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Speakman sworn in to House of Representatives Rep. June S. Speakman (D-Dist. 68, Warren, Bristol) was formally sworn in to the House of Representatives. She was elected March 5 in a special election to replace Laufton Ascen ao, who was elected in more
Stepping up for the Irish On Friday, March 15, in honor of St. Patrick's Day, members of the Kelly School of Irish Dance treated Holliman Elementary School students to an Irish step dance performance. Among those performing was Abigail Bryson, a student more
The Senate Committee on Environment and Agriculture is scheduled to meet Wednesday to hear testimony on legislation relating to climate change. The meeting will take place at the rise of the Senate (about 4:30 p.m.) in Room 211 on the second floor of the more
Cookie power This year's Girl Scouts cookies sale draws to a close the end of this month. And while you may have not placed your order, there are still opportunities to buy at various locations throughout the state, including Girl Scouts headquarters on more
Swim lessons and lifeguard certification classes are being offered at McDermott Pool. Beginning April 1, swim lessons for children ages 5 to 11 will be offered Monday and Tuesday nights from 6 to 6:30. Five lessons are $25 for residents and $30 for more
Face it, you were Irish on Sunday With ideal conditions, the 60th edition of the West Warwick St. Patrick's Day parade was a festive occasion with the line of march filled with spectators, many of them dressed in more vivid greens than those marching. more
By ETHAN HARTLEY The Warwick Public Library's main branch (located at 600 Sandy Lane) will transform into a magical world of wonder on Saturday, March 23, as it will spread its castle doors wide to allow entrance to the first Hogwarts Open House - an more
Ken Wagner, the state's Commissioner of Elementary and Secondary Education, announced on Monday, March 18 his transition from the Rhode Island Department of Education (RIDE). Wagner will be joining the Annenberg Institute at Brown University as a Senior more
Governor Gina Raimondo announced Monday that she will recommend Ang lica Infante-Green as Rhode Island's next Commissioner of Elementary and Secondary Education, following the news that current Commissioner Ken Wagner would be departing his role as of more
By ETHAN HARTLEY A fifth-grade student at Lippitt Elementary School, with the help of his school community and his parent's support, gathered a large donation of cat supplies in a little over a month, which will be donated to Johnston-based animal rescue more
The House of Representatives has passed legislation introduced by Rep. Joseph J. Solomon Jr. (D-Dist. 22, Warwick) that would preserve the history and open space of the State House grounds. The legislation (2019-H 5041) would prohibit the development of more
The Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management (DEM) and the Rhode Island Division of Statewide Planning are conducting an online survey this month to gather public input on outdoor recreation opportunities in Rhode Island. Feedback from the more
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