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To the Editor: Please join my team, The Flying Flapdoodles, for the Rhode Island Walk to Defeat ALS on Sunday, September 22. The Rhode Island ALS Association will sponsor the fundraising event … more
To The Editor: Mr. Pisaturo, owner of the property at 30 Station Street, is a kind, generous and delightful gentleman. He has vastly improved the appearance of the Station Street property. His … more
To the Editor: How ironic that during the Little League Baseball World Series in Williamsport, Pa., the players are sporting patches on their left jersey sleeves, which say, “I WON’T … more
TAXPAYERS WILL FOOT LARGER BILL FOR BABYSITTERS: When our legislature and governor enacted a law last session that allowed unionization of privately owned, small businesses that provide in-home, … more
Individuals struggling with an addiction to drugs often travel a difficult path. Sometimes it starts out so harmless and simple – a drink with friends or smoking a joint just to socialize. Other … more
The RI Volunteer Guardianship Program is presenting a free seminar on MOLST, Medical Orders for Life Sustaining Treatment and EOL, Using End of Life Orders on Oct. 2. Guest speakers are Maureen G. … more
Maybe it’s fantasy football that does it. Maybe it’s the fact that the NFL is a league built around its quarterbacks. Maybe you can trace it all the way back to the forward pass and follow … more
ALL SMILES: Toll Gate forwards Josh Sandin (left) …
Two years ago, Tim Hayes knew his Toll Gate boys’ soccer team could score with anyone, and the result was the program’s best season in nearly a decade. “We knew we were going to score … more
CLOSE BY: James Meizoso plays defense for Toll …
Last year wasn’t easy for the Toll Gate boys’ soccer team, but it has a pretty viable excuse. With four important players sidelined for the majority of the year due to injury, the squad never … more
PUMPED UP: Vets goalie Mike Riccitelli gets his …
If last year was the start of a culture change for the Warwick Vets boys’ soccer team, then this year the ’Canes may start to really reap the benefits. After three seasons in which Vets won … more
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