September 19, 2014
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READY FOR SATURDAY GRAND OPENING: Kim Cota, a …
Part of the original Howard Johnson’s floor tile remains at the newly renovated and re-imagined location of the Brass Monkey at the 800 Allens Ave. building in Providence, situated just before the … more
Don Rounds after his first feature win at the …
When we last visited Don Rounds in 2001, old “101” was a memory – alive in old photographs, but in the flesh, or should we say steel, the car was long gone. Don told us of his adventures as a … more
NICE BLUEFISH: Everett Baldwin, 7, of East …
So you want to buy a boat. You are in luck. It is the perfect time of year as sellers of new and used boats are anxious to sell before winter. And, this is the perfect week to look at a lot of power … more
OFFICIALLY THE FIRST IN RI: Joining Toushoua …
It took them 47 years, but the popular Atlanta-based fast-food restaurant Chick-fil-A has finally made it to Rhode Island. My grandson survives on their famous grilled chicken sandwich while … more
CHRISTOPHER ZIMMERLY
Bishop Hendricken and Pilgrim opened the unified volleyball season on Wednesday afternoon at Hendricken. The Hawks got off to a strong start with a 25-12 victory in game two. The next two were … more
The CCRI men’s soccer team lost a heartbreaker 1-0 Sunday afternoon to an extremely talented Essex County College (N.J.) team at the Flanagan Campus in Lincoln. With the loss, the Knights fell to … more
ONE ON ONE: Pilgrim’s Chris Ray tries to get …
The Pilgrim boys’ soccer team knew heading into Tuesday’s match-up with West Warwick that the Wizards’ success is predicated on the work of a select few players. Focused on taking those … more
ALL FACETS OF THE GAME: Toll Gate’s Ashley Chin …
The Toll Gate volleyball team has been welcomed to Division II by a pair of teams that made the playoffs last year and should be in the hunt again this year. Not surprisingly, it hasn’t been … more
The Pilgrim and Toll Gate football teams might not win the Division III championship this season. The Titans and Pats might not even qualify for the playoffs. They might win just one game … more
ALL SMILES: Warwick resident and Cranston native …
Zachary James “Zack” Christy is an American hero. Have doubts? During his distinguished nine-year career in the U.S. Air Force, the Cranston native, who now lives in Warwick, and 2002 Toll … more
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