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Rotary education officials alarmed by recent drop in reports of child abuse

PROVIDENCE, RI (WPRI) – Top education officials in Rhode Island are alarmed by a recent drop in reports of child abuse and neglect, saying districts need to strengthen family support and bring students back to school. in-person learning. Education Commissioner Angélica Infante-Green said on Tuesday she was concerned about the …

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Police recruit accused of sexually abusing classmate | Best Stories

URBANA, Ill. (WAND) – A former police officer-in-training faces charges after authorities say he made unwanted sexual advances to a classmate. Prosecutors said Brian D. Sample, 38, of Poplar Grove, sexually assaulted the victim after they went to dinner on Tuesday night. News-Gazette reports the Coles County woman was driving …

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US officials: Nashville explosion suspect died in blast

NASHVILLE, Tennessee (AP) – The man suspected of being responsible for the Christmas Day bombing that ravaged downtown Nashville blew himself up in the blast and appears to have acted alone, federal officials said Sunday. Investigators used DNA and other evidence to link the man, identified as Anthony Quinn Warner, …

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A new specialist grocer arrives at Victor | New

Cecily Costa may be new to the Teton Valley, but she’s far from new to great food. His new business – Food Shed Idaho – brings unique, high-quality ingredients to local tables around the neighborhood and around the world. Costa, a California Culinary Academy graduate and 25-year veteran of San …

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Smart robots roam UT Austin campus delivering free lemonade

Smart robots roam UT Austin campus delivering free lemonade Those with UT email addresses can order campus lemonade delivery via robot using the Botler app. AUSTIN, Texas – Two robots are using artificial intelligence to roam the UT Austin campus and deliver free lemonade to students, faculty and staff this …

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Tips for Overcoming Lonely Time Still Caused by COVID-19, via Maryland Smith Expert

COLLEGE PARK, Md., June 8, 2020 / PRNewswire / – Humans are social creatures, so for many, spending all that alone time induced by the coronavirus pandemic can be overwhelming. Rebecca ratner, professor of marketing at the University of Maryland Robert H. Smith School of Business, has spent years researching …

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Baker: Rhode Islanders can cross border for groceries, banks

BOSTON (WPRI) – Those wondering if they can cross the Rhode Island-Massachusetts border to shop now that Governor Charlie Baker new travel restrictions indeed finally have an answer. During his COVID-19 briefing on Friday, Baker said people who live near the border can cross it to shop and go to …

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Pawtucket school committee approves plan for students to resume in-person learning next month

PAWTUCKET, RI (WPRI) – Students at Pawtucket will soon have the opportunity to resume in-person learning after nearly a year at a distance. The Pawtucket school committee on Tuesday night approved a plan presented by superintendent Dr. Cheryl McWilliams that would allow students to gradually return to in-person learning. Here’s …

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Protesters disperse long after curfew, police grateful for peaceful resolution

By midnight, crowds of protesters had mostly dispersed and police told Eyewitness News they were grateful for the peaceful resolution. Here’s a timeline of what happened throughout the day: 11:30 p.m. Providence Police Commander Thomas Verdi said there were only a handful of arrests of the roughly 10,000 protesters who …

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For a shattered nation, a delicate moment of continuity – WPRI.com

This is an archived article and the information in the article may be out of date. Please look at the history’s timestamp to see when it was last updated. When looking in the mirror, the United States generally does not see a land of process and procedure. He sees what …

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