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Five hundred city teachers were marked as absent at least 18 times during the 2018-19 school year.
The complaint by the state GOP concerns a proposed no-bid, 20-year, $1-billion extension of IGT’s Rhode Island lottery contract.
Senator Edward Markey’s campaign adviser quickly apologized. Representative Joseph Kennedy III “is livid about it,” a source close to the congressman said.
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The calls for the closure of a Central Falls prison come in the wake of an incident in which, according to witnesses and video, a correctional officer drove his truck into protesters.
Another wind sector company is about to call Rhode Island home – and this time, its office will be on the former I-195 land.
The explosives were reportedly detonated inside two portable toilets, one in Charlestown and one in Westerly.
The Rhode Island company — known for its plastic dolls, Transformers and Mr. Potato Heads — is vowing to cut down on the plastic components used to package those products.
The letter seeks $100,000 or the town will be added to a pending lawsuit.
To avoid a financial hit for his school district, Mayor Jorge Elorza wants to expand the Achievement First charter school by taking students from another charter school.
The restaurant on Mineral Spring Avenue in North Providence closed Aug. 19, according to company officials.
Board members for the Achievement First Mayoral Academy are planning to discuss the idea of expansion at a retreat today.