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EAST PROVIDENCE — The usually stellar East Providence High School girls’ volleyball team is off to a rough start to the 2015 season as many untested upperclassmen attempt to take on larger and more pivotal roles. The Townies entered this...
When I first meet clients and discuss trusts, I often hear remarks such as, “I don’t really know what a trust is.” I thought it might be helpful in this column to discuss very basically what a trust is...
Primates of Park Avenue by Wednesday Martin When Wednesday Martin moves with her husband and toddler to Manhattan's Upper East Side, she experiences cultural shock. It is a socially and culturally opposite environment from The West Village, her former location. She...
EAST PROVIDENCE — The East Providence High School girls’ soccer team beat Chariho, 2-0, in the 2015 home opener for the Townies Tuesday afternoon, Sept. 8, at Pierce Memorial Stadium in a game that also marked the in-city debut...
The Barrington High School football team took an early lead against Middletown in a Rhode Island Interscholastic League Injury Fund game on Thursday night, but could not hold on and lost 8-6 against the Islanders. Barrington and Middletown, playing in...
Here are three books about education, debunking the prevailing wisdom about college choice, examining social trends impacting academic success, and the science behind childhood achievement. "Where You Go Is Not Who You'll Be: An Antidote to the College Admissions Mania" by...
Paula Dominguez, a member of the Barrington School Committee, has resigned. Her last meeting was Aug. 28 and a special election may take place to vote in a replacement, although the details have not been determined. Kate Brody, chairwoman of...
New Jersey may be the “The Garden State” but there are many Ocean Staters who enjoy the delights of a backyard garden, too. Tending to a garden, however, can create more than just a bountiful dinner table. It can...
A wonderful cloud of spicy aromas permeated the dining room as Keith Daniel, volunteer at Good Neighbors soup kitchen in Riverside, plated Friday’s creation: ratatouille. Not only did the volunteer chef prep the ingredients, cook the vegetables and serve...
For most of the freshmen who moved into the residence halls at Roger Williams University over the weekend, college will be full of “firsts.” First time living away from home. First time choosing classes. First time … farming? Some 1,100...
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