By RUSS OLIVO
Local News Headlines
The Blackstone Valley Amateur Radio Club (BVARC) invites the public to discover the adventure, challenge and excitement of amateur, or “ham,” radio by participating in the club’s annual field day scheduled Saturday, June 26, and Sunday, June 27.
PROVIDENCE — Rhode Island could soon join a growing list of states where the use of police body cameras becomes universal – or nearly so, depending on how many communities opt in.
WOONSOCKET — Efforts to vaccinate city residents against COVID-19 are continuing as the state opens up – and Florence Sarrocco, 65, found on Wednesday that help is available to get a shot without even leaving your home.
Local Sports Headlines
CUMBERLAND – A Northern Division girls’ cross-country meet featuring Cumberland and Burrillville wasn’t complete until Marty Crowley wished good luck to the Clipper harriers – especially if that CHS harrier happened to be coached by Crowley in softball.
CRANSTON – With Jackson Walsh dealing and the Upper Deck bats supplying enough timely hits, the march continues through the R.I. American Legion Final Four.
At first blush, it would appear that St. Raphael’s Darius Kipyego and Woonsocket High’s Tarik Robinson-O’Hagan have nothing in common. Kipyego is an All-American middle-distance runner. Robinson-O’Hagan has distinguished himself as one of the top throwers in the entire country.