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July 26th, 2015

A taste of preservation

July 26, 2015

BLACKSTONE – After a delayed spring planting season, area farmers are starting to sell the bounty of their agricultural endeavors with the help of the Daniels Farmstead Foundation farm at 286 Mendon St.

Farmer booths were found at the Daniels Farmstead Farmer’s Market offering fresh vegetables, delicious baked goods and even organic goat’s milk soaps as a sampling of things to come as the growing season progresses.

North Smithfield's Jazz Ambassador

July 26, 2015

NORTH SMITHFIELD – You probably think the trombone is a musical instrument.

To Matthew Ethier, it’s also a vehicle, and he’s taking it places.
Next stop: Fort Adams State Park, via the Newport Jazz Festival.

A 2015 graduate of North Smithfield High School, Ethier, 18, will perform in the famed jazz showcase as a member of the Rhode Island Music Educators Association Senior All-State Ensemble for the third year in a row next Saturday.

July 25th

Little League Baseball | Toro's second HR of the game helps Lincoln top Portsmouth in state tourney opener

July 25, 2015

WARWICK – Nick Toro had a penchant for pounding home runs in the R.I. Little League Major Division (11-12) District IV Tournament, one in which the Lincoln All-Stars swept with relative ease, and he picked up where he left off Saturday afternoon.

The congenial Toro, who already had walloped a three-run dinger, ripped what proved to be the game-clinching blast in the top of the seventh inning to deliver to Lincoln an absolutely thrilling 5-4 triumph over District II champ Portsmouth in the opener of the state tourney at Warwick Continental Little League’s Louis M. D’Abrosca Memorial Field.

July 24th

Pawtucket Red Sox | PawSox' Marrero eager to employ lessons learned while with Red Sox

July 24, 2015

PAWTUCKET – When heralded PawSox shortstop Deven Marrero – known for his innate skills with the leather – was called up to the parent club back on June 25, he was naturally elated with the opportunity ahead of him.

The six-foot-one, 195-pound native of Miami, Fla. and former star at Arizona State University didn't fare too well with the bat in five appearances with Boston, manufacturing a .143 bating average (1-for-7), though did record his first major-league hit and run scored against Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim hurler Mike Morin on July 28.

A LINCOLN LEGACY: Hien readies Lincoln All-Stars for Little League state tournament

July 24, 2015

LINCOLN – As always after the capture of a R.I. Little League Major Division (11-12) Tournament championship, the Lincoln All-Stars were back at practice Tuesday evening with their manager, Charlie Hien, and his mammoth coaching staff of at least five.

Judge: Suit against RISE may proceed

July 24, 2015

WOONSOCKET — Opponents of the proposed RISE Prep Mayoral Academy won big in the first round of their bid to kill the controversial school Friday when a Superior Court judge rejected the state’s motion to dismiss a lawsuit aimed at preventing it from opening next month.

The plaintiffs are now poised to argue a motion to do just that during a hearing set for Aug. 11, according to attorney William Wray, who represents the City Council.

“Yes,” said Wray. “It was definitely a win for the plaintiffs.”

VIDEO: At least three dead in Louisiana movie theatre shooting

July 24, 2015

July 23rd

WHS students fired up over summer program

July 23, 2015

WOONSOCKET — A group of Expanded Learning Opportunities (ELO) students from Woonsocket High School are gaining some training this summer in what could be a future career in the emergency response field.

The program offered under a partnership between the RiverzEdge Arts ELO program at the school and the Woonsocket Fire Department has a group of six students taking on training tasks they might one day experience when seeking a real job in the field. This summer’s class is the second group of Woonsocket High School students to participate.

July 22nd

New treatment plant to get airing

July 22, 2015

WOONSOCKET — After years of delays that date back to 2005, the city is finally ready to go out to bid for one of its biggest public works projects in decades, a new water treatment plant that will carry a price tag in the range of $40 million.

But before that happens, Mayor Lisa Baldelli-Hunt will hold an open briefing on the project at Bernon Heights Elementary School Wednesday at 6 p.m. The public is invited and welcomed to ask questions after a brief presentation on the history and status of the project.

July 21st

High School Sports | North Smithfield grad Jacob Decelles attending U.S. Naval Academy

July 21, 2015


NORTH SMITHFIELD  –  When Jacob Decelles’ parents dropped him off at the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, Md. back on July 1 – the first day of what’s known as “Plebe Summer” – he didn’t seem nervous whatsoever, according to his father, Jim.

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