October 15, 2009 RSS feed / News

School Committee candidates share their views

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Girls wrap up inaugural soccer season at Lawn Avenue School

After having a co-ed soccer team for years, Lawn Avenue School switched gears this year and had separate boys’ and girls’ teams for the first time in the school’s history. More...

Police pursuit ends in crash

Grapes & Gourmet owner Frank LaPere points out the damage to his East Ferry storefront that occurred on Oct. More...

Islander living his dream through performance art

There are dozens of words one could apply to Andrew Potter. Cautious isn’t one of them. After graduating from URI in 1980, Potter and a buddy moved to San Francisco to pursue their dream of becoming performance artists. More...

Statewide busing program delivers limited savings

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Local train garden garners national recognition

Most people don’t know what a railroad garden is, or that it’s one of the fastest-growing hobbies in the U.S. Fewer still know that the activity harbors the secret to health, happiness and a lifelong marriage. More...

Turnovers key in freshman football win over Cranston East

The North Kingstown High School freshman football team has come a long way since its first scrimmage of the season against Barrington High School. More...

Old age is not for sissies

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An easy search for peace

Flotsam and Jetsam

I stayed put. It was one of those lazy weekends, when the thought of getting in the car to drive someplace less desirable than my own backyard was not appealing. I often feel that way. More...

Jamestown Yacht Club fall series race results

Race number 5 of the Jamestown Yacht Club fall series was held on Oct. 4. The results were: • A Class: 1. Baby Bella, Melges 24, Mark Nannini; 2. Floating Point, Frers 40, Pat Clayton. • B Class: 1. Lynx, J/29, Dennis Nixon; 2. More...