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EAST PROVIDENCE — The planned public-private partnership to construct an artificial turf field at East Providence High School hit a minor snag in recent weeks, but is expected to remain on track to fruition. Both the School Committee and … more
Hundreds of Barrington residents attempted to tame the Tough Tiger adventure race on Sunday, May 3. The race, which served as a fund-raiser for Hampden Meadows School, drew nearly 800 participants who ran over wooded trails, climbed on … more
King Philip Little League in Bristol kicked off another season of baseball Saturday morning during its annual Opening Day. Dozens of young ball players took the field at Veterans Park on Veterans Memorial Parkways Saturday, May 2, at 10 … more
BOSTON — Rain, strong headwinds and chilly 40-degree temperatures didn’t stop East Providence resident John Ponte, 43, from completing his second Boston Marathon on April 20. Mr. Ponte ran the marathon in support of the Joe Andruzzi … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — For his quarter century of tutelage, current East Providence Schools Athletic Director Bob Duarte was recently inducted as a member of the Rhode Island Track Coaches Association Hall of Fame Class of 2015. Mr. Duarte was … more
Above: Patriots (from left) John Stack, Tyler McDonald and Ben O'Hearn try to gain control of the ball after a face-off with North Kingstown. Photo by Richard W. Dionne Jr. PORTSMOUTH — The Division 2 Portsmouth High School varsity … more
Bill McCagney has hung up his whistle. The longtime Barrington High School football coach recently announced his retirement — after 25 years leading the Eagles onto Victory Field, he is stepping down. "I have no regrets," he said … more
PORTSMOUTH — The collegiate rugby tournament known as “Beast of the East” descended once again on Glen Farm last weekend, and Roger Williams University dominated the tournament on both the men's and women's sides. RWU men and women … more
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