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The Tiverton school bus that hurtled off the highway and into the woods recently emerged dented but intact. But for those unfortunate enough to have been trapped inside without seat belts, the … more
Well out of eye and earshot of Route 177, way back in the woods, startling progress is being made on the Fields on the Farm sports field complex. Well out of eye and earshot of Route 177, way back in the woods, startling progress is being made on the Fields … more
Rhode Islanders learned something officially which we knew all along: the school system is failing our children. In a demographic comparison, i.e. economically poorer areas to our economically poorer … more
Having trouble dunking that basketball? Then lower the rim to eight feet. Having trouble scoring a touchdown on a 100 yard field? Well then shorten the field to eighty yards.This is exactly what has … more
Sarah Schumann, of Warren, at an Eating with the Ecosystem "Scales and Tails" food boat event at last year's Bowen's Wharf Seafood Festival.Chef Rizwan Ahmed of Bristol created the recipes for … more
PORTSMOUTH — In front of more than 170 Pennfield School students gathered in the gymnasium Thursday, Jan Armor took off his right shoe to reveal a hole in his sock. more
SEEKONK — Attention local shoppers: Two major national retailers will soon be coming to the area, taking up renovated spaces of the old Benny’s Store located on East Providence’s … more
Lauren wants a manatee, a robot that can bake cakes and a purple ukelele. Addyson wants a new friend to play with. And Blake just wants Santa to know he’s been a good boy this year. With … more
Construction was everywhere. On the third floor, a man carefully grouted floor tiles inside a faculty bathroom.  Inside the gymnasium, two men perched 20 feet above the floor in mechanical … more
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