By EMMA BARTLETT Third graders from Garden City Elementary School were hard at work on a recent Tuesday morning as they gathered into three groups and glued, hammered and assembled two stools and a bench to be used in their new school that is set for
By DANIEL KITTREDGE A new chapter in the storied history of the Park Theatre is in the works. Ed Brady and Jeff Quinlan, whose Dig In Dining restaurant group includes the Thirsty Beaver and other establishments in the area, are eying the local landmark
At just 28 years old, Jhamal Diggs was one of the state's youngest coaches heading into the 2020-21 winter basketball season last year and was only in his second campaign as the East girls' head coach. After a disappointing season the year before,
By ALEX SPONSELLER The Rhode Island hockey scene lost a giant last week, when former Mount St. Charles coach Bill Belisle passed away at 92 years old. Belisle coached the Mounties for over four decades and collected 32 state championships in that span.
By EMMA BARTLETT The roots of Italian heritage run deep in Knightsville, and Maria Manzi is one of many whose ancestors migrated to the area from Itri, Italy. Trying to escape economic turmoil, many Itranis left Italy just before the twentieth century