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Police responded to some unique incidents involving mushroom hunting and youths striking a fence with a hammer between Nov. 7-14, 2022. more
Across Rhode Island, police departments are right now ordering, receiving and beginning to train on how to use new body-worn cameras. Many expect to be operational in the next few months — school resource officers included. Though they are often so integrated into the life of the school they seem like members of the faculty, they are not. School resources officers are members of the local police force, trained as such, and reporting to the local chief of police. more
Former school committee chairperson Erin Schofield, who opted not to run again after eight years of service, gave the following statement during Monday night’s school committee meeting. more
A new drone will supplement the Bristol Police Department's ability to respond to a variety of situations and keep personnel safer. more
Data showed Mt. Hope High School as the highest performing district in the state in terms of growth over last year, and the overall 7th-highest performing district out of 44 reporting schools for the ELA portion of the SATs. more
That decision, along with the next vice chair, secretary, and treasurer, will all be decided when the new amalgam of the school committee is seated for their first meeting on Monday, Nov. 28. more
STORY OF THE WEEK: Allan Fung was visibly deflated when he walked into Twin Oaks last week to hug supporters and concede defeat in a campaign that many people expected him to win. Two elements made … more
Senior running back Brock Pacheco rushed for 160 yards, three touchdowns and a two-point conversion as the Mt. Hope football team ran out of time, falling to Coventry 36-33 in a high scoring non … more
We drove east — and south and north? — from East Providence to pay a late autumn visit to the Cape…”Cod," of course. We took over a beach dwelling, like the literary … more
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