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Raimondo implores PCD students to “get involved”

Raimondo implores PCD students to “get involved”

EAST PROVIDENCE — Rhode Island State Treasurer and Democratic candidate for Gina Raimondo recently served as the keynote speaker of the 2014 Chafee Leadership Forum at the Providence Country Day School. This term, 2014, marks the school’s 15th year of the annual Chafee Leadership Forum. The Forum celebrates the life and career of John Chafee,

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East Providence’s Providence Country Day School names trimester honor students

EAST PROVIDENCE — The Providence Country Day School has named its honor roll students for the first trimester of the 2013-14 term. Students are list by grade, last name, honor level and hometown. 8, Bloom, Michael, Honors, Attleboro 12, Salgueiro, Kyle, High Honors, Barrington; 7, Fiorito, Robert, Honors, Barrington; 8, Maio, A.J., Honors, Barrington; 9,

Nellie Walcoff and songwriter partner Jeff Johnstone pose for the cover of their CD, “Light a Flame,” which was released last year.

East Bay tunesmiths write between jobs, family

Jeff Johnstone and Nellie Walcoff each have their own families and day jobs to keep them busy, so whenever a song idea crops up they must seize the moment. Even if one of them finds inspiration while sitting in a car outside a big-box store. “This happened once when I was in the parking lot

U.S. Senator Sheldon Whitehouse answers the question of a student during a candidate forum between himself and challenger Barry Hinckley Friday morning, Oct. 26, at the Providence Country Day School.

Providence Country Day hosts Senate candidates Whitehouse, Hinckley forum in East Providence

EAST PROVIDENCE — Informative and provocative, high school-aged students from host Providence Country Day and three others, including East Providence, peppered incumbent Democrat Sheldon Whitehouse and his Republican challenger Barry Hinckley with wide-ranging questions during a candidate forum Friday morning, Oct. 26, in the Corkery Auditorium. The event was an initiative of The Chafee Leadership

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