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Bishop Hendricken brought 15 swimmers to the Division 1 Championships Sunday at Roger Williams University and all 15 contributed points as the Hawks continued their dream season with a 59-point victory in the penultimate meet of the season. The Hawks more
The Bishop Hendricken indoor track and field team claimed its 27th state championship in school history last Saturday in Providence, and its first since 2017. The Hawks were led by Jack McMahon, who took first place in the 3,000 run and finished eighth more
By RYAN D. MURRAY The No. 7 CCRI Knights outlasted the No. 4 Bristol Bayhawks 89-85 on Wednesday night during a dogfight at the Knight Campus field house and continued their 14-game winning streak while staying unbeaten at home. The victory was more
The Pilgrim boys hockey team jumped out to an early lead and never looked back as it cruised to a 7-0 shutout win over Narragansett/Chariho last week during senior night at the Thayer Arena. Dylan Gallagher would get the Pats on the board midway through more
Let the madness begin. This week will kick off the majority of the Rhode Island High School playoffs, which means that I will be a little all over the place physically and mentally, which is fine by me. There is plenty to look forward to. The regular more
My husband is a caveman. Before you conjure up an image of him beating his chest while grunting, “Make fire!” or dragging me by my hair, allow me to enlist your attention to qualify this … more
“What kind of dog do you own?” I found the question out of left field as I and a lineup of reporters and TV cameramen stood in the shadow of a mountain of road salt, waiting for the governor … more
The late former Supreme Court Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes once said that, “Taxes are what we pay for civilized society.” A complex historical figure, Holmes earned a reputation as “the great … more
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By JOHN HOWELL It was 1959 and Hank Lachance was home, on leave from MacDill Air Force Base in Florida where he was a radio intercept operator. He planned on dancing at Lincoln Park, but he needed a partner. Hank admits to being self-conscious about his more
A Rocky Point he never knew, but loves Rocky Point was on the way out before Sean McCarthy was born, but that hasn't stopped him from becoming what could arguably be one of the amusement park's greatest fans. McCarthy has an extensive collection of park more
In 2017, Girl Scouts of Southeastern New England celebrated the 100th anniversary of the first known instance of Girl Scouts selling cookies with their debut event Cookies & Cocktails. The celebration was such a hit, GSSNE is now in their third year of more
With the deadline to file 2018 individual income tax returns a short two months away, United Way of Rhode Island is reminding Rhode Islanders they may be eligible to have their federal and state taxes prepared for free. The assistance is provided through more
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