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By MERI R. KENNEDY Last chance to sign up This Saturday, October 21, will be the last day to register for Youth Basketball. Those interested may visit Johnston Memorial Park from 8 a.m. until 12 p.m. For additional information call 272-3460. Pink Ribbon more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- The second part of a series on the opioid epidemic, which delves into the psychology behind addiction and today's cultural environment that cultivates it. more
Callie was turned in by her owners due to no fault of her own and is very sad and confused at the shelter, so you should take her home and make her happy! more
To the Editor: The heck with all these politics at football games. Football players should just play football. Stirring up crap at a game could result in violence or a riot. Let's all just get along. David Rourke Warwick more
The contrasts between the 44th and 45th presidents of the United States of America could not be more divergent. Cool, collected, studious and professorial, Barack Obama never mastered our 36th President Lyndon Johnson's adroit ability to press the more
To the Editor: Bob Kraft is wrong in his statement approving players kneeling while the National Anthem is played. That is the wrong time and the wrong place! Colin Kaepernik, ignorant as he is, was hardly a worthy leader in protest considering his more
By MICHAEL HUBER With the frost just melting on the grass in Johnston on Tuesday morning, Operation Stand Down Rhode Island (OSDRI) and volunteers were already hard at work with a new renovation of housing outside their headquarters for the once-homeless more
By PAM SCHIFF On Monday, October 16 the Cranston School Committee held their monthly meeting at their new location, the Cranston High School East auditorium. Going through the agenda, they offered citations, congratulations and farewells. They presented more
In an effort to ensure that Rhode Island's emergency responders are prepared to effectively respond to a range of security challenges, U.S. Senator Jack Reed today announced that the Rhode Island Emergency Management Agency (RIEMA) will receive a more
By THOMAS GREENBERG In a historic policy change, the Boy Scouts of America will now open its door to girls. Both boys and girls can earn the rank of Eagle Scout that has become so well known over time. Pam Hyland, CEO of Girl Scouts of Southern New more
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