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Workers tearing up the old synthetic floor found the toxic element. No students or teachers were in danger.
The Rhode Island Senate passed two bills Tuesday to improve school safety, but they also make safety plans exempt from public records. What do you think? Should these plans be made public?
Eva-Marie Mancuso, the state’s new Board of Education chair, uses courtroom demeanor to try to convince angry teachers and nervous parents that change is necessary.
All three of the Kingston residents study math.
DEM, URI and CRMC officials are asking for public input on shellfish management.
Schools, The Neighborhood Files
“It’s like going from 21 to zero, when you first learn to crawl and walk. Now I have to learn to move my body in a whole different way.”
Schools, Business, The Neighborhood Files
The NHS FFA is celebrating their 25th Annual Plant Sale on May 18th from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. There is something to do for everyone. The Narragansett FFA has a wide variety of plants to choose from. Do not miss out!
Government, Schools, Arts, The Neighborhood Files
It’s Tuesday! Only four more days of the work week!
A year ago, URI student and East Greenwich resident Janice Wray was in a car accident in Connecticut that changed the course of her life.
Schools, Business, Arts, The Neighborhood Files
Close out the weekend with a variety of events.
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