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By DAVID DRIVER It is not normal for a sophomore to be named a tri-captain with a Division I basketball team. But that is the case this season for Justin Mazzulla, the Bishop Hendrickson graduate from Johnston, Rhode Island. The 6-foot-3 Mazzulla is in more
The Toll Gate girls swimming team has a new look this season after graduating three seniors from last year's group, including standouts Wenona Alexander and Athena Sampalis who are now swimming at Rhode Island College. The Lady Titans have been more
Despite trailing at halftime, the Bishop Hendricken basketball team would cruise in the second half to pick up a 58-44 win over Cranston East in a heavyweight battle to kick off its season. The Hawks were in control for the majority of the first half, more
A running theme throughout the fall sports season was the fact that it was my first fall in Rhode Island. Unfortunately, the theme will continue to run through the winter, as this is also my first winter season at the helm. Like most sports, the buzz more
By RYAN D. MURRAY The Winman Junior High School Warriors were walloped 76-20 at home by the Chariho Middle School Chargers last week in boys basketball. The Chargers were led by Tyler Labelle and Matty Teirnan, who scored 10 points each. Winman was more
By JOHN A. JACKSON As I look back on my 46-year involvement with this school that I have loved since I was a 14-year-old freshman in 1967, my heart is filled with gratitude. Bishop Hendricken has changed thousands of young men's lives for the better, more
“It’s something how we have so many more friends at this time of year,” Carol said as she sorted through all that had been stuffed in our mailbox earlier in the day. She wasn’t talking … more
In a world that has become rife with exaggeration, overreaction and engineered drama for the sake of making headlines - no doubt the consequence of our ever-shortening attention spans and the sheer volume of things trying to monopolize at our minimizing more
By JOHN HOWELL A boy's wish to help others keeps growing every year, with more and more people being helped out. It all started when Noah Grebstein of Cranston and his mother, Mindy Mosca, got lost on their way to visit Noah's grandmother, who was a more
Grade 7 Just the last name Nouci Yang. For 8th grade: Veterans Middle School has posted the following honors for the first semester: High Honors Grade 6 Madison Adams, Samantha Barr, Keaney Bayha, Charlotte Beaune, Nolan Canestrari, Olivia Cliff, Ava more
With the holiday season upon us, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) wants to make sure your laser-light displays are aimed at your house and not into the sky. Each year the FAA receives reports from pilots who are distracted or temporarily blinded more
On Feb. 8 there will be a competition for Ms. Wheelchair RI. All contestants must be at least 21 years of age, use a wheelchair 100 percent of the time in public; have great personality and willing to advocate and educate. This is not a beauty contest more
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