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East Providence heads to East Greenwich for boys’ soccer playoffs

East Providence heads to East Greenwich for boys’ soccer playoffs

EAST PROVIDENCE — The East Providence High School boys’ soccer team will face East Greenwich in the opening round of the 2014 Division I state championship tournament Wednesday night, Oct. 29, on the road at 6 o’clock. The Townies capped their regular season last week with a 7-7-0 record and with 21 points in the

Shown (from left) are runners Nayden Braga, Adam Orwiler, Ryder Ferris, Keegan Hanley, Coach Brian Beausoleil, Nick Januario, Cameron Rancourt and Devon Loiselle

KMS cross country places 6th at States

The Kickemuit Middle School cross country team had a good weekend at Warwick’s Goddard State Park this past weekend, finishing sixth out of 31 teams competing in the Rhode Island State Middle School Championships. Apart from the strong overall showing, there were individual high points as well. Varsity eighth grader Ryder Ferris finished 28 out

Mt. Hope student Matthew Zufelt dresses as "Chucky" during last year's haunted house.

Mt. Hope goes ‘old-school’ with horror house

Frankenstein, Dracula and the Wolfman, among other creepy creatures will be stalking the halls of Mt. Hope High School this week as the Mt. Hope Masqueraders present their annual haunted house and Halloween party. Children of all ages are welcome to the high school Oct. 29 and 30, 5:30 – 8:30 p.m. for a Halloween

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School committee candidates to meet with voters

Meet the three candidates for the Bristol Warren Regional School Committee from Warren. Join the Hugh Cole School PTO for an opportunity to meet and hear from all three candidates for school committee. Paul Brule, Susan Rancourt and Erin Schofield will participate in this roundtable discussion moderated by Bristol Warren Education Foundation board chair Jock

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East Providence High School earns NEASC accreditation

EAST PROVIDENCE — The New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC) has granted once-beleaguered East Providence High School full accreditation, the regional oversight body informed the local administration though a couple of pieces of correspondence last week. In a lengthy PowerPoint review of the matter and a letter addressed to EPHS principal Janet Sheehan

Seniors Sophia Pezza, Yuliandra Henriquez and Fransheka Gauthier (from left to right) along with fellow co-captain Stephanie Ferreira were recognized by the EPHS girls' soccer mates in their final high school game Friday night, Oct. 24.

East Providence High girls’ soccer finishes off winless fall

EAST PROVIDENCE — The struggle which was the 2014 season for the East Providence High School girls’ soccer team came to an end Friday night, Oct. 24, at Pierce Field with the Townies losing to reigning Division II championship Pilgrim, 6-1. Almost fittingly for the Townies in their winless campaign, they made several mistakes in

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Barrington High School and others lose power

  A powerful nor’easter knocked out power to approximately 146 National Grid customers in Barrington late Wednesday night and early Thursday morning, Oct. 22 and 23. Among those still without power on Thursday morning was Barrington High School. The school was set to host a presentation at about 9:30 a.m. on Thursday featuring officials from

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