Tuesday, February 9, 2016
Authors Posts by Manuel C. "Manny" Correira

Manuel C. "Manny" Correira

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EAST PROVIDENCE — A number of people who fondly remember the old Pink Elephant Carhop and Restaurant took a walk down memory lane last Saturday to help celebrate the first annual reunion of this once famous Route 44 landmark...
Motorcycles line up just prior to the start of the fifth annual Ride for Freedom. Gail Devine (nearest camera), one of the coordinators of the Ride for Freedom, leads in the singing of the National Anthem. Cyclists head south on Metacom...
If you were looking for some great food, entertainment, and fellowship, then the annual Holy Angels Church Summer Festival was the place to be last weekend. Scores of parishioners and friends gathered under the big top tent to celebrate the...
One year after serving as an assistant coach, John S. “Sandy” Gorham is now the man in charge of varsity football at Barrington High School. He returns to the sidelines as head coach, the same position he held with the...
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....
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...
Back from a whirlwind soccer tour of Europe, where they played against some of the best young talent in the world, friends and Bristol residents Sofia Cabral and Christina Conley, reflected on memories they say will last a lifetime. As...
Members of the Bristol Fourth of July Band Committee have for years attempted to lure the world renowned Hawthorne Caballeros Drum & Bugle Corps to Bristol for its Fourth of July Parade. It had been a mission of futility. This...
With a growing population of senior citizens in town — now as much as 30 percent of the population — it is an on-going challenge for the Bristol Senior Center to provide the services residents need and want on...
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...
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