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A beach is full of surprises, and so are the shallows of Narragansett Bay. So it wasn't surprising to find lots of kids wandering the beach at Rocky Point last Friday. Mary Fritzmeir of Cranston brought her granddaughters to more
To ensure students get the most they can from high school in preparing them for higher education or the workforce, the Rhode Island Department of Education (RIDE) is considering changes to the regulations for secondary schools. Through the end of August more
Since its release earlier this summer, Pok mon Go has been a topic of debate and contention, many people focusing on the negative aspects of the game. Students at Sts. Rose and Clement Youth Group have decided to hone in on positive more
To the Editor: My congratulations to the Warwick North Little League players. I lived in a part of Warwick that was not conducive to learning about either baseball or Little League so I found out about the game too late to develop good skills. more
When Jenna Heiss discovered her unborn son, Channing, had spina bifida at only 19 weeks, she traveled to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to ensure her son had the best life possible. At 23 weeks Jenna and Channing underwent fetal surgery to more
The Rhode Island Public Transit Authority (RIPTA) is reminding passengers that as of Sept. 1, RIPTA will no longer accept the blue and orange bus passes for its Seniors and People with Disabilities Bus Pass Program. All eligible passengers and pass more
Their smiles should tell the story that this trio are all winners at the poker league that plays at the Pilgrim Senior Center. The winners from left are Gary Melino, who after 18 weeks of play tallied 5,915 chips and is the south more
I couldn't resist shelving my plan once I was aboard. Actually, as I used the paddleboard to get out to the mooring, I was thinking that conditions merited more than cleaning the bottom of the boat. The wind was from the southwest at 10 to 15 knots; the more
The Police Log is a digest of reports filed by the Warwick Police Department. CYBER CRIME On Aug. 11 at 3:49 p.m., Officer Alfred Silveira was dispatched to an address on Preston Drive for the report of a cyber crime. Upon arrival, Silveira met with the more
Renovations to Pilgrim High School and Vets that opens as a junior high school on Aug. 31 are in high gear and, according to school director of buildings and grounds Steve Gothberg, on schedule for completion on Aug. 29 and 30. A more
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