December 22, 2014
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ACTION: Kat Raposo tries to feed the ball into …
The Warwick Vets girls’ basketball team went 5-11 in Division II last year, but really struggled to make much headway. Relying heavily on three seniors, the ‘Canes finished fourth out of six … more
Pilgrim senior Katelyn Vieira has been named the National Soccer Coaches Association of America’s Rhode Island State Player of the Year. In addition to that honor, Vieira was one of 44 players … more
FIGHTING THROUGH: Holly Gerber-George, pictured …
This winter is the very definition of a transition year for the Toll Gate girls’ basketball program. The Titans are switching divisions, attempting to overcome heavy losses from a year ago and … more
The CCRI men’s basketball team traveled to Queens, N.Y. to take on the 5-1 Red Hawks of LaGuardia Community College. The Knights lost to the Red Hawks 61-57. With the loss, the Knights fell to 6-4 … more
STEPPING UP: Alexa Annotti, shown dribbling last …
Beginning with a winless season in 2010-11, the Pilgrim girls’ basketball team has grown incrementally each of the past three years. The Pats have taken baby steps – one win in 2011-12, two … more
TOURNAMENT FOR TOYS: The Don Rodrigues Karate …
Bob Venturini held the 21st annual Victor Venturini Toys for Tots Telethon Tuesday at the Warwick Mall Food Court, collecting hundreds of toys and donations for the program run by the Marines Corps … more
To the Editor: I’m writing to publicly thank the Warwick Police Department for graciously accepting me to participate in the most recent Citizens Police Academy. I’m no stranger to public … more
New Haven, Connecticut is a city rich in history and New England heritage, home to the Ivy League Yale, the arts, and some of the country’s most renowned pizza. All that being true, homelessness … more
To the Editor: The little known Rhode Island Division of Planning has embraced an economic plan that in reality is a thinly veiled attempt at the socialist paradigm of equalizing wealth in … more
Already, the Senate report about the CIA and torture has sparked partisan outrage among Republicans, who know it doesn’t reflect well on the two administrations of George W. Bush. But, in their … more
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