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By TESSA ROY The Rhode Island American Civil Liberties Union released a report last week raising what it considered to be red flags about privacy regarding school-issued devices for students. The report, entitled High School Non-Confidential: How" more
Crossing bridges, building bridges The Jewish Congregation Or Chadash, meaning New Light, comprised of former members of Temple Am David in Warwick have a new home in the Episcopal Trinity Church in Pawtuxet. On Sunday afternoon members of the more
MOTORCYCLE CRASH On June, 10 at 10:05 p.m. officers from the Warwick Police Department responded to the area of 1919 West Shore Road for a report of motor vehicle crash between a SUV and motorcycle. At the scene, officers located an adult male who had more
Almost into the bay A series of mishaps Friday afternoon at the Oakland Beach seawall led to a damaged motorcycle, an injured driver and a New England Lemonade truck nearly ending up in Greenwich Bay. According to police, Sandra Money, 70, of Providence, more
Incoming 7th graders will be able to have a freshman orientation-style induction" right before the 2017/2018 year begins. "Middle school means more than just a seismic shift for students academically. It's an educational model that asks them to suddenly" more
By JOHN HOWELL It was business as usual Thursday at the Department of Motor Vehicles Cranston offices. The parking lot was full, lines snaked inside the building, waits were 90 minutes, if not longer. But a lineup of officials including DMV Administrator more
By JOHN HOWELL Unless there's a dramatic turn of events, a second Warwick academic year will come to a close without a teachers contract. But as disheartening as that prospect seems, there's a positive feel from those close to negotiations as well as more
By JOHN HOWELL There's a city in Oakland Beach School. It's got an amusement park, an airport, lots of buildings, trucks and cars, subways, a tower with King Kong, bridges, a bunker should it come under attack, stores and, what every city should have, a more
By JOHN HOWELL Like clockwork, flames licked the steel cutout of the Gaspee, burning its sails. It was 4 p.m. Sunday and it was the official conclusion to the 52nd annual Gaspee Days celebration. It also brings down the curtain on Jerry Peshka's more
URI students receive excellence awards from history department The history department in the University of Rhode Island's College of Arts and Sciences held an awards ceremony Sunday, April 30, to honor students who have demonstrated excellence in the more
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