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PORTSMOUTH — Brian Cordeiro said he was impressed with Jeff Moniz’s ability to keep a secret. more
EAST PROVIDENCE — In a release issued Monday afternoon, Oct. 30, the East Providence Police Department announced it has issued an arrest warrant for Tiverton man for his alleged participation in … more
Westport Elementary School sixth graders experienced a personal connection to their summer reading when author Rob Buyea paid a visit on Friday, Sept. 15. The author of the “Mr. Terupt” book … more
PORTSMOUTH — When teenagers want to hide their drug use from parents, they’ll often put the contraband right on top of a bedroom bureau, said Pam Shayer.  “Do you know … more
LITTLE COMPTON — The new school year at Wilbur & McMahon School began on Wednesday, August 30, with an enrollment of 240 K-8 students, and with 10 pre-K students, for a total population of 250. more
EAST PROVIDENCE — The Providence Country Day School has announced its honor roll of students for the third and final trimester of the 2016-17 term. Students are listed alphabetically by hometown. Rhode Island8, … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — The Board of Trustees of St. Mary Academy - Bay View announced on Wednesday, July 5, the appointment of Sister of Mercy, Sr. Marybeth Beretta, as the new President of Bay View … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — The Bay View Academy community recognizes those students who demonstrate above average scholastic achievement on a quarterly basis via the Honor Roll. A student in grade six … more
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