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June 19th, 2015

VIDEO: 'Frozen' Softball Team Will Melt Your Heart

June 19, 2015

Arrest warrant issued for alleged shooter who injured four in Market Square

June 19, 2015

WOONSOCKET - Police issued a warrant for the arrest of a 19-year-old city man who allegedly wounded four people in a fusillade of gunfire outside a River Street bar early Friday.

The victims were not identified, but Detective Jamie Chamberland said they were transported to Rhode Island Hospital with injuries that were not believed to be life-threatening.

Zackary Alvarado fired at least nine rounds in the parking lot across the street from Aly's Bar, 80 River St., shortly before 1:16 a.m., Chamberland said.

June 18th

Free ride from RIPTA now requires some work

June 18, 2015

In recent years, the Rhode Island Public Transit Authority offered free bus service on Air Quality Alert days, giving riders the opportunity to take the bus at no cost on days when extra-high concentrations of ground-level ozone were predicted.

While that program has been discontinued this year, RIPTA will soon offer an alternative for riders – a new program that is designed to encourage Rhode Islanders to improve air quality by leaving their cars at home and opt instead for public transportation.

Cumberland Baseball | Clippers comes up short in epic Game 3 against Hendricken for D.I title

June 18, 2015


PAWTUCKET – It was right there for Cumberland’s taking.

On two separate occasions Thursday night, the Clippers had three-time state champion Bishop Hendricken against the ropes. There was a surefire double-play ball in the ninth inning that instead was a throwing error resulted in the Hawks scoring the tying run.

That was hard to watch, but then came the 10th inning where Cumberland loaded the bases with no outs and failed to capitalize. It was a huge chance squandered.

Burrillville baseball | Broncos capture Div. III state championship with 1-0 win over J Sanchez

June 18, 2015


PROVIDENCE  –  Immediately after senior southpaw Colin Murphy had fielded Eriberto Collado’s grounder and tossed to first for the final out on Wednesday evening, he turned to his Burrillville High infielders, threw his glove in the air and allowed them to tackle him.

It took mere seconds for Murphy, now under a whole lot of poundage, to fall to the turf closest to the Broncos’ third-base dugout, and he had no qualms with the pile-on.

Mount St. Charles Baseball | Mounties reach the mountaintop with Div. II state championship

June 18, 2015


PAWTUCKET – For his final high-school act this year before turning his attention to the summer baseball travel circuit, Alex Lataille turned in flawless performance on the mound that on this particular day was championship caliber. 

June 17th

Council, union plan suit to halt RISE opening

June 17, 2015

WOONSOCKET – The City Council and the Woonsocket Teachers Guild could jointly file suit in Superior Court as early as next week in attempts to prevent RISE Mayoral Academy from opening later this summer.

Council President Albert G. Brien and Jeffrey Partington, president of the WTG, said the council and the teachers union will be co-plaintiffs in the suit because the city and the teachers’ union have a shared interest in preventing the school from opening.

State budget moves to Senate following House approval

June 17, 2015

PROVIDENCE — The Rhode Island House on Tuesday unanimously approved an $8.67 billion state budget proposal.
"We put out a pro-jobs, pro-economy budget," Democratic House Speaker Nicholas Mattiello said. "The members rallied around it."
House Minority Leader Brian Newberry, a North Smithfield Republican, voted for a budget for the first time since being elected in 2008. He praised the tax cuts, changes to the Medicaid system and other initiatives to help businesses.
"This budget is as good as you're going to get in a Democratic state," he said.

June 16th

Cumberland Baseball | O'Neill, Calabro guide Clippers to Game 1 win over previously-unbeaten Hendricken

June 16, 2015

PAWTUCKET – Cumberland High skipper Andy Tuetken knew long before the start of this R.I. Division I Tournament championship set that upsetting top-ranked and unbeaten Hendricken would be a tall order.
He nevertheless understood his never-say-die squad was peaking at the right time, especially after producing a pair of impressive semifinal wins against a Lincoln team that had been rolling.

Group lobbies for control of charter schools

June 16, 2015

PROVIDENCE – Rhode Island School Superintendents and members of local School Committees assembled at the Statehouse on Tuesday to voice support for General Assembly legislation that would give the cities and towns more say on whether a new charter school should serve their community.

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