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Rhode Island Promise would help level playing field

We can think of no greater promise afforded to young citizens of this country than the promise of a quality education, and the prospect of earning at least a modest income as a result of investing the time and money necessary to receive that education.

The abortion debate: Why is this happening now?

Celebrating Irish heritage

Turning away from wicked ways

Set to play on Saturday

Sports

The Warwick Warriors fifth grade boys travel basketball team recently won the state championship in the Rhode Island Youth Basketball Association's silver tournament, winning 36-29 in the finals. After a rocky 2017-18 season in which the Warriors won

The St. Kevin girls 5th grade basketball team recently won the Catholic Athletic League Championship and completed the perfect season in the process. “They were super excited and super invested …
The Bishop Hendricken hockey team topped Smithfield in two games in the Division I Semifinals last weekend to punch its ticket to the state championship, where it will square off once again with rival La Salle. After taking Game 1 in a 3-1 decision, the
By RYAN D. MURRAY The No. 1 ranked Pilgrim Patriots swept No. 2 ranked West Warwick/Exeter/West Greenwich co-op 2-0 in the boys hockey Division III Final and repeated as champions over the weekend at Bradford R. Boss Ice Arena. The Pats beat WW/EWG 3-1
After topping East Providence in the state play-in game, the No. 16 Cumberland boys basketball team shocked RI last Thursday at Cranston East, topping No. 1 Bishop Hendricken 62-55 to knock out the heavy favored Hawks, putting an end to their bid for
Lifestyles

CCRI Players bring 'Bedtime Stories' to campus

6The Community College of Rhode Island Players and Seed & Ivy Theatre Co. will bring a play to the college this week about a young woman plagued by depression who learns how to find her true self. Bedtime Stories" follows the life of Marina and her"

Chamber Orchestra presents final season concert

Finding, then rescuing, a daughter

'Proud to be Irish'

That's entertainment: Twenty years ago

Police/Crime
DUI Shortly after 7 p.m. on March 2, Officer James P. Wenneman and other officers responded to the area of Atlantic Avenue following reports of a vehicle going off the road and striking a parked vehicle. At the scene, the officers observed a white 2017
Michael T. Marrapese, 40, is accused of killing 29-year-old Lauren Ise. He was arraigned in Third Division District Court on Thursday morning, where he entered no plea and was ordered held without bail.
DUI On March 2 at approximately 10:40 p.m., Officer Jacob T. Elderkin reports being on patrol on Post Road heading northbound into Apponaug when he observed a vehicle traveling south at 45 mph in a 25 mph zone. Elderkin reports he was using a traffic
DUI On Feb. 24 at approximately 1:22 a.m., Officer Jamey A. Petit reports responding to a motor vehicle accident at the intersection of Greeley and Main avenues. Dispatch advised that the vehicle involved had been witnesses striking an object in the
DUI On the evening of Feb. 23, Officer Christopher Gillis reports responding to the area of West Shore Road and Warwick Neck Avenue for a report of a vehicle operating erratically. Dispatch advised that a tan Ford Explorer had been seen swerving as it
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Pet of the Week

Animal Talk Pet of the Week: Mona

Mona's loving owner passed away unexpectedly, and now she needs a new home. She's hoping you could be the one, and she's available in North Scituate today.