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The Bishop Hendricken football team scored four times in the third quarter, including three times within a two-minute span, to break open a one-score game at halftime en route to a 56-32 victory over Cranston East in the more
Academic safari Teams that will be competing in the 2018 Rhode Island Academic Decathlon on March 18 at the Knight Campus of the Rhode Island Community College got the flavor of Africa in more than one experience Saturday when they visited Roger Williams more
The Rhode Island Department of Revenue's Division of Taxation will begin accepting amnesty-related paperwork and payments on Dec. 1. Amnesty is almost here. We want to remind taxpayers and tax professionals that they can use our special amnesty website" more
To the Editor: The Greatest Generation of our family, in my opinion, started with Louise and Harold Whalley from Saylesville, Lincoln and Annie and George Wright of Pawtucket, my grandparents. They instilled the love of country in their children. When more
By ROBERT FLANDERS When neighbors, friends and family ask me why I am running for the U.S. Senate, my answer is simple. As Nelson Mandela said: There is no passion to be found playing small; in settling for a life that is less impactful than the one you" more
To the Editor: Normally, I support the rights of free enterprise/business to be free from government interference as to how they conduct themselves in most areas. After I read the Fox News story with the below headline, (also the following link), my more
In the blink of an eye, another Rhode Island summer is now a distant memory and the winds of winter are upon us. With Thanksgiving this week and the major traditional celebrations of Hanukah, Christmas and Kwanzaa just on the horizon, it is a time to more
By THOMAS GREENBERG The Gaspee Days Committee will soon sell license plates commemorating the burning of the Gaspee after Governor Gina Raimondo signed the Gaspee Days License Bill into effect on Monday. Warwick historian and member emeritus of the more
By JOHN HOWELL Lt. Gov. Dan McKee says there's more to Operation Holiday Cheer than providing gifts from home to servicemen and -women who can't get back to the Ocean State for the holidays. In an effort involving scores of sponsors, organizations and more
It is important to teach our youth about fishing. Fishing appeals to our sense of adventure and teaches us patience. It is one of those activities where science and art converge. It teaches us to be good stewards of the environment and it allows us to more
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