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FINDING THE NET: Joe Sousa netted a goal in …
It’s been a tough 2015 season thus far for the Bishop Hendricken lacrosse team. It dropped its first two games of the season, then split its next four games, posting a 2-4 record heading into … more
BREAKFAST BUDDIES: Leona Patenaude, is a regular …
Representative K. Joseph Shekarchi was just enjoying Sunday breakfast at Buttonwoods Fish and Chips when Leona Patenaude came up to him calling him a “big shot.” As a regular … more
TOUGH TO CONTAIN: Jack Sullivan draws attention …
The Toll Gate boys’ lacrosse team entered Friday night’s game after losing two of its last three games, but it was able to bounce back in a big way. The Titans dominated North Providence from … more
KOLARIK
Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Rhode Island (BCBSRI) has promoted Jeff Kolarik to vice president of operations. Kolarik joined BCBSRI’s Client Operations team in 2012 and has enhanced the delivery of … more
In response to a complaint brought by former City Councilman Robert Cushman, the Attorney General has found that the city Retirement Board violated the Open Meeting Act when it failed to … more
The Rhode Island Philharmonic Youth Orchestras (RIPYO) will hold auditions by appointment on May 27 and 30 as well as June 2 and 4 for the Symphony Orchestra, Repertory Orchestra, String Orchestra, … more
As they have done in recent years, the staff and students at Greenwood School turned their energies Friday morning to beautifying school groups. The yard was raked, weeds pulled up, flowers planted … more
LUNCH TIME SURPRISE: Students from John Brown …
“Without trees, we wouldn’t exist,” Anne Holst, chairman of the Wildlife and Conservation Commission, reminded the students from John Brown Francis Elementary School. Last Friday the … more
There was a crash as a car drove through the front door of the Meadowbook CVS at about 11 p.m. Sunday. Fortunately, according to Lt. Michael Gilbert, two customers sustained minor injuries not … more
It’s been called a wonder drug – not simply a treatment for hepatitis C but a cure. That’s the good news. But at costs estimated as high at $100,000 per treatment, curing patients at the ACI … more
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