Author Archives: Manuel C. "Manny" Correira


OLMC announces chief marshals, Faith in Action winner

OLMC announces chief marshals, Faith in Action winner

Above: Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Church Feast Chief Marshals Bob and Kathy Ruginis (center) are flanked by Alex Cournoyer (far left), Thomas Vendituoli Award winner; and the Rev. Henry P. Zinno Jr., pastor of Mt. Carmel Church. When the Rev. Henry P. Zinno Jr., pastor at Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Church, announced that Bob


‘Faith and fellowship’ at Holy Ghost Feast

Above: Young parishoners lead communicants into St. Elizabeth Church Sunday. Photos by Manuel C. “Manny” Correira. With another successful Holy Ghost Feast in the books this weekend, St. Elizabeth Church parishioners and friends had a chance to reflect on three days of celebration, good food and religious devotion. Always a highlight on the church calendar,

Tony Lepore, aka "The Dancing Cop" dances with Our Lady of Mt. Carmel students during National Catholic School's Week last week.

Dancing cop entertains, educates at Mt. Carmel

You’ve seen him on the news. You’ve seen him directing traffic throughout Rhode Island. You’ve seen him do his thing in Bristol’s Fourth of July Parade. Monday morning, Tony Lepore, Sr. (aka “the Providence Dancing Cop”) went through his paces at Our Lady of Mt. Carmel School. Mr. Lepore’s appearance coincided with National Catholic Schools

1962 Barrington Easles

Thanksgiving Day football rivalry has rich history

I was just sitting here thinking about what high school football used to be like around these parts on Thanksgiving Day. I mean, I’m talking about the old Bristol-Barrington series, which began in 1934, and produced more thrills and excitement than one could imagine. As a youngster, long before I became an established sportswriter, I

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