THE STORY: Providence Ward 9 councilwoman Carmen Castillo is the first hotel housekeeper in Rhode Island - perhaps in the country - to hold elected office, Guernsey says.
Wednesday May 22
Two Cranston Girls Win KDMF Writing Contest
Two Cranston girls took top honors in the tenth annual Katie DeCubellis Memorial Foundation writing contest.
Mon May 20, 2013
Joan Parker editor to famous crime writer Robert Parker judges KDMF contest
"Emotionally gripping, a sensitive narrative and a revealing look at bullying," are just some of the comments philanthropist and book editor Joan Parker uses to describe this year's top three winners in the Kate DeCubellis Memorial Foundation's 10th annual writing contest.
Fri May 17, 2013
Do High School Rankings Mean Anything?
Over the past couple of weeks, several sources - both local and national - have issued their rankings of high schools in Rhode Island.
Mon May 13, 2013
Mount Hope Ranked 11th in RI
With a graduation rate of nearly 90 percent and one of the highest investments in its students, Mount Hope is the 11th best high school in Rhode Island, according to GoLocalProv's fourth annual high school ranking .
Fri May 10, 2013
Mt. Hope Left Off Newsweek's List
Newsweek has ranked the high schools nationally , but the criteria the magazine used leaves Mt.
Tue May 07, 2013
House of Hope to convert historic property into housing
Driving down Fair Street in Pawtuxet, it is easy to see the property at 69 Fair St.
Mon May 06, 2013
2013 Newport Public Education Foundation Scholarship Recipient Announced
The Newport Public Education Foundation is pleased to announce that this year's NPEF 2013 Scholarship Recipient is Dylan S. Burke, from Newport, RI.
Thu May 02, 2013
Cranston Sen. Miller Gets 'Bell of Hope' Award
Sen. Joshua Miller and Rep. Frank Ferri were presented the 2013 "Bell of Hope" award from the Mental Health Association of Rhode Island today during a ceremony at the State House to launch the "May is Mental Health Month" campaign.
Tue Apr 30, 2013
Providence High School Student Group to Protest NECAP Requirements
The Providence Student Union plans to issue its first "State of the Student Address" on Tuesday afternoon -- and NECAPs will be front and center.