News

Airport terminal celebrates 20 years, serving 90M passengers

It was 20 years ago and Patti Goldstein remembers the first day of operations at the Bruce Sundlun Terminal like it was yesterday. The late governor made the terminal “his” project, pushing …
Sports

Panthers can't hold halftime lead against Falcons

By JOE RUSSO For the Sun Rise Trailing 20-13 at halftime, the Cranston West football team scored 29 unanswered second-half points to post a 42-20 non-league win over the Johnston Panthers before a packed crowd at Polisena Stadium in what was Salute to"

Lady Knights win NHTI Invitational

The CCRI Lady Knights volleyball team traveled to New Hampshire Tech in Concord, New Hampshire, to compete in the New Hampshire Tech Lynx Volleyball Invitational on Saturday. The Lady Knights went 3-1 and won the tournament Championship. CCRI defeated
Movie Reviews

Sully

SULLY * * * * (Honest, emotional portrayal of “Miracle on the Hudson”) Whether he’s playing a heroic captured ship’s captain or a heroic airline pilot, Tom Hanks has a unique …
Entertainment

Use care when you get your boat ready for winter

Even though there are still some good days of fall fishing, beach bonfires (where legal) and beautiful weather, we need to think ahead in order to ensure a great boating season next year. Careful …
Opinion

Rhode Islanders can be proud of children's health improvements

By LOUIS P. DIPALMA and MELISSA BANN The overall state of children's health in Rhode Island has shown marked improvement over the last several years. However, further improvement is required. After reviewing the eighteen criteria associated with health
LAST WEEK'S EDITION

Site prep for Citizens campus nears finish

By TIM FORSBERG Mountains are being moved in Johnston - at least in a figurative sense. Initial site work for the proposed Citizens Bank campus near the intersection of Greenville Avenue and Route 295 is approaching completion, and the scope of the