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The Rhode Island hockey community recently lost perhaps its most notable member, as former Mount St. Charles coach Bill Belisle passed away at the age of 92 last week. Belisle coached the Mounties for four decades and guided them to an astonishing 32 more
Last week our three publications revealed our Girls Teams of the Year as well as our Girls Team Coaches of the Year. I devoted my column toward breaking the selections down and giving my own personal insight, and I will be doing the same this week as we more
Happy New Year, everyone. Hope you all enjoyed a peaceful and safe holiday. I am thrilled to be starting off 2022 and am expecting another terrific season of sports. We did something new this year, if you saw on the front page. We decided to hand out more
Last week the Rhode Island community - especially the sports community - lost a legendary figure in Meg McGonagle, who passed away from complications stemming from COVID-19. She was just 41 years of age. McGonagle was a big-time athlete at Pilgrim, where more
This week's item I wanted to touch on is something that I always have fun thinking about to myself, but never really thought of putting on paper until now, and it is how I feel about the state's ice rinks. At a hockey game I covered last week, I was more
The fall season is officially a wrap for Beacon Communications. As always, it went by fast. Thanksgiving marked two great football matchups for our local high school teams as the Johnston Panthers made the trip to Pilgrim to battle the Pats while more
Your immune system is a network of tissues and cells that work together to defend your body against such things as viruses, bacteria, fungi, parasites and even cancer cells. When your immune system … more
Narragansett Park had operated as a horse racing track since the summer of 1867 when the venture was financed by Amasa Sprague II. In 1886, the mile-long speedway for light harness racing was … more
Many of the things for which I am thankful are materialist, commercialized even. The Dollar Tree tops the list. For a measly dollar and seven cents, I can find almost anything. Because my belt had … more
The Bishop Hendricken football team won its fourth consecutive state championship on Sunday afternoon by topping rival La Salle 49-40 at Cranston Stadium. It was a shootout from start to finish and became the highest-scoring state championship in Rhode more
You can look younger and save money by incorporating essential oils into your skin care routine. While there are many commercial products available to reduce wrinkles, some people prefer natural … more
Most of you have heard the story by now, but the Pilgrim High School and Warwick Vets bleachers were closed off last week due to a code violation. During a Toll Gate girls soccer game at Vets, a parent in the stands noticed that the bleachers had too more
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