News

New program trains Rhode Islanders for EB jobs

It was after a year and a half of college that 19-year-old Hannah Cook-Dumas realized education was not for her. She decided to pursue an “old dream” of welding. A graduate of Tiverton High …
Sports

CNB 10s outlast Warwick North, 6-5

By RYAN D. MURRAY For the Herald The Cranston National Budlong 10-year-old all-stars snuck by Warwick North 6-5 Sunday night in a thriller at “the Pit.” Warwick starting pitcher Julia …
Police Logs

Police Log

City to `Pok mon Go' players: Be safe, respectful By now, it has likely become a familiar sight to many - people wandering outdoors, their eyes trained on their smartphones, seemingly in search of something unseen. The release of
Entertainment

Rhodes on the Pawtuxet overrun with extras for Jack Black movie

The parking lot at Rhodes on the Pawtuxet last week was filled with cars carrying people of all ages, dressed in ’90s attire and hoping for their 15 seconds of fame as extras in Jack Black’s …
Opinion

An unexpected place in the national campaign

While summer's dog days are upon us, the presidential campaign is in full swing - and Rhode Island has been a notable part of the storyline on both sides of the aisle. The Republican National Convention was held last week in Cleveland, Ohio, with Donald
LAST WEEK'S EDITION

Holy Apostles Church celebrates 10th youth mission to Jamaican orphanage

Traveling with a teenager can be a daunting challenge. Traveling with nine of them might seem unimaginable. But for the five adult mission leaders from Holy Apostles Church, it was a profound blessing. High school seniors Sofia Amaral,