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The Pilgrim girls basketball team continued its recent roll with a 52-23 win over cross town rival Toll Gate on Tuesday evening. Pilgrim used its tough defense to hold the visiting Titans to just eight points in the first half. The Lady Pats cruised more
It's hard to argue with the notion that teachers and students both need to show up to class in order for a quality educational environment to be established. With this in mind, it is consistently troubling to review numbers that emerge year to year more
By JUNE S. SPEAKMAN, SUSAN R. DONOVAN, LIANA CASSAR, TERRI CORTVRIEND and LAUREN CARSON In virtually all the predictions of what will be hot in the 2020 General Assembly session, including the Providence Journal's front-page session preview, there has more
To the Editor: The Providence Teachers Union president Maribeth Calabro, who is also a Providence teacher, publicly and viciously stated, "e;Our Warwick's beautiful Pilgrim High School basketball team girls were abhorrent, disgusting racists during their more
Attorney Tracy A. Loignon and funeral director Chris Dilorio will present, "e;Don't leave it for others: Tips for planning your funeral and estate,"e; at the Warwick Public Library on Tuesday, Jan. 28 at 7 p.m. Learn how to avoid probate, the difference more
Westerly Education Center and Community College of Rhode Island are offering a new course this spring for aspiring teacher assistants. A teaching assistant, teacher's aide, or education assistant is an individual who assists a teacher with instructional more
Celebrating a century Adeline Mollo was feted on her 100th birthday at the Warwick home of her daughter, Barbara Tarczuk. A long-time Warwick resident, Adeline was born on January 12, 1920 and was married to the late John N. Mollo for 57 years. She is more
The 2020 Northeast International Auto Show roars into the Rhode Island Convention Center Friday, January 24 to Sunday, January 26. For three special days, the Rhode Island Convention Center will be packed with hundreds of the latest cars, trucks, more
Ancient Egypt as close as Winman The three 6th grade teams at Winman Middle School celebrated an Egyptian Showcase on Friday, January 17 hosted by grade 6th grade social studies teachers Valerie Fiano, Karen Livsey and Mary Beth DiSanto. Over 300 more
Dr. Matthew X. Joseph will give a talk and hold a book signing for his new book, Modern Mentor: Reimagining Mentorship in Education, on Saturday, February 8 at 1 p.m. at Barrington Books at 176 Hillside Road, Cranston. Many teachers think mentoring means more
Bishop Hendricken High School will play host to a special screening of a new documentary tonight at 7 p.m. at the Dr. Daniel S. Harrop Theater. From Martin Doblmeier and Journey Films, "e;Revolution of the Heart: The Dorothy Day Story"e; profiles one of the more
Vested in K9 protection Warwick Police Department's K9 Garry will receive a bullet and stab protective vest thanks to a charitable donation from non-profit organization Vested Interest in K9s, Inc. K9 Garry's vest is sponsored by AAA Northeast and will more
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