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After years of struggling in Divisions I and II, the Pilgrim girls' basketball team was able to get back on its feet following a couple of seasons in D-III. The Pats went 25-10 across two campaigns to go with as more
By TESSA ROY The only way to speak to Bob Venturini on Tuesday night was to climb up on the stage where he'd be standing for four hours. Venturini once again hosted the Toys for Tots telethon at Warwick Mall and was having the time of his life. Look at" more
The CCRI Lady Knights basketball team traveled to Bristol Community College (BCC) in Fall River, Massachusetts, to play the Bayhawks for a Region XXI non-league game. The Lady Knights beat the Bayhawks, 69-66. With the victory, CCRI improves to 6-5 more
By JOHN HOWELL Parents of secondary school students will have electronic access to their children's grades beginning next week if teachers abide by a memo issued to teachers Monday by Superintendent Philip Thornton. The action comes following a Superior more
By JOHN HOWELL Mayor Scott Avedisian and Superintendent Philip Thornton have jointly requested the state Department of Education conduct an expedited" review of the district's special education program "to assure that our work is aligned with" more
You've been able to keep your boat away from rocks, you've been warned about special regulations, and you've navigated safely around the bay, all because of the aids to navigation. Who takes care of these important landmarks? On Rhode Island's east more
I love it when a plan comes together. Last week I had that feeling at the Rhode Island Seafood Marketing Collaborative meeting chaired by Janet Coit, director of the Department of Environmental Management. Four years of meetings more
In post-election America, young people, social activists, and municipal leaders across our nation are anticipating doom and see Donald J. Trump’s election to the presidency as a harbinger of an … more
While Monday brought the first snowflakes of the season, flurries of winter moths are again making their presence felt across the region. Originally from Europe, the invasive species known by its scientific name - Operophtera brumata - more
Kenneth L. Moore, Jr., 50, of Warwick died Thursday, December 1, 2016 at Rhode Island Hospital. He was the beloved husband of Jean Ann (Burrows) Moore. Born in Charleston, West Virginia, Kenneth … more
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