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Coming from a family of high-profile athletes, it was a no-brainer that Mt. Hope High School senior Jalen Kopecky would follow suit. This 6-foot-3, 280-pound three-sport standout has lived up to the … more
PROVIDENCE — At their daily COVID-19 briefing Tuesday, March 17, Governor Gina M. Raimondo and Director of Health Dr. Nicole Alexander-Scott updated the number f cases in the state and als … more
PROVIDENCE — As a part of on-going efforts to limit or prevent the spread of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) in Rhode Island, Governor Gina M. Raimondo and Nicole Alexander-Scott, MD, MPH, … more
The East Bay Girls Co-op hockey team's hopes for a Division I championship came up just short this season. Needing a win to extend the best-of-three series, East Bay played well on both ends of … more
WARWICK —  St. Raphael Academy has withdrawn from two winter sports season postseason tournaments because of the school's connection with the novel coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19) outbreak in … more
The Rhode Island Hockey Hall of Fame announced Sylvester “Buster” Clegg, former general manager of the Rhode Island Reds and founder/president of the Reds Heritage Society, has been … more
Tears flowed from the eyes of Mt. Hope seniors as they were getting big hugs from Principal Debbie Debiase after they played their last high school basketball game, a Tuesday night loss to Rogers in … more
PROVIDENCE—Junior Cory Grifka won the 182 pound wrestling state championship by winning a 12-1 major decision over Hope’s Jonathan Feliz on Sunday night during the RIIL wrestling … more
The East Bay Co-op girls hockey team is headed to the Division I finals. After losing the first game in a best-of-three series against Burrillville, the Eagles played clutch hockey and celebrated … more
Tony DaPonte tells a great story.  His latest — the one about the race he ran at the Indoor Track Masters Division New England Championships — does not disappoint.  Tony, … more
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