May 9, 2021
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Jules Hope Chest is a local non-profit organization that is focused on enhancing the lives of children and we are committed to instilling hope and to make sure that the essentials needed for the … more
Caroline Elizabeth Mignacca of Rumford has received her Bachelor of Science Degree in Criminal Justice from Johnson & Wales University. She graduates with highest honors of Summa Cum Laude. Caroline … more
Mr. Tarasevich is an 8th grade English Teacher at Martin. He is well respected by his colleagues within our school as well as in the district, he is well liked by families, and most importantly … more
The Friends of Pomham Rocks Lighthouse (FPRL) announced the winners of their recent photo/art contest, held to celebrate The Lighthouse’s 150th anniversary this year. A total of 57 entries were … more
Elmira, NY -- Calli Vocke of East Providence, RI has been named to the Elmira College Dean's List for the Winter 2021 Term. Full-time undergraduate students registered for at least 12 computable … more
Dudley, MA-- Krystal Pizzi of East Providence, RI is one of 17 Nichols College students named as Orientation Leaders by the Office of Student Involvement. This group of student leaders will welcome … more
Sunflower Meadows Equestrian trainer, Lindsey Canesi, of Seekonk, has been named Coach of the Week by The Week Junior, the only newsmagazine reporting current events directly to kids aged 8-14. She … more
Seekonk — Superintendent Rich Drolet and Seekonk High School Principal William Whalen are pleased to announce Seekonk High School's Class of 2021 valedictorian and salutatorian. "I would like … more
Christine Botelho of East Providence won a total of $10,832 on The Numbers game, playing: 5 0 9 1, her son’s birthday numbers. She wagered $1 on four 4-digit bets for the April 14 Midday … more
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