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If you like wild game dinners or are interested in finding out why so many people do, then you'll want to attend one of Rhode Island's best. By popular demand, Ralph's Catering, well known for outstanding wild game cooking, will be serving up an more
A clean sweep on Sunday Gail Schoeninger, head custodian and currier at the school administration building, formerly Gorton Junior High School, and school department crews were on the job early Sunday ensuring parking lots and building accesses were more
LARCENY Shortly after 4 a.m. on Jan. 8, Officer Jordan P. Guyton responded to the Greenwich Arms Apartments on Greenwich Avenue for a report of larceny from a motor vehicle. At the scene, the reporting party told Guyton that his vehicle, a Chevrolet more
By JOHN HOWELL Students can't be expected to learn anything in school unless they attend class. And teachers aren't teaching class unless they show up at school. It's that simple, so it's no wonder that Superintendent Phil Thornton is making a big deal more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE As the impeachment trial of President Donald Trump gets underway this week, Rhode Island's senators say they want the process to be thorough and even-handed - although each acknowledged the political realities surrounding the more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE Carlon Howard has lived in Rhode Island for nearly a decade, although his roots lie in Georgia, hundreds of miles south of the Ocean State. In his adopted home, he sees a unique opportunity for change - a chance to "e;transform"e; a more
By JOHN HOWELL It appears that in addition to a new Dave's Marketplace, which is a certainty, Wildes Corner will get another traffic light - and Spring Grove Avenue, just as the neighbors have lobbied for, won't be used as an egress and access to a more
Trinity Repertory Company invites the public to nominate outstanding local artists for the 2020 Rhode Island Pell Awards for Excellence in the Arts. The Pell Awards' criteria include distinction in the artist's chosen field, work that significantly more
Bishop Hendricken alumnus and president/founder of Journey Films Martin Doblmeier ('69) will be bring a special showing of his new film, “Revolution of the Heart: The Dorothy Day … more
Do you need your RI State Boating Card? Want to brush up on your skills? How about getting your family involved in safe boating? Sign up for one of two U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary courses starting February 24. The power boat course, boating skills and more
The Rhode Island Department of Education has launched the 2020 administration of SurveyWorks, a statewide school culture and climate survey that collects critical feedback from students, … more
Following a 40-year career as a manager in the banking sector including several years as an executive vice president at Coastway Community Bank (now HarborOne), Jana Planka is following her passion for mentoring and is taking on the role of chief more
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