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There's a good thing about swimming pools on days like Sunday. They're full of water. Then there are some not so good things about pools, like trying to keep them clean and closing them up for the winter. Actually the closing isn't nearly the task of more
Bishop Hendricken wasn’t able to defend its indoor track state crown on Saturday at the Providence Career and Technical Academy, but it did post another impressive effort, earning second place at the RIIL state championship meet. more
Mary E. (Glennon) Squire Boyack, 76 years old, passed away at home after an illness on March 30, 2018. Mary was born March 16, 1942 in Boston, daughter of William and Barbara (Connolly) Glennon … more
When play started two weeks ago for Continental American Little League, it was more like winter endurance training than spring ball. It was raw and cold. Coats were required and parents who turned out were wearing gloves and they weren't fielding balls. more
When it comes to substance abuse, we should be seeking all possible avenues to help address what amounts to a life and death situation for thousands of individuals in Rhode Island, and many more afflicted people outside of our state's border. more
Wacky and tacky During the week of June 4, members of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Warwick's Oakland Beach branch colorfully showed off their Club Spirit. Each day had a different and colorful theme. Pictured are BGCW members and the winners of Wednesday's more
By JOHN HOWELL -- You can't buy tickets on Moxy Airlines. Well, not yet anyway, because the airline isn't up and running. However, might T.F. Green play a major role in making this dream a reality? more
By MERI R. KENNEDY From a perky pink princess phone, to trays of photo albums and keepsakes called ephemera, the Bruneau and Co. auction featured two collections from the Museums of the Telephone Pioneers of America (one in Rhode Island and one in more
The Bishop Hendricken swim team picked up some momentum heading into this Saturday’s RIIL state meet by cruising to victory at the Division I championship meet at Roger Williams University on Sunday. more
Lt. Gov. Daniel McKee is confident that the more than 25 municipalities that have joined “hundreds” of municipalities across the country in a lawsuit against the pharmaceutical companies and … more
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