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This town’s quintessential summer event — the fabled annual United Congregational Church Fair — is now in its 48th year. On Saturday, July 14, it will take over the Town of Little … more
Barrington and Tiverton will battle for the District II Majors Division All-Star championship on Sunday, July 15. Barrington has reached the finals with a 4-0 record, having defeated Darlington, … more
As we face the impending likelihood of a majority anti-choice Supreme Court, it is important that Rhode Islanders understand what reproductive rights we’d have in the absence of Roe V. Wade. … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — Two of the city’s hallmark elementary schools will have new principals when the 2018-19 term commences in about six weeks time after the School Committee at its July 10 meeting … more
LITTLE COMPTON — There can few more joyous occasions for a community than the graduation of its children from school, and Wilbur & McMahon Principal Sonya Whipp drew upon this hopeful sentiment in her address to the 33 members of the school's graduating eighth grade class last Wednesday night, June 21. more
Twenty-one-year-old pilot Mia Hallgring, a Portsmouth High School graduate, has taken to the sky to race in the 2018 Air Race Classic. The four-day, all-female flying race started Wednesday, June 19, … more
Nancy Doering Field of 9 Stimson Ave., Providence, R.I., passed away on June 18, 2018, at the age of 102. She is survived by her three sons: Richard Doering Field of Hobe Sound, Fla., and New … more
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