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Jody King had only one word for the newly opened Station Fire Memorial Park in West Warwick: “Wow.” “It was really Rhode Island that built this,” said King, who lost his brother Tracy to … more
Rhode Island College celebrated its 163rd undergraduate commencement ceremonies on Saturday, May 13, at the Dunkin’ Donuts Center in Providence. RIC conferred 1,765 undergraduate degrees in the … more
By JOHN HOWELL The Community College of Rhode Island Class of 2017 were reminded Friday that earning a diploma isn't easy. They were also told to think of their education when they yawn, remember they are resilient and to take risks. Jazmin Delacruz, the more
The Rhode Island Student Loan Authority has pointed out a rate differential it says could save families thousands when they take out loans for higher education. Federal education loan rates for the 2017/18 academic year were set May 10 based on the more
Temple Sinai and the Touro Fraternal Association in Cranston are among the Jewish community charitable organizations, synagogues and day schools that have until June 9 to apply for more than $35,000 in grants through the Bliss, Gross, Horowitz Fund at more
Barrette Fabrication has signed on as a U-Haul neighborhood dealer to serve the Warwick community, U-Haul Company of Rhode Island announced recently. Barrette at 1077 Toll Gate Road offers U-Haul trucks, towing equipment, support rental items and more
The Rhode Island Department of Elementary and Secondary Education is now accepting applications for organizations interested in participating in the 2017 Summer Food Service Program for children. The program, financed through the U.S. Department of more
Blackstone Valley Tourism Council (BVTC) announces the 25th season plying the waters of the Blackstone American Heritage River System; as the 40-passenger river tour boat Explorer, presents its 2017 schedule. Making its debut in the summer of 1993, as more
By ANESSA PETTERUTI The dream in 1820 to build a Greek revival on a hill in Pawtuxet has been reincarnated almost 200 years later. With the cutting of a ribbon Monday, Fair Street welcomed new residents to the neighborhood and a new role of the mansion more
BACKHOE BREAKOUT While on patrol on Jefferson Boulevard on May 9 around 11:30 a.m. Officer Gregory Johnson noticed a heavy duty backhoe traveling south. The backhoe was between lanes and did not appear to have any company markings on it, and did not have more
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