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By ALEX SPONSELLER The Community College of Rhode Island women's soccer team has had its ups and downs over the past few seasons. Between coaching changes and low numbers, the Lady Knights needed leaders this past fall more than ever and would get one in more
By RYAN D. MURRAY Pilgrim junior ace Cat Fallon pitched a complete-game gem, striking out 13 as the Patriots edged the Cranston West Falcons 1-0 in Division I softball at Brayton Park on Monday afternoon. Fallon, who gave up just two hits during the more
Former New England Patriots captain and 3-time Super Bowl Champion Tedy Bruschi, along with many other former and current Patriots hit the field at Cranston Stadium on Saturday to play the second annual F.A.S.T Celebrity Touch Football Game. Bruschi was more
Bain Middle School has presented their third quarter honors for the 2017-18 school year. Grade 8 High Honors Alexis Cayard, Jeffrey Cherubin, Brandon Cordon, Qiang Dong, Samuel Gray, Abby Morales Duarte, Daniela Morales, Louis Reyes, Sara Sandoval, Maria more
By ALEX SPONSELLER Last week I wrote an article regarding the alarming drop in local umpires and referees over the past few months here in Rhode Island. After talking to a handful of people in the local officiating community, it was quite clear why they more
What does it mean to memorialize something? Dictionaries define it as the act of remembering something and, more specifically, honoring that memory; keeping it sacred in some deeply personal part of your being. We memorialize all kinds of things as human more
READY FOR ACTION: As The Time Capsule, located on Pontiac Ave., held their 14th Annual Free Comic Book Day on May 5, a cast of costumed superheroes and even villains showed up for a free comic book. Up front is Super Frances Chevalier, age 5, posing with more
New physical therapist in mid-town Mayor Allan Fung cut the ceremonial ribbon on May 18 to welcome Arancia Physical Therapy, LLC, owned by physical therapist Jessica Papa, who joined in the ceremony. They are located at 190 Midway Road (Garden City) and more
By SARAH R. BRATKO People coming to the RI Hospitality Association's office will oftentimes be met at the door by my small, 10 year old rescue dog, Aiden. He spends most of his day sitting on a chair, occasionally taking a tour around our pet-friendly more
How sweet it is Now open is Cayla, a new Guatemalan bakery located at 100 Dyer Ave. in Cranston. Mayor Allan Fung officially welcomed the new business and owner Marvin Lopez to the Cranston community. The bakery specializes in Guatemalan treats and more
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