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PAWTUCKET — The East Providence High School girls' tennis team continued its superb season into the Division III playoffs as the Townies defeated Scituate, 4-0, in the opening round of the league … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — The East Providence High School boys' soccer team got the points it needed to qualify for the Division I playoffs in its regular season finale after the Townies … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — The 10th Annual East Providence Fire Department Freaky 5k road race and fun walk took place Sunday, Oct. 23,from Station 3 on 30 North Broadway in Rumford. East Providence Post … more
Five of the Roger Williams University’s greatest athletes and one of its greatest teams enjoyed another night in the spotlight last week, stepping into the hall of fame. The 2016 Roger … more
The Barrington Middle School girls' and boys' cross country teams competed in the state championship meet at Goddard Park on Saturday — the girls' team finished sixth while the boys' finished … more
It was role reversal on the football field at Mt. Hope High School on Sunday, Oct, 19, as the girls took to the gridiron and the boys cheered from the sidelines in the annual Powder Puff Bowl. The … more
The Portsmouth girls basketball team held on to beat North Kingstown, 42-35, at Portsmouth High School on Friday night. Senior captain Haley Alves led the way scoring 17 points for the Patriots. … more
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