September 21st, 2015
WOONSOCKET – The Stadium Theatre on Main Street is a highlight of the city’s arts life and has been since the old Vaudeville troopers graced its stage when city industrialist Arthur Darman opened the movie theater in 1926.
But has there been cause over all its years of operation and various business reincarnations for some of its former performers, patrons or employees to linger, say in the ethereal form?
A little of this, a little of that …
Give the Red Sox credit. The A.L. East bottom dwellers are making every effort to keep the turnstiles turning during the final homestand – a seven-game stretch that kicked off Monday night.
SMITHFIELD – Despite two parents that were marathoners, C.J. Berg never intended on being a competitive runner once he entered high school.
But with a little more than a year of experience under his belt, there is no doubt this Mount St. Charles junior is a runner, and a very good one at that.
WOONSOCKET â€” A line of young girls with their parents poured out of the Depot on Saturday afternoon, as they waited to board a train taking them on an hour-long ride. But donâ€™t be fooled, the young ones werenâ€™t the guests of honor. Their dolls were.
CUMBERLAND— The Cumberland volleyball program has been one of the more predictable programs in the state over the last decade. When the Clippers find themselves in Division II-North, they are always successful – including a trip to the 2011 Division II title match against Exeter-West Greenwich.
But, when the Clippers are moved up to Division I to face state powers like Mount St. Charles, East Providence and Coventry, they struggle.
TIVERTON — The Tayes and Tupper Show will be on full display at football fields around the Ocean State all autumn.
The defending Division IV champion Burrillville football team opened up league play Saturday night at Tiverton and senior wide receiver Riley Tupper and senior running back Zack Tayes were simply unstoppable.