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... test," he said. "Those moves are coming down the pike. Eighty-three percent of the country and 90 percent of Rhode Island uses the middle school model; the time has come." Rosemary Healey, school director of human resources and legal counsel, ... Comment?
... years in the '90s before moving to Taylor Duane. He was a judicial law clerk for the U.S. District Court in Rhode Island. He holds BA and JD degrees from Georgetown University. Active in Barrington, he volunteers in the schools and as a youth sports ... Comment?
As Rhode Islanders, explaining the state is not actually an island and it is not an extension of New York can be a common occurrence when traveling out-of-state. Tired of this, Roberta Humble decided it was time to bring Rhode Island to the rest of the country. Comment?
Photographer James Clayton Sattel is passionate about Rhode Island, particularly those shores, crags, and vistas of his home island: Aquidneck. Comment?
... 2013, with New England Tech traditionally leading the pack with its May 5 ceremonies. In the weekends to come, Rhode Island will be full of grads of all levels, in caps and gowns of all colors, from North Smithfield to Newport. And with these ... Comment?
... who wants to bring this state to the top five." As of Friday, GoLocal has learned that former head of the Rhode Island state police -- and Congressional candidate -- Brendan Doherty has indicated he won't be seeking statewide office in 2014. In ... Comment?
... Lastly, we'll examine new legislation that looks to encourage healthier lifestyles through tax incentives. Rhode Island's jobless rate dropped to 8.8 percent in April, down from 9.1 percent the previous month, and its lowest level since October ... Comment?
The Rev. John Denning, a native Rhode Islander and the current vice-president for student affairs at Stonehill College in Easton, Mass., has been named the college's 10th president, it was announced Friday. Comment?
Rhode Islanders rejoice, there is now a Del's Frozen Lemonade truck in NYC. This is the first New York franchise for slushy frozen drink, which has been beloved in Rhode Island since 1948. Comment?
Our "man on the street" Levon asked Rhode Islanders about some issues in the news, with some hilarious results. Not surprisingly, people know more about Beyonce's rumored pregnancy than their own state leaders... Comment?
The Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management and Rhode Island Coastal Resources Management Council, with support from the University of Rhode Island, are developing a Rhode Island Shellfish Management Plan. Comment?
... at $100,000, Superior Court Judge Robert D. Krause limited Doyle's travel to Connecticut, where he lives, and Rhode Island, denying a request to allow him to travel to Florida to do consulting work. On Friday, Thunberg did give Doyle permission to ... Comment?
Over the past couple of weeks, several sources - both local and national - have issued their rankings of high schools in Rhode Island. Comment?
... Fireworks. [The council approved Phantom's applications on Apr. 8] This year marks the third summer since the Rhode Island General Assembly approved the sale of some fireworks - but not others, like those that fire projectiles into the air or leave ... Comment?
Danny Warshay recalls a time when people in Rhode Island who wanted to create their own companies from scratch were considered oddballs, or even "mutants." He was one of them, back when he graduated from Brown University in 1987 and was developing a software start-up here. Comment?
In recognition of National Hepatitis C Testing Day on Sunday, May 19, the Rhode Island Department of Health encourages all Rhode Islanders born between 1945 and 1965 to be tested for Hepatitis C at least once, or more often if they have known risk factors. Comment?
Hundreds of people linked hands along 1 of Rhode Island's prettiest beaches to celebrate its recovery from Superstorm Sandy. Comment?
... to downtown as part of Bike to Work Day. The annual event, held across the country, is sponsored locally by the Rhode Island Bicycle Coalition. Hundreds participated in a Bike to Work celebration at Burnside Park. Taveras announced at the event that ... Comment?
Republican Brendan Doherty, former head of the Rhode Island state police, has removed his name from the list of potential candidates for governor or any other political office in 2014. Comment?
... and George streets following an altercation. Sharkey suffered severe head injuries and is being treated at Rhode Island Hospital. Lawyer John Lombardi told a judge it was a "clear case of self-defense." He says the 24-year-old Lussier is an active ... Comment?