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Mt. Hope guard Elsa White knocked down 9 free throws in the fourth quarter to ice a 45-34 victory over Prout in front of a stacked crowd at the high school on Tuesday. White drained a 3-pointer and a … more
Children in grades K-2 and 6-9 will take surveys to better assess their emotional wellbeing in class, which was a part of requirements for the district when receiving federal funding in the wake of COVID. more
The girls indoor track team placed seventh in the medium class with 44 points during the RIIL class championships on Saturday. The team’s freshmen used the meet to prepare for the freshman … more
STORY OF THE WEEK: For most people, the opioid epidemic is probably out of sight, out of mind. But Rhode Island is still reaping the whirlwind from the epidemic, as those who struggle with addiction … more
With just four participants, the Mt. Hope High School girls indoor track team won the first-ever freshman indoor track state championship on Monday night. more
Spot a dead tree branch dangling dangerously over a sidewalk in your neighborhood? Notice some unsightly graffiti at one of Warren’s parks? It’s never been easier to report these type of problems, thanks to a new app launched by the Town of Warren. more
Warren police received multiple reports of animal bites and made four arrests between Jan. 23-30, 2023. more
Students engaged in an array of theater classes can learn the soft skills of modern education — and modern employment. more
To the editor: I’m writing in response to the article, ‘Theater to be ‘phased out’ of Mt Hope High School’, stating that the decision was driven by low enrollment and … more
To the editor:Let’s be real. We’ve been here before and we’ll be here again. When it comes to theater programs and other art programs, all we ever seem to do is fight, and the fight … more
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