Tuesday Apr 1
WWII vets awed by Honor Flight reception
AN EMOTIONAL EXPERIENCE: WWII veteran Donald Thornton, flanked by his guardian Ed Thurston and daughter Beth Gauthier, said he was especially moved by the greeting they received at Green Airport and when they arrived in Baltimore.
Michael Riley: Taveras and Polisena No-Shows at Pension Commission
Some readers would say that I am singularly focused on the issue of municipal finance and the financial condition of our cities and towns.
The History of Gordon Fox: from Camp St. to Speaker to
Gordon Fox was the epitome of a Rhode Island success. He grew up on Camp Street in Providence's Mount Hope section and worked his way through Rhode Island College and Northeastern University Law School working at Carvel Ice Cream at University Heights.
Christ Church Looking for Volunteers to Pack Meals
Christ Church of East Greenwich is looking to round up a few volunteers on Saturday to help pack lunches for hungry children.
Hendricken will next play Mt. Hope. The Huskies coming back from an 11-point deficit in the 2nd half to beat West Warwick, 74-62.