PAWTUCKET — The gods of filmcraft must be smiling on Brian DeCubellis.
Local News Headlines
PROVIDENCE — The shuttered Sears store on Diamond Hill Road in Woonsocket will soon see new life as one of the next state-run mass vaccination sites.
PROVIDENCE — Leaders of the Rhode Island House and Senate on Tuesday voiced support for Lifespan and Care New England’s plan to move forward with a merger that will see the health care groups partner with Brown University in the development of an integrated academic health care system based …
WOONSOCKET — Public Works Director Steve D’Agostino told the City Council Monday that soil borings conducted by independent engineers have confirmed what he already knew about Cass Park: There’s cash buried there.
Local Sports Headlines
BURRILLVILLE — Burrillville’s Wes Cournoyer knows his sprained ankle won’t allow him to impact games the way he had during the regular season, but with the No. 3 Broncos and No. 6 Toll Gate tied late in the third quarter of Saturday afternoon’s Division II preliminary contest, the Broncos tu…
PROVIDENCE – With no spectators rooting on from the upper level of the Providence Career & Technical Academy field house, indoor track meets this winter have resembled a trip to church. In other words, it’s quiet time of the highest order.
WOONSOCKET —The contributions from Mount’s second and third lines were key in helping the top-seeded Mounties overcome a two-goal first-period deficit in Game 1 of the state semifinals Friday night against No. 4 La Salle.
PROVIDENCE – Football is a sport where preparation is everything. That’s why it was paramount for the state’s high school football sector to avoid the wait-and-see approach to play games that hovered over winter sports for a few weeks.