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Warwick's Louisa Chafee was unable to make it on the podium in Rio, but her final performance in the Nacra 17 medal race on Tuesday afternoon was one to remember. She and her skipper, Bora Gulari, overcame a more
Angel Camacho Jr. (15-0, 5 KOs), a Providence native who currently resides in Warwick, faces off against “The Pride of Providence” Peter Manfredo Jr. (40-7, 21 KOs) at Twin River Casino on … more
At 86 years of age, Warwick resident Bill Nixon is still blazing the trails. At age 85 in 2015, Nixon was No. 1 nationally for the 85-89-year-old age division in the giant slalom event of the … more
At Warwick Vets in the cold and rain, the Hurricanes blasted the Classical Purple 11-1 by way of the 10-run rule, finishing them off by the bottom of the fifth inning. Kyle Denis had a three-run RBI … more
Hendricken football standout Kwity Paye accepts his Division I Lineman of the Year award from Providence Gridirion Club President Dick Fossa. more
The Bishop Hendricken track team defended its Rick Schomp Invitational title on Saturday at Chariho High School, totaling 75.5 points to coast by second-place West Warwick (57.3 points). The … more
If No. 3-seeded Warwick PAL continues to pitch to form, it will be difficult to beat going forward in the postseason. Dan Reph tossed a one-hitter in Game 1 and Dillon Bordeleau went the distance … more
The Pilgrim girls’ lacrosse has come very close to a title in each of its last two seasons, both times falling in a heartbreaker against Chariho. This year, though, that is unlikely to happen … more
OFF TO A GOOD START: Colin Lemieux, shown pitching in the state tournament, picked up the win after tossing 5 1/3 innings and allowing one earned run. He struck out nine on the mound while also … more
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