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Taking a knee Bishop Hendricken celebrated its 60th anniversary and annual homecoming last Friday night during the football team's 28-14 win over rival La Salle. What was already a special evening got even better after the conclusion of the contest, when more
Bike fest Gage Street in Longmeadow was the hub of activity - the two-wheeled type - as boys rode their bikes and the older guys gathered around a Harley Davidson to replace a battery. The kids, all wearing helmets as they are required to do by law, more
Never too early for Halloween Lewiston Street resident Danny Hall, who has never lost his childhood love and fascination of Halloween, makes a point of getting a jump on home decorations. He calls his place The Hall Asylum" and relishes the comments he" more
Awarded nursing scholarship Katie Christie of Post Road, Warwick, was recently recognized by the Chartercare Foundation with a $2,000 nursing scholarship. Katie is pursuing her degree at URI and is expected to graduate in December. This is the second more
Coffee stop If customers to the McDonald's on Post Road opposite the former Aldrich Junior High School didn't know better, they might have thought the city's high command had set up office in the restaurant. Mayor Joseph Solomon joined Col. Rick Rathbun more
Dancing in the park Wearing her gold shoes, and with the assistance of her father Jason D'Amato, 17-month-old Ava D'Amato practices stepping out at Rocky Point Sunday afternoon. Her parents have the feeling Ava will be a dancer and quite possibly a piano more
Off to a good start In an effort to raise $25,000 to send state winners to the National Skills USA competition next June, students and faculty at the Warwick Area Career and Technical center conduct three fund-raising events during the academic year: a more
Cupboard isn't quite bare Westbay Community Action has issued an appeal for donations for its Westbay Marketplace located in Buttonwoods Shopping Plaza. The marketplace provides food to needy residents, depending heavily on produce grown at the Westbay more
Election ready Coinciding with National Registration Day, the Warwick Public Library opened a voter registration station near the information desk on Tuesday. Decorated in red, white and blue, information on deadline dates to the 2020 elections is more
Francine Lambert of Pawtucket chose one of her favorite beaches to enjoy a warm and sunny first day of fall. She said she likes City Park beach because of its protected and shallow waters that make … more
Saturday was a day for red shirts and red suspenders. Just ask Roy Ellsworth. He knows how to stand out on the golf course. Saturday was the 27th annual Roy’s Day at the Harbor Lights nine-hole … more
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