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Junior Andrew McCarthy escaped the grasp of Ponaganset’s Colby Vital with one second left to win the 144-pound state championship by a 7-6 decision during the state wrestling tournament at the … more
The girls indoor track team, which placed second in their division and second at the class meet, had a tougher time competing on the state level. The Huskies placed 20th as a team with 11 points during the state indoor track championships at the Providence Career and Technical Academy on Saturday. more
WPRI Channel 12 was first to  report a draft review on the status of the westbound section of the Washington Bridge written by an engineer hired to investigate the shuttered section paints a … more
The eastbound side of the Washington Bridge will be split into six lanes, three going in each direction, as a means of attempting to address the ongoing crisis created with the closure of the … more
Sometimes season’s go south before they even get started. It can happen in the blink of an eye. This season the Huskies saw it coming. It’s been the same for the Mt. Hope/East Providence … more
Rhode Island Department of Transportation Director Peter Alviti took the brunt of the blame for the calamity created as he was peppered with questions about the status of the Washington Bridge from … more
The names of five local hockey greats who represent the RI Hockey Hall of Fame’s Class of 2024 were unveiled last weekend between periods of the Providence Bruins-Hershey Bears “Hall of … more
The Mt. Hope gymnastics team fell to Portsmouth in their final regular season meet at Strive Gymnastics on Sunday. Mt. Hope scored a 130.75 and Portsmouth scored a 133.30.  The Huskies … more
Shailen Bhatt, the Administrator of the Federal Highway Administration, visited the area Monday, Feb. 5, as part of the national response to the local Washington Bridge Closure crisis. Bhatt … more
The Rhode Island Department of Transportation late last week announced its latest attempt to alleviate the traffic jam on Interstate 195 created by its shuttering of the westbound side of the … more
Thea Jackson placed first in three events and the Mt. Hope girls indoor track team placed second in the Dwyer Division with a team score of 94 points during the division championships at the Providence Career and Technical Academy on Saturday. St. Raphael Academy won the division with a score of 125.5. more
Facing mounting scrutiny of his efforts in the matter, specifically, Governor Dan McKee had a busy few days responding to the ever-growing Washington Bridge closure crisis over the last week plus. … more
Freshman Kara Pisasale lept, twirled and flipped her way to a 9.0 on her floor routine and an led the Huskies with an all around score of 33.7 as the Mt. Hope gymnastics team beat Prout/EWG Co-op and … more
St. Mary Academy-Bay View principal Dr. Marcela Rossi is proud to announce 200 students made the honor roll for the fall 2023 semester. This academic distinction recognizes the dedication of students … more
The St. Mary Academy-Bay View Players presented their production of Disney's “The Little Mermaid” over four performances last weekend, January 18-20. Saturday's events included a … more
Mt. Hope wrestlers James Thibaudeau and Andrew McCarthy are best of friends off the mat. But on the mat, they have become highly-competitive drilling partners as Thibaudeau wrestles at 150 pounds and … more
Gov. Dan McKee and Rhode Island Department of Transportation Director Peter Alviti gave an impromptu update on the status of the Washington Bridge during a news conference called Monday afternoon, … more
Lily DaSilveira scored 17 points and Elsa White and Emily Moran each scored 15 points as Mt. Hope clobbered Cranston East 53-39 in a Division II home game on Thursday night. The win boosts Mt. … more
Emily Moran and Elsa White combined for 32 points as the Mt. Hope girls basketball team beat Tiverton 43-33 in a Division IIB match up at Mt. Hope High School on Friday night. Moran and White, both … more
Since its inception on December 21, the ferries have carried 3,285 passengers over 12 operating days. The final day will be on... more
The Portsmouth basketball team trounced Mt. Hope 85-48 in the annual holiday tournament at Barrington High School on Wednesday afternoon. The win boosts the Patriots record to 2-3 in Division I, … more
PROVIDENCE — An initial aimed at remedying increasing homelessness around the state was recently announced by key players involved in the effort. The Rhode Island Pay for Success program … more
The Mt. Hope wrestling team is jam packed with talented grapplers this season as they begin another campaign towards a crack at the state title. None are more excited than head coach Ryan Fazzi who … more
The US Small Business Administration has opened a disaster relief Business Recovery Center located at the Weaver Memorial Library in East Providence as part of the state's ongoing response to the … more
The Rhode Island Department of Transportation (RIDOT) today announced that it has contracted with SeaStreak, Rhode Island Fast Ferry and the Block Island Ferry to offer free ferry service to … more
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