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PROVIDENCE — According to the Rhode Island Coalition for the Homeless, 4,868 Rhode Islanders experienced homelessness in 2012. That’s why the Coalition recently released a “Report Card,” or a set of recommendations, meant to improve the state’s “Opening Doors to Rhode Island: Strategic Plan to Prevent and End Homelessness,” which seeks to decrease the number of people experiencing homelessness and the length of time people spend homeless. Governor Lincoln Chafee, the Governor’s Interagency Council on Homelessness, and the Housing Resources Commission, adopted the plan in April 2012. more
A group of Lasallian Youth students from Saint Raphael Academy visited Darlington Assisted Living for a Christmas party. more
PROVIDENCE — Christmas came early to the students, faculty and staff of Bishop McVinney School who received a most generous gift from Bishop Thomas J. Tobin on the Feast of Our Lady of … more
PROVIDENCE — On the evening of Monday, June 10, 88 members of the St. Mary Academy - Bay View Class of 2019 donned white robes, gloves and caps, and received their diplomas at the Cathedral of … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — While students attending St. Mary Academy-Bay View’s new pre-kindergarten for 3-year-olds continue to develop their English-speaking skills, they are learning a second language. "Help me find my friend that flies!" asked Dora, a bilingual doll that speaks English and Spanish, and is used to teach basic vocabulary skills at Bay View. more
The eighth grade students of Father John V. Doyle School presented Living Stations of the Cross on Friday, March 31, in Saints John & Paul Church and a “younger-grade friendly” version which took … more
PORTSMOUTH — On May 26, the 91 graduates of Portsmouth Abbey’s Class of 2019 gathered one last time for Mass at the Abbey Church of St. Gregory the Great before processing together into a large … more
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PROVIDENCE—The experiment is a simple one—creating out of clay a floating vessel that will support the greatest mass. more
GREENVILLE – In Sydney Werner’s science class, the excitement is evident as curious eighth graders look through microscopes at single-cell organisms. more
PROVIDENCE — On a recent Sunday afternoon, 15 students from high schools throughout Rhode Island sat in a semi-circle on the stage of the RISD Museum of Art Metcalf Auditorium, nervously preparing … more
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