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Why we need a Green New Deal

To the Editor: Climate change is happening here and now - and as a young person, I'm terrified. I'm 20 years old and am afraid for the kind of world I will grow into and the world that my children will have to face in 2100 and beyond. I'm concerned about

Forcing Arts Center out will cost more than what's saved

Awful decision

Proven methods, not ‘quick fixes,’ needed to improve education

The real value in an arts center

Sports

Pilgrim alumna Chelsea Yang has made plenty of noise this season. The former Patriot, who is currently in her sophomore season at Rhode Island College, took first place recently at the New England Alliance Championships in the weight throw, and also took

The Bishop Hendricken Hawks claimed the 2019 Freshman Basketball Title on Saturday afternoon, beating the Tolman Tigers 56-40 at Johnston High School. “It feels great,” Hendricken head coach …
By RYAN D. MURRAY Drew Haxton, Bishop Hendricken's sophomore center, scored the go-ahead goal at 8:37 of the third period, which eventually gave the Hawks a 4-3 victory over the Mount St. Charles Mounties at a sold out Adelard Arena on Friday night.
The Bishop Hendricken basketball team clipped visiting St. Raphael Academy 78-54 at its senior night game last week and later topped Woonsocket 88-76 to wrap up the season with a record of 21-1, claiming the top seed in Division I heading into the
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
Lifestyles

Narragansett Bay Symphony Community Orchestra to perform in Providence

The Narragansett Bay Symphony Community Orchestra, Rhode Island's premier community-based orchestra, will present a concert on Sunday, March 3, at 3 p.m. in the McVinney Auditorium, 43 Dave Gavitt Way, Providence. Join the orchestra and guest conductor

Godzilla: The Planet Eater

Vivaldi's: Much more than pizza

CCRI Players to present 'Crimes of the Heart'

A wonderful snow day

Police/Crime
DUI On Feb. 7 just before 8 p.m., Officer Brian W. Fontaine reports responding to the intersection of Post and Airport roads for a report of an impaired driver. Dispatch indicated the vehicle had been observed speeding and swerving between lanes.
STOLEN CONVERTER On Feb. 11 at approximately 11:47 a.m. Officer Daniel O'Connell met with a complainant in the lobby of police headquarters for a report of a larceny from a business. The representative, from National Grid, stated that he was a supervisor
DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE On Feb. 1 at 11:27 p.m., Officer Steven Moretti was in the area of Jefferson Boulevard conducting DUI detail in a marked cruiser when he observed an SUV with Rhode Island registration pull out of the Whethersfield Commons
PEDESTRIAN STRUCK On Feb. 8 at 7:10 p.m., the Warwick Police Department responded to the area of 2406 Post Road for a report of a pedestrian who had been struck by a car. Officers arrived on scene and found an unresponsive 63-year-old male lying in the
DUI On the evening of Jan. 30, Officer Brian J. Holleran reports responding to the area of Bald Hill and Toll Gate roads for a report of a drunken driving incident in progress. Dispatch indicated that according to security personnel at Kent Hospital, a
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Pet of the Week

Animal Talk Pet of the Week: Mona

Mona's loving owner passed away unexpectedly, and now she needs a new home. She's hoping you could be the one, and she's available in North Scituate today.