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Pt. Judith Coast Guard Station has watched over boaters for many decades. Just in the past couple of months you may have read about their rescue of people from a sinking yacht that had collided with a fishing boat, and their swimming rescue of a more
SHOPLIFTING AND DISORDERLY A pair of sisters recently found themselves in hot water after one of them was involved in a suspected shoplifting incident at the Bald Hill Road Walmart. On December 13 around 11:50 a.m., Officer Stephen Major was dispatched more
Toll Gate head coach Tom Rayko said his team felt some fatigue during the second half on Tuesday, but there was no evidence of that on the other bench. Pilgrim battled its crosstown rival throughout the first more
By JOHN HOWELL There were plenty of inferences to be drawn from Tuesday's inaugural ceremonies above Post Road in the Interlink Skywalk. It was symbolic of how Mayor Scott Avedisian, Warwick's only elected Republican official, will need to reach across more
The Pilgrim boys' hockey team broke open a one-goal game in the third period on Friday evening, outscoring Johnston/North Providence 4-1 over the final 15 minutes in an eventual 8-4 triumph that improved its record to a more
Instead of lining up against the top offensive linemen at La Salle or Portsmouth, Hendricken senior defensive end Kwity Paye found himself lining up against the likes of Trey Smith and Isaiah Wilson - the top two recruits in more
Melvin E. Sturdahl, 89, a retired Building Inspector for the city of Warwick, passed away Tuesday, January 3, 2017 at the Kent Hospital. He was the husband of the late Lois T. (Leach) Sturdahl for 69 … more
To the Editor: I was pleased to see that a great organization like East Greenwich Animal Protection league is seeking to make Cranston its permanent home. A little over two years ago, we adopted from EGAPL. The dedicated and caring team introduced us to more
Newsflash: “Fake news” is not a new phenomenon. In late August 1835, the New York Sun newspaper ran a six-part story on life on the Moon, as seen through a powerful telescope of eminent … more
Dipping isn't for the dogs Sue Parker and her husband, Harry, weren't chicken, although they were dressed like them New Year's Day. Both of them made the Little Rhodie Bully Breed Club plunge at City Park. About 60 other dog lovers and advocates of the more
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