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By JOHN HOWELL Alan J. Whittaker knows what it is like to be an Eagle Scout and to have the Eagle license plate. Whittaker was a member of Troop 1 Conimicut when he attained the rank of Eagle on November 9, 1964. Hardly two weeks later he was at the more
To the Editor: As Easter approaches, take time to review many of the gifts we enjoy living in the U.S. Today, there are decisive movements that attempt to split us into opposing factions. We still have the freedom that allows us to accept or reject these more
By CINDY FERA The sweet smell of spring air. Finally hearing the birds chirping. Best of all, seeing the crocus, tulips and daffodils poking through the ground seeking out the warmth of the sun. These are all signs that spring is finally here. Another more
Jo Fisher is used to chauffeuring her four children around to music lessons, soccer games and even calculus contests. Sixteen-year-old Cranston High School East junior Eden Fisher missed her calculus competition at URI last week for the opportunity to more
By MERI R. KENNEDY More than 700,000 Americans are living with a brain tumor. This year, nearly 80,000 people will be diagnosed with a primary brain tumor - one that begins in, rather than spreads to, the brain. Warwick resident Caroline Caprio received more
Senate OKs bill for pilot program using Medicaid to house chronically homeless The Senate passed legislation (2019-S 0024) sponsored by Senate Health and Human Services Committee Chairman Joshua Miller (D-Dist. 28, Cranston, Providence) to launch a pilot more
St. Mark's Episcopal Church, 111 West Shore Road, is holding a May Breakfast May 4 from 8-11 am. Adults $8, children 5-12 $4, children under 5 free. Menu includes scrambled eggs, bacon, ham, home fries, pancakes, muffins, hot and cold beverages. Please more
By PETE FONTAINE Gone are the days when the Phenix Sportsmen's Club of West Warwick would set up its famed Chuck Wagon" - a.k.a. mobile kitchen - on the banks of Seidel's Sanctuary and feed upwards of 300 kids a full breakfast on Opening Day of Rhode" more
The Patriots rolled past the winless Wheeler Warriors 16-3 late Friday afternoon in a boys lacrosse clash at Pilgrim High School. Kyle St. Jean led the Pats with seven goals and two … more
By RYAN D. MURRAY The Warwick Vets Middle School Hurricanes crushed the Park View Panthers 15-4 during a baseball clash on Wednesday afternoon in Cranston. Elijah Gingras topped Warwick with three hits and three RBI, while his teammate Colby Barker, an more
We are entering what I consider to be the best time of the year on the sports calendar. Whether it is professional, college, high school, youth, there is nothing quite like the second half of April and there is plenty to look forward to all the way more
The defending state champion Bishop Hendricken tennis team has a new look this season as it attempts to take home back to back titles. The Hawks graduated 10 seniors from last year's group, including their top singles player Chad Doorley, who was a more
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