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SOUTH KINGSTOWN — She’s interviewed a few of the most well-known names in the United States as a national correspondent for TIME for Kids, a scholastic version of TIME, and continues to enhance her impressive resume. And she’s only 13 years old. more
EAST GREENWICH — Sister Jeanne Barry, R.S.M., proudly listens as Our Lady of Mercy Regional School seventh graders recite their school motto. “OLM School provides a spiritual and nurturing environment, which builds a solid academic foundation and supports the community, all in the Roman Catholic tradition, following our Lord’s example of love and kindness so that mercy may flourish,” the children say in sync. more
Good Shepherd Catholic School in Woonsocket recently won the 2014 CAL Volleyball State Championship. The school has placed first in a league of 28 teams across the state for the third year in a row. more
Hawkstock for Hasbro: Local Catholic high school students smile after participating with their band, Pulled from the Corner, in Bishop Hendricken’s “Hawkstock” at the end of the school year. more
WOONSOCKET — The long line of graduates in red and blue gowns and caps made the traditional walk down Logee Street hill from Mount St. Charles Academy on a sun kissed Sunday afternoon on June 8 providing a visual worthy of a coffee table book about high school commencements. more
PROVIDENCE — During her valedictory address, St. Mary Academy - Bay View graduate, Emily Sulanowski, 18, noted that “being Bay View” is easier said than explained. It doesn’t stop at the end of each school day or when students graduate. more
PROVIDENCE — Since it was invented in March by a young Italian Web designer not much older than him, Nick Gardner has enjoyed playing the wildly popular application 2048 on his iPhone. The math-based puzzle game forces you to think on your feet, making split-second decisions, with the victorious creating a single tile out of many flashing before them, with the sum being 2,048. more
BRISTOL — Every time she passes a statue of the Blessed Mother in the hallway of Our Lady of Mount Carmel School (OLMC), Sister Carmela Santarsiero, M.P.F., pauses for a brief prayer. more
PROVIDENCE — Growing up in the Dominican Republic, Nathalie Batista, 19, remembers enduring an hour-long ride on a horse just to shower. And when she moved to the United States nearly 10 years ago, she didn’t speak much English. more
PAWTUCKET — “This is it - this is the day,” said Salutatorian Alison Carr, smiling, nervous but excited, moments before processing into Saint Maria Goretti Church for Bishop Francis P. Keough Regional High School’s commencement ceremony. more
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