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Turning to the school department’s “Connect-Ed” system, which calls and sends emails to every student, parent or guardian, and technology available over the Internet and smartphones, … more
By five years ago, Jan. 12, a freak electrical and snowstorm hit the state, and in the early morning hours the Victorian-era Edgewood Yacht Club was reduced to charred timbers and ashes in a … more
Last Thursday the Funding Formula Working Group presented a draft of 20 recommendations to the public schools funding formula for delivery to Governor Gina Raimondo. Since the release of the … more
After being one of several state departments flagged for overspending, the Department of Behavioral Healthcare, Development Disabilities and Hospitals (DBHDDH) presented a plan to the House Finance … more
Frances Amico did something that few people at her age would contemplate. She gave up the ease of an assisted living facility to return to living on her own. And now, at 101, she still thinks she … more
Tiger Rug Co. in Warwick will donate 10 percent of all gross receipts from now through March 31 from rug sales to Veterans Count Rhode Island or Easter Seals RI when a customer mentions either … more
The Police Log is a digest of reports filed by the Warwick Police Department. MALICIOUS DAMAGE On Jan. 17 at 11:41 a.m., Officer Rose Michel was dispatched to Sparrow Point III, located at 355 … more
The public’s help is being sought as police investigate a bank robbery. The heist at the Bank Rhode Island branch at 1047 Park Ave. occurred at approximately 12:38 p.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 20, … more
Voting records, boxes of registration forms and computers with access to volumes of digital data are about as dull as it gets. It’s not what makes for an exciting field trip, unless, of course, … more
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