November 23, 2014
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Former Bishop Hendricken pitcher and Worcester Academy student Gus Culpo signed his National Letter of Intent last week to continue his baseball career at Pittsburgh University. Culpo was part of … more
To the Editor: The result of the election for governor was in reality a tepid and faint endorsement of one and a clear statement of frustration by most. Specifically, with a slight plurality, … more
To the Editor: In the election year 2012, Rhode Island had seven ballot issues, of which five were bond issues, all approved, amounting to $201 million. Florida had 12 ballot issues in 2012, none … more
SEAN DEVLIN JR.
The Toll Gate football team failed to finish off its regular season on a high note, falling to previously-winless Ponaganset on Saturday 35-20. The Chieftains came into the game at 0-7, but … more
For the second consecutive cycle, Rhode Islanders have elected a governor by plurality. Democratic General Treasurer Gina Raimondo will take the oath of office in January, having garnered nearly … more
LEE MOSES
It wasn’t quite as easy as the discrepancy between the teams’ records indicated it would be, but the Bishop Hendricken football team still managed to get by South Kingstown on Friday … more
As the holidays approach, it’s a common tactic for phishing scammers to send emails claiming to be an alert about an undelivered package. In a slightly different variation of this scam, an email … more
FESTIVE FARE: The proof was in the pastry – a …
The “Friends of the Poor” just got a whole lot richer. That’s because the Ladies Philoptochos Society held another highly successful Greek Food Fair & Christmas Bazaar last weekend at the … more
This Saturday Rhode Island school committee members and superintendents will attend a training seminar, School Committee 101, which provides essential information for success in their role as school … more
ROLLING OUT: Rob Quaine looks for an open …
The Pilgrim High School football team suffered its first home loss of the season on Friday night, falling to second-place East Greenwich High School 45-18. Junior running back Owen Kelly was the … more
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