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The Pilgrim and Johnston football teams played what had to be one of the most exciting games in Division II play this season last Friday night at the Michael A. Morry Football Field in Warwick. The two evenly-matched teams more
The Pilgrim field hockey team produced a pair of strong showings last week, defeating Rocky Hill, 1-0, on Thursday, before earning a 1-1 tie against Lincoln School on Friday afternoon. The Pats pulled off a victory late over more
The Toll Gate Titans traveled to Tiverton on Sunday evening and beat the Tigers, 42-13. It was quarterback Anthony Vann's first appearance since he sprained his shoulder on Sept. 15 in a game against Smithfield. After more
The Toll Gate Titans fell to the Coventry Oakers, 2-1, in an exciting battle of Division II boys' soccer teams at Bend Street Complex on Thursday night. Sophomore striker Jake Rathbun scored both goals for Coventry, more
The Pilgrim Lady Patriots fell to the East Greenwich Avengers, 4-2, on Tuesday evening. East Greenwich junior Julia Matus led the way, scoring two goals while adding two assists. Pilgrim's junior goalkeeper Madison more
JUST ONE DRINK While traveling north on Warwick Avenue on Oct. 5 around 12:39 a.m., officer Christopher Cote observed a blue Honda driving in front of him that was drifting to the left along the road's white dotted lines. The vehicle then drifted into more
Greenwood School PTO president Nicole Lautieri and other PTO officers were looking for a fun way to raise funds for school activities. They found it in a color-a-thon. more
With the recent retirement of City Clerk Judy Wild, Mayor Scott Avedisian will submit the name of Lyn Pagliarini, the current deputy clerk, for City Council advice and approval to fill that position. more
By THOMAS GREENBERG -- In a historic policy change, the Boy Scouts of America will now open its door to girls and allow them to attain the rank of Eagle Scout. more
By MICHAEL HUBER -- “Birthday Bags” is a program from Cornerstone aimed at lessening the health strains for homebound seniors who have little to no social contact with the outside world. more
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