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At least once a week, eight-year-old Shea Mathewson can be found at Brown University practicing with the Men’s Water Polo team. Shea leads the team in stretches, joins the athletes for yoga and … more
Susan Kelley Scotti’s Mr. Hare sits with his head cocked. His eyes inviting, though glossy and hard. If you approach the varmint, he will not run. He may just lead you on a tour of Ocean … more
First of all, there’s really no such thing as an Irish short story. The seed was planted for my journey long ago, with a seventh grade social studies assignment to create my family tree. I … more
After three years on the beat, Fox was called to the scene of a Rhode Island State Police traffic stop. The car had New York plates that didn’t match the vehicle. Officers on the scene had … more
The late Reverend Peter G. Mihailides would be proud of what will take place this weekend on the spacious grounds at 175 Oaklawn Avenue in Cranston. One hundred and one years ago, Father Mihaildes … more
It’s a story of betrayal, gang violence, forgiveness and fleeing to America. Susan Mills, 61, will present her first novel, “On the Wings of a Hummingbird,” at Cranston Central Library at … more
Antonio Dattorro ate garlic to survive in a Japanese prisoner of war camp. He returned home, lived his life and eventually put paint to canvas. Dattorro lived from Sept. 21, 1918 to March 31, … more
As Cranston’s Patti Bacon and Johnston’s Jackie Paquin tell it, their brother, Billy Landry, had a larger than life personality. He loved his family, was proud of owning PB&J’s … more
It’s a tradition unlike any other. An event steeped with love, caring and compassion. It’s an event hosted by 110 valuable volunteers who actually pay – then serve – an … more
Northeast Auto Body offers much more than fixing dings, dents and damage vehicles and automobile repairs. As proof, the unique cars and tow truck that are parked underneath the huge and constantly … more
Jaychele Nicole Schenck was counting on a scholarship to further her education, but she wasn’t sure how to go about securing the funding to follow her dreams. Should she blanket the field, … more
Linda Burrows, 64, always liked biking. At first, her parents wouldn’t let her have a bike but, she finally got one by age 11. “It felt like I had a pair of wings,” said Linda. … more
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