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Other NewsJuly 30, 2014 by WBCO
East Providence resident Mary Moniz received the honorary diploma from the Fall River, Massachusetts, school department on Saturday. She turned 100 on Monday. Moniz attended high school in Fall River. But she went for only two years because her family ...July 29, 2014 by SouthCoastToday.com
Michael Gagne/Herald News Photo Mary Moniz, 100, a Fall River native who lives in East Providence, Rhode Island, was given her high school diploma on Saturday by Superintendent Meg Mayo-Brown. Moniz, who left the United States with her family and ...July 28, 2014 by Fall River Herald News
Surrounded by generations of family members in her East Providence home on Saturday afternoon, Moniz received her diploma from B.M.C. Durfee High School. The diploma was hand-delivered by Superintendent Meg Mayo-Brown, who also brought a ...July 26, 2014 by The Providence Journal
John Carnevale, of East Providence, founder of D'Amours Step, organized Saturday's fundraiser to benefit a medical clinic he founded in a village in Uganda and the athletic facilities at his alma mater, East Providence High School.July 25, 2014 by Patch.com
“BrightStars raises the bar for early childhood and school-aged programs in Rhode Island”, said Lisa Hildebrand, Acting Director of BrightStars. “EBCAP's BrightStars participation means that they are a key player in a statewide effort to ensure high-quality ...July 21, 2014 by The Providence Journal
They were two of Rhode Island high-school sports' most successful head coaches over the last two decades, and they both did it with homegrown talent at public high schools. So I can't let Kevin Gormley, now the former North Kingstown High baseball coach, and Sandy Gorham, now the former East Providence High football coach, slide into retirement as head coaches without noting their impressive accomplishments. Gormley recently announced that he would not be returning after 12 seasons of directing North ...News headlines by Google News