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By JEN COWART Generally speaking, when families of school-aged students think of a Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports, or PBIS, program, they often visualize young people receiving tickets, tokens or other rewards for good behavior. Research more
By PETE FONTAINE The Ladies Philoptochos Chapter continued two treasured traditions Sunday inside the Rev. Peter G. Mihailides Center in Cranston. Known as the highly acclaimed philanthropic arm for the Church of the Annunciation on Oaklawn Avenue, the more
By JEN COWART Park View Middle School has been on the National Geographic Bee's map for more than two decades. On Jan. 10, the school continued its tradition of holding a local GeoBee as part of the national event. Before an audience of staff members more
By JEN COWART On any given afternoon outside of the school day, if you look up, you might see a Cranston High School West Falcon doing something out of the ordinary. Mikaya Parente, a freshman who hasn't gotten her driver's license yet, is working on her more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE A 25-year-old city resident is facing a felony charge after the vehicle he was driving struck and critically injured a pedestrian near the intersection of Park and Elmwood avenues. Jacob Travis, 191 Lyndon Road, Cranston, is charged more
ASSAULT On Jan. 8 at 10:26 a.m., police arrested Angel Liriano Jr., 29, 339 Farmington Ave., Cranston, on charges of domestic simple assault, domestic vandalism and domestic disorderly conduct. On Jan. 11 at approximately 11:23 p.m., police arrested more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE An initial 2019-20 budget plan for Cranston Public Schools unveiled this week seeks an increase of approximately 2.6 percent in the city's appropriation to the district. The proposal from Superintendent Jeannine Nota-Masse totals more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE The high-profile debate over a proposed large-scale solar power installation off Natick Avenue will continue into next month. By a 6-3 margin, the city's Planning Commission voted Jan. 8 to continue master plan review of the proposal more
In the coming weeks, a total of 699,720 packages of Girl Scout Cookies will be transported from the shelves of the Paul Arpin Van Lines warehouse in Warwick to customers in Rhode Island, southeastern Massachusetts, and Pawcatuck, Connecticut, kicking off more
The Rhode Island Department of Education (RIDE) today launched the 2019 administration of SurveyWorks, the state's school culture and climate survey. Through SurveyWorks, all Rhode Island educators, students, and families have the opportunity to share more
“This is a big day, and I think a day that is long overdue, because all Rhode Islanders deserve to have an opportunity to achieve financial security, and a vital piece of that is ensuring that all … more
David Tessitore, of Warwick, was sworn-in as the 91st Commodore of The Rhode Island Yacht Club at its 144th Installation of the Officers & Board of Directors, per tradition on January 1st. Sue Toland of Rumford was installed as Vice Commodore and Dean more
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