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NEWPORT – Beginning in the fall, Salve Regina University will offer graduate and continuing education courses at a new facility in Rhode Island’s West Bay. Salve Regina University - West Bay is a 12,000-square-foot facility at 144 Metro Center Blvd. in Warwick. more
PROVIDENCE — It was the Garrahy family’s way of giving back to St. Patrick Parish for all the blessings that they had received in their formative years there. more
PAWTUCKET – Solid Christian values instilled at home and strengthened at Bishop Keough Regional High School have strongly influenced Farah Figuereo to make good moral decisions and to plan on a career of service as a healthcare professional. more
WARWICK- Bishop Hendricken senior Anthony Abel smiles during a break in the Rhode Island Academic Decathlon, which was held at the Community College of Rhode Island on March 11 and featured more than 225 students representing 17 high schools across the state. A team from Bishop Hendricken won the quiz show-style competition for the second year in a row, and will represent Rhode Island at the United States Academic Decathlon in April. more
(PROVIDENCE, R.I.)-The St. Anthony Good Citizehship Awards were presented to four outstanding students currently enrolled in diocesan Catholic schools. Ten students were nominated for their outstanding contributions to society. more
PROVIDENCE-YOUNG FAITHFUL: Members of Catholic Youth Ministry and the Boy and Girls Scouts of America came together on Sunday, March 11 for an awards celebration recognizing their individual and group efforts. more
PROVIDENCE — Despite a determination to fight hard to the finish in search of their fifth consecutive state title, the Mount St. Charles hockey team fell Monday night to rival Bishop Hendricken by a score of 5-2. more
Andrew Brassard, a mathematics teacher at St. Augustine School, Providence, smiles with his wife Amy and their family in the Rhode Island House of Representatives during the reading of a resolution congratulating him sponsored by Rep. Raymond Hull (D-Providence). more
WAKEFIELD – When Larry Scott heard the news last week that a 17-year-old had opened fire at an Ohio high school, killing three students; he could only shake his head and ask why. more
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