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CRANSTON — After Johnston Police received a second letter that threatened to target elementary schools in Johnston, Cranston, and Warwick, local Catholic school principals are taking proper precautions. more
Above, First grader Mason Marchessault stands beside one of more than 60 pumpkins on display for the second annual Pumpkin Spooktacular at Father John V. Doyle School in Coventry. more
The Our Lady of Mercy School Walkathon, held on Thursday, October 2, raised more than $12,900, which will benefit a variety of enrichment programs during the school year. more
On Thursday, September 18, members of Mercymount Country Day School’s club Teens Living for Christ (TLC) present the collection of new or gently used towels and wash cloths they gathered over the last few weeks to a member of Operation Stand Down Rhode Island. more
St. Mary Academy - Bay View student, Hannah Janson, took home the junior medal at the Rhode Island Equitation Championship. The competition was held at the Heritage Equestrian Center in East Greenwich on September 2. Hannah, a junior from Berkley, Mass., is currently training out of Plainville, Mass. more
EAST PROVIDENCE — When two planes struck the World Trade Center in New York on September 11, 2001, most of the students who were waving American flags and banners during a 9/11 ceremony last week were infants or yet to be born. more
The Hendricken Hawks varsity football team beat La Salle Academy, 7 – 0 at Cimini Field in Providence, Friday, September 5 during the two-quarter Injury Fund game. more
With perfectly pressed uniforms and eager smiles, plus a few groggy yawns, students of St. Kevin School in Warwick hug and kiss their loved ones goodbye on August 27 before beginning the first day of the academic school year. more
EAST PROVIDENCE —Philip Desrosiers, music specialist and band director at Sacred Heart School in East Providence, has been elected president of the National Catholic Band Association. more
CENTRAL FALLS — The Diocese of Providence has announced that the former St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Academy building in Central Falls has been sold to an out of state redevelopment company. more
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