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By STONE FREEMAN -- It is every little leaguer's dream to one day toe the rubber in the MLB. For Warwick native and former Continental Little Leaguer Michael King those dreams are quickly becoming a reality. more
By RYAN MURRAY -- The Bishop Hendricken Hawks were beaten 5-2 by the La Salle Academy Rams in Game 3 of the D-I Boys Hockey title series on Monday night at Brown University. more
Elite NBA trainer Rob McClanaghan, who has worked with Steph Curry, Kevin Love, Russell Westbrook and more, will host a youth clinic April 14-15 at his alma mater, Bishop Hendricken High School. more
By SOPHIA MAYNARD Bill Nixon isn't over the hill yet. At 88, the Warwick Neck resident continues to compete in downhill ski races, setting national records in his age category and collecting a slew of medals. In this year alone, Nixon has competed in six more
By RYAN D. MURRAY -- Warwick Vets Junior High students took a break from class on Thursday morning and went to the gymnasium for a unified basketball game between students from Vets and Winman. more
By RYAN D. MURRAY The Bishop Hendricken Hawks and the La Salle Academy Rams split the first two games of the D-I Boys Hockey title series, setting up a Monday night showdown to determine the champion. The rubber match took place on Monday night at Brown more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- Players from the Warwick Police Athletic League (PAL) put their reputations (and ankles) on the line against the Harlem Rockets, a comedic charity basketball team, to raise money for the PAL. more
By SARAH R. BRATKO People coming to the RI Hospitality Association's office will oftentimes be met at the door by my small, 10 year old rescue dog, Aiden. He spends most of his day sitting on a chair, occasionally taking a tour around our pet-friendly more
Nothing says “hello spring” in Warwick like the running of the buckeyes. These unassuming herrings make a journey from the ocean starting each March up little creeks and streams in order to spawn … more
Filmmaker and journalist Justin Kenny, class of 1992, will return to Bishop Hendricken High School on April 9 for the first Rhode Island public screening event of “The New Barbarianism,” a … more
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