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Gershkoff Auto Body/Auburn Post 20 fell to Collette Vacations/ Post 10, 6-3, in the opening round of Senior Legion playoffs at Johnson and Wales University Monday afternoon. Post 20 compiled a 14-6 overall record in the more
I drive slowly down my street to get home, which includes an area of trees, wild grasses and the occasional soda can or lost piece of paper. It is usually a non-committal drive, with my head swirling with ideas and concerns, not paying attention to the more
Some of the world's greatest jazz musicians arrive in Newport this weekend, following on the footsteps of a sold-out Newport Folk Festival. While tickets are still available for the Jazz Festival, you couldn't buy one for the Folk Festival, more
Democratic activist Weiner dies Mark Weiner, a closed friend of Bill and Hillary Clinton and active player in Democratic politics, died Tuesday in Newport as he prepared to travel to the party's convention in Philadelphia. Weiner, 62, more
Rep. William W. O'Brien's bill (2016-H 7052) that adds dyslexia-targeted screening and assistance as a required aspect of the literacy program for students at the elementary grade level was signed into law by Gov. Gina M. Raimondo at a recent ceremonial more
Joyce is obsessed with frogs. Their images and reproductions can be found all over our house and yard. So when Mystic Aquarium opened their new FROGS! exhibit, we just had to make the easy trip down Route 95 south to the Mystic Aquarium. more
Leonard and Gail Marsigliano Sr. of Cranston announce the engagement of their son, Leonard Marsigliano Jr., to SheriLee Wood, daughter of Marie Ritchie of Hope Valley. The bride-to-be is a graduate of St. Mary's Bay more
Where can you see nine one-act plays that will make you cry and laugh, put you in suspense, and tug on your heart strings? That was the case over the weekend as Theatre 82 on Rolfe Square in Cranston hosted its One Act Play Festival, more
Cast of characters Alexandra Cowart takes a moment to pose with some of the superheroes and sci-fi characters that circulated throughout the Mini Comic Con held recently at the Cranston Public Library. For more coverage, turn to Page xx. (Herald photo by more
They came with their friends, they came with their families - but some may have never left. For over 150 years, Rocky Point was known as Rhode Island’s summertime playground. Generations of New … more
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