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Nancy A. Nicolace, 64, died Sunday, November 15, 2015. She was the beloved wife of Alfred J. Nicolace. Born in Providence, a daughter of the late David and Dorothy (Tougas) Cournoyer, she had … more
Francis Norman Saran thought he was going on a quick trip for fish and chips with his children Friday afternoon. It was actually a ploy to bring him to the Johnston Senior Center, where Mayor … more
Pop Warner. It’s the name most associated with youth football.  But Pop Warner is more than that. It is the largest football, dance, and cheer nonprofit youth … more
It’s undeniable that concussions have become a major area of concern in the world of sports today. And justifiably so, particularly at the youth football level, where 99,000 players sustain at … more
Playoff season is finally here and while every Warwick team didn’t qualify, they are all preparing for action. Pilgrim and Hendricken are getting ready for postseason play this weekend, while … more
Bishop Hendricken student-athletes Dante Baldelli, Elijah Brown and Dominic Parlato II signed their respective National Letters of Intent in the high school’s theater on Tuesday afternoon, … more
The Rhode Island school community is hanging its head low after Commissioner of Elementary and Secondary Education Ken Wagner released the PARCC test results Tuesday afternoon. The Partnership for … more
Although teachers have said a vote to “Work to Rule” was never taken by the Warwick Teachers Union, which has been without a contract since Aug. 31 as it continues to negotiate terms of a new … more
Mayor Scott Avedisian, who is also chair of the Rhode Island Public Transit Authority (RIPTA), said Tuesday the agency didn’t start running in the red until LogistiCare took over the scheduling of … more
Knee deep into the campaigns for the 2016 presidential elections, many Republican candidates are exemplifying the very characteristics Karen Gustafson warns of in her new book, Unmindful Negligence. … more
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