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By BOB GARDNER and TOM MEZZANOTTE They don't make the headlines, their names are not in the box scores and they don't make the all-star teams, but perhaps the most important individuals in high school sports are the contest officials. These individuals more
Could this be the “bad luck of the Irish” if there is such a thing? On Friday, Riley blew into Rhode Island felling down trees, flooding streets and tragically claiming the life of a Newport … more
By ETHAN HARTLEY A single-alarm fire diverted traffic and drew a crowd of onlookers to Sandy Lane late last Thursday evening, as Warwick firefighters battled a house fire that broke out at a long-vacant property. Nobody was injured in the fire, according more
DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE On Feb. 22 at approximately 5:55 p.m. Officers Matthew Stone Higgins and Tyler Stone were dispatched the area of Post Road and Myrtle Avenue for a report of a motor vehicle accident. Upon arrival the officers found that more
On Tuesday, the community at Hope Alzheimer’s Center in Cranston celebrated an important milestone with one of their clients, Olga Susi, along with her family and friends, as she turned 104 years … more
City residents are reminded that due to the temporary closure of the City Hall Annex Building the Tax Collector's office has moved to the lower level of City Hall. Residents who wish to make in-person tax payments can do so there. There is also a secure more
To the Editor: America is a broken nation. It breaks even more each time a shooting occurs. But which came first, the shootings or the brokenness? I contend it is the brokenness. This has happened insidiously over time. There have been many symptoms and more
By JOSEPH CROWLEY The Cranston City Council, after waffling over a request to the legislature to keep guns out of our schools, has decided it now has the answers to keeping our children safe. What a dramatic, political turn of events. First, the Cranston more
What weighs four pounds and has a nose for the weather? Schmitty The Weather Dog. Along with NYC meteorologist Ron Trotta and NYC children's book author Elly McGuire of Warwick, this furry celebrity pup entertained and educated kids with their Schmitty more
By ETHAN HARTLEY If you have never heard of Elizabeth Duncan Koontz, you are not alone, but that will change if you talk to Toll Gate High School sophomore Riley Costello - and for good reason, too. What started as a unique project for National History more
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