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As many of you all know, the local high school football schedule has been a bit of the mess thanks to the ongoing pandemic. Earlier this week, the Providence Journal first reported that the Rhode Island Interscholastic League has been having meetings more
Sunday marked one of the biggest days in the history of New England sports as Tom Brady made his long-awaited return to Foxboro to take on Bill Belichick and the Patriots. For those of you living under a rock this past week, the visiting Buccaneers would more
By KELLY SULLIVAN Despite her parents' opinion of him, Eliza Howes loved Edwin Otis Dow. She was 18 and he was 21 when they got married in Maine in 1854. Two years later, their daughter Helen was born. Now the Howes began to really hammer on their more
The last couple of weeks I have been deep into our high school sports coverage. I love this time of year, especially the football season. However, there are times when you need a break in the schedule and routine to shake things up. Between my high more
Summer is my favorite season. I love fall; however, I know that right after that it's winter. It has been an interesting summer. Lots of super-hot days, and lots of rain. My garden was different this year. I had more zucchini and peppers then people more
Having a brother with a disability was not so bad. One of my favorite memories is going to Rocky Point on "Handicapped Children's Day," an outing sponsored by the Warwick Elks. We would start the day off at the massive Chowder Hall, and fill ourselves to more
I live in Warwick Neck. I love it here! Because things pretty much stay the same, it's hard to miss a new business opening in my area. For years, there has been a store at the top of Meadow View and Warwick Neck Avenue. Years ago, the owner sold more
Last Friday was the start of the high school football season. Teams played in their Injury Fund exhibitions, so although the results did not count toward the standings, it was the first time that teams were able to compete against other squads in live more
Hubby and I generally eat dinner late, perched with legs outstretched on our comfortable recliners watching something good on Netflix or Hulu. When finished, after unwisely gobbling down dinner on an empty stomach, the pang of hunger still plagues me. more
As a child, I remember wishing time away. It seemed like it would take forever to get to the weekends. Boy, have things changed, now that I'm in my 60s! Come Monday, I have high hopes. I start with a list of things I need to accomplish. It's a variety of more
It's my favorite time of year: football season. It is great to be back, especially during the fall. I know, it's still summer for a few more weeks, but the trees are starting to turn ever so slightly, the days are getting a wee bit shorter, and football more
By CAPT. DAVE MONTI "I will always be prepared for anything that may come my way now and I can thank Troop 2, Bristol, Rhode Island," said Nathan Simas, who worked on a fishing line receptacle project as part of his Eagle Scott journey. Nathan built and more
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