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In between the antics of Halloween and the rush of Christmas there is an important holiday that often gets lost in the shuffle; that holiday is Thanksgiving. Thanksgiving is a time to pause from the … more
By RYAN D. MURRAY Pilgrim second-year head coach Blake Simpson and his unbeaten, No. 1 seeded Patriots are headed to the Division III Super Bowl for the second year in a row after defeating the No. 4 seeded Narragansett Mariners 30-12 at Pilgrim High more
By ALEX SPONSELLER The Tiverton Tigers rolled past visiting Toll Gate 52-30 in the Division IV Semifinals last Friday night. Tiverton would quickly jump out to a 21-6 lead in the first quarter to set the tone. Although the Titans would pull within nine more
By RYAN D. MURRAY The undefeated, No. 1 seeded Bishop Hendricken Hawks drubbed the No. 5 seeded Portsmouth Patriots 35-8 on Saturday afternoon at Cranston Stadium to win their second straight Division I Football State Championship. Hawks senior wide out more
By ALEX SPONSELLER The Don Rogrigues Karate Academy took nine of its students to the recent Krane Nationals at the Crowne Plaza in Warwick and walked away with 22 medals on the day. Teams traveled from places like Georgia, Maryland, Washington DC, New more
As expected, the Bishop Hendricken football team cruised past Portsmouth 35-8 to win its ninth state championship in 10 seasons. It was a typical Hendricken win and a typical Hendricken day. The offense utilized both the running game and the passing game more
Local organizations have until Nov. 25 to apply for grants of up to $25,000 to conduct outreach that will encourage people to be counted in the 2020 Census. The goal is to protect the $3.8 billion a … more
Boomers are on the way out. Millennials are stepping in. And in the wake of the last three weeks, I wonder what we’re in for. For those who follow these pages, you know that Ethan Hartley, who … more
To the Editor:Friday’s Providence Journal printed a list of the star rating of every school in Rhode Island. The scale was 1 to 5 stars, with 5 stars being the highest rating.Warwick’s … more
To the Editor:America is being sold a bill of goods by the media. Most know that by now, but for those of you who don’t, let me lay it out for you. The swamp in Washington never would accept an … more
Can the full picture of a school’s success be captured up through a five-star rating system? We imagine most people would respond, “Of course not.” There are so many factors to consider that … more
With an estimated 10 percent of the school student population with some form of allergy, URI nursing student Hannah Leddie who recently completed a program shadowing Wyman School nurse Bernadette … more
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