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Rhode Island author in EG...
A Rhode Island author is opening the eyes of others through his recently self-...
‘Water company’ scammers rob...
HOPKINTON– On Oct. 17, at 5:20 p.m., Hopkinton Police responded to an 83-year-...
Hopkinton decides not to...
HOPKINTON — At their Monday night meeting, Hopkinton Town Councilors voted to...
Richmond Solar gets the go-...
RICHMOND — After a grueling town council discussion that almost ended in a...
A wide array of spending...
SOUTH KINGSTOWN - The campaign finances of the local house and senate...

Kent County Daily Times

COVENTRY— Three students from the Alan Shawn Feinstein Middle School in Coventry were bitten by a Cocker Spaniel-...
WEST WARWICK— The new Southeast New England Coastal Watershed Restoration Program awarded approximately $730,000 in...
WEST WARWICK— His goal to make life easier for American veterans and their families brought Congressman Jim Langevin to...

The Narragansett Times

SOUTH KINGSTOWN - The campaign finances of the local house and senate candidates and incumbents are not only diverse...

The Pendulum

A Rhode Island author is opening the eyes of others through his recently self-published book, “THE WORLD is (Y)OURS”, a...

The Standard-Times

NORTH KINGSTOWN—After a lengthy argument among its members, the North Kingstown School Committee approved a lease...

The Coventry Courier

COVENTRY – Students in Coventry took great pride wearing pink on Friday to support raising awareness towards cancer...

The Chariho Times

HOPKINTON– On Oct. 17, at 5:20 p.m., Hopkinton Police responded to an 83-year-old resident on Main Street near Melinda...

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PAWTUCKET— The South Kingstown Rebels were the best team in all of Division II tennis this season....
COVENTRY— As dominant as the Coventry volleyball team has been over the last five seasons, the...
EXETER-WEST GREENWICH—The Lady Scarlet Knights’ volleyball team has remained perfect through the...

Catching up with Gregg Allman

August 8, 2014

NEWPORT–Southern rock legend Gregg Allman will be bringing his solo band to The Newport Yachting Center on Sunday, Aug. 10 for a performance along with Jaimoe’s Jasssz Band. Allman, whose well documented, 45-year career with the Allman Brothers Band is coming to a close this fall, will be mixing in ABB classics along with songs from his various recordings with The Gregg Allman Band.
Timeout caught up with him via email last week.

Ella Prescott having great success with SK Little League

June 27, 2014

SOUTH KINGSTOWN - Ask any South Kingstown baseball player under the age of 13 to name their favorite baseball player, and you’ll likely get answers such as “David Ortiz,” “Dustin Pedroia,” and, should they venture outside the hallowed city limits of Boston and the friendly confines of Fenway, “Derek Jeter.” Each of those names, however, will not be the answer given by South Kingstown Little League’s only girl player in the Majors division. Her answer would seem out of time.
Ask Ella Denny Prescott what her first love is, and she’ll point to her family. Ask her again, only this time ask her to specify a sport, and she’ll say she has a tough time deciding between basketball and baseball. Little wonder. She excels at both. Having just wrapped up the traveling basketball season, her full attention has now turned to baseball. And with good results.

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