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The United States Dog Agility Association, Inc. (USDAAR) is midway through its 2018 Regional Championship qualifying season and will shine its spotlight on New England July 13-15. The New England Regional Championship will attract nearly 500 dogs to the more
By EMILY WHITE and BETH CRONIN She came into the Emergency Room alone, wild eyed with fear. When the painful contractions came she would moan and cry, asking for pain medication. This went on for hours and all we could offer her were words of more
To the Editor: Freedom of speech? We, the people, of this great nation have freedom of speech, but not freedom of thoughts, beliefs and actions that don't coincide with the mainstream media, Hollywood, academia and the progressive liberal left Democrats. more
By JEREMY GREENBERG As the college Class of 2018 ventures out into the working world, many of them will choose to work for themselves, or at least entertain the thought. A variety of factors - less security in the traditional job market, more innovation more
By JEN COWART At Monday night's school committee meeting, many students were recognized for receiving art awards and scholarships in the past weeks. Kailyn D'Elena, first place, Cranston High School West and Leah Struminsky (honorable mention) of more
Michael Brissette, the director of dining services at the Scandinavian Home in Edgewood, estimated he'd make 60 burgers, 50 hot dogs and 40 pieces of barbecued chicken on Thursday. He needed to make so many because it was lunchtime, and all the more
On June 16, 19 bowlers attended `Help the Homeless' RI's first bowling fundraiser at Town Hall Lanes in Johnston. A fun time was had while raising $200 to help the homeless and impoverished in Rhode Island. Included in the bowling were free shoe rentals, more
Students at Edgewood Highland Elementary School recently shared with their peers what they had learned as they explored biographies. The all-purpose room was host to a wide array of biography projects from tri-fold boards to dioramas to soda bottle more
By JEN COWART Throughout reading week, students at Woodridge Elementary School had many special visitors to read a story or share their own stories. There was one visitor however, who brought the most unusual guests to visit. Ray Ward, from Bwana Iguana more
By JEN COWART It was a start to the Cranston High School West graduation week that many will remember for a lifetime, and the start of a new tradition at Cranston West, Senior Graduation Walks. On Tuesday, June 5, many of the CHSW graduating class of more
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