traditionally held an end-of-the-school year field day at the nearby Boys and Girls Club field. But this year, it was decidedly different as the PTA hosted a Mobile Ninja Party" staged by Laid-back Fitness. The" more
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