April 20, 2018
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Pawtucket, RI (February 28, 2018)-- Saint Raphael Academy congratulates students from Bristol County who have achieved honor roll status for the second marking period in academic year 2017-18. They … more
The Whiteknact Elementary PTA, along with the staff, are hosting a Pasta Dinner Fundraiser on Thursday April 12th at East Providence High School from 5-8pm to raise money towards a playground for our … more
Highest Honors Grade 6 Addison Abreu, Noah Beausoleil, Perry Biggs, Hailey Boucher, Cristian Cabral, Megan Capello, Shuwei Carlson, Mackenzie Carlsten, Korryn Cartwright, Kylie Charron, Alyssa Clegg, … more
Franklin – Tri-County Regional Vocational Technical High School is proud to announce teachers, Matthew Murphy and Kimberly Zogalis, have been named Mass Insight Education and Research award … more
Each year our community is invited to demonstrate support for local students. In the third week of March, Seniors from Dighton-Rehoboth Regional High School go door-to-door to raise funds toward … more
Our 55th reunion will be held on Saturday, September 8 at 6 pm at the Shriner's Imperial Room, One Rhodes Place, Cranston, RI. The Grande Buffet will be served and music will be provided by Sergio. … more
In a Press Release issued this week, Rhode Island State Representative Gregg Amore, Dist. 65, East Providence announced that he will be introducing two pieces of legislation aimed at preventing … more
The Whiteknact Community worked diligently to collect food items for the Can Soup Drive to support the Hope and Faith Organization in the community. They collected hundreds of cans to donate to this … more
Have you ever heard of a “Share Table?” Well, we learned about the “Share Table” idea from an article that we read in class. We read about a school in Florida who noticed that a lot food was … more
The East Providence Local Advisory Committee For Special Education (EPLAC) Welcomes All to the Next Meeting on Wednesday March 28th at 6:30pm at the Martin Middle School Library. 111 Brown Street … more
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