Daily Archive: Wednesday, February 15, 2017

Closer monitoring on tap for City Council’s ethics training

[ad_1] The city’s Board of Ethics said Wednesday that it would offer more ethics training sessions and better monitor the attendance of the 17 City Council members. A review this month found sporadic attendance by Council members over the last five years and some years in which training sessions — mandated annually by the city ethics

WSBE: 50 years of ‘lively’ educational programming

[ad_1] By Tessa Roy Fifty years, 300,000 households watching weekly, and thousands of donating members are just some of the numbers representative of Rhode Island’s PBS station WSBE as it celebrates half a century of being in business. The station and its members are celebrating with a new logo, golden anniversary-themed special events, and sharing

Chess Sets Are Unique Gifts

When it comes to buying the perfect gift, you may find yourself at a loss, but think chess! I know, it can be hard to choose a gift that is both fitting for the person and unique enough to make it special. But, if you really want to get a perfectly unique gift, we suggest