October 24, 2014
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Jacob Clark slips a pass to Nikone Souphareth.
The Warwick Vets boys’ soccer team bounced back from a rough loss to Woonsocket with a pair of ties last week, then got back into the win column this week, clinching a playoff spot in the process. … more
Congressman Jim Langevin made a surprise appearance at the Warwick West Side Awards Banquet held last month at the Radisson Hotel. Langevin's Reps, sponsored by the Congressman, won the Boys Majors … more
ORMARIE COLON
The CCRI Lady Knights soccer team hosted the Bulldogs of Bunker Hill Community College form Boston for a Region XXI non-league game recently and won 4-0. CCRI improved to 8-4-1 overall and 5-0 in … more
DARREN GRANT
Darren Grant knows the ins and outs of the Pilgrim football team’s defensive scheme better than most. He’s also a captain as a junior, one of the clear leaders of an improving team. … more
SPLITTING THE DEFENSE: Hendricken's Luis Lawrence …
It was not the most aesthetically pleasing game, nor the best performance the Bishop Hendricken soccer team has had. But when the final whistle sounded Tuesday night, the Hawks celebrated their best … more
BLOCKING THE WAY: Toll Gate's Andy Falso closes …
Intense and at times chippy, the Toll Gate and Pilgrim boys’ soccer teams renewed their rivalry Monday night at the Bend Street Complex, and unlike last year, there were no surprises. The … more
Those of you who have driven by City Hall at night recently have likely noticed that the clock tower is bathed in a pink glow as we join other municipalities throughout Rhode Island to highlight … more
It was nine years ago, almost to the day, that I covered City Cup soccer for the Cranston Herald, my first assignment as a sports reporter at Beacon Communications. My last assignment comes this … more
Recently, the University of Rhode Island hosted representatives from many of Rhode Island’s top manufacturing companies to recognize National Manufacturing Day. The range of products represented … more
Schools frequently define a neighborhood – lose the school and the community loses a sense of identity, if not a place to hold events; from candidate forums and a polling place to a venue for scout … more
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