Last night at Big Six Academy in Providence, Rhode Island, undefeated super welterweight contender Demetrius “Boo Boo” Andrade (21-0, 14 KOs) hosted an open media workout in advance of his October 17th 10-round main event fight versus...Show More Summary
A Rhode Island man who weighs almost 800 pounds was kicked out of a hospital for ordering a pizza.
An officer in Providence, Rhode Island, walked into a Dunkin' Donuts on Friday hoping to get a cup of coffee. What he came out with was indeed a cup of coffee, but it had a message written on the side: "#blacklivesmatter," a reference to the social justice campaign fighting police brutality against people of color. The officer was horrified. Show More Summary
A man who weighs nearly 800 pounds said he was living in his father’s car after Rhode Island Hospital booted him for ordering a pizza.
News, Weather and Classifieds for Southern New England A nearly 800-pound man undergoing in-patient treatment for his obesity says a hospital kicked him out for ordering a pizza. Steven Assanti, 33, had been staying at Rhode Island Hospital for 80 days, in which he lost 20 pounds, NBC 10 reports. Show More Summary
These lucky winners will receive a copy of C. A. Higgins' Lightless for you to win, courtesy of the folks at Del Rey. For more info about this title: Canada, USA, Europe.The winners are:- Fred Coughlin, from Barrington, Rhode Island, USA- Mark James Schryver, from Pulaski, New York, USA- Sharon Berger, from Albuquerque, New Mexico, USAMany thanks to all the participants!
Outsports has the exclusive coming out story of a Division 1 assistant basketball coach Chris Burns, who is at Bryant University in Rhode Island. In the emotional first-person essay, Burns — who was a successful college athlete himself...Show More Summary
What? Did anyone think this wouldn’t happen? Seriously? We are importing hundreds of thousands of Islamic refugees. We give visas to many thousands of Middle Eastern nationals every year. We
A spokesman for a Rhode Island police union claimed Tuesday that writing "#BlackLivesMatter" on the side of a coffee cup is part of a national trend "promoting violence against police officers." Lt. Roger Aspinall, speaking for the Providence...Show More Summary
For the past four years, Rhode Island photographer Laura Kilgus has been offering free photography sessions to kids with Down syndrome and their families. Working with the Down Syndrome Society of Rhode Island, Kilgus has met and photographed dozens of children. Show More Summary
Fans of The Conjuring have become so obsessed with visiting the Rhode Island farmhouse where the movie is set that the people who actually own it are now trying to sue Warner Bros. for making their home a local tourist attraction. Entertainment...Show More Summary
Beginning in October and running up through November 13th, the first day of the regular season, College Basketball Talk will be unveiling the 2015-2016 NBCSports.com college hoops preview package. Today, we are previewing the Atlantic 10 Conference. Last year, many people were reminded never to bet against Bob McKillop. The Davidson coach, in a new […]
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. A new law in Rhode Island will make sex offenders living beyond 300 feet of a school move to a place at least 1000 feet from a school. They have 30 days to uproot their lives. Guess who thinks this will make children safer? Only the R.I. Brotherhood of Correction Officers, which sponsored the […]
A Providence, R.I. police officer went into a local Dunkin' Donuts Friday looking for a hot cup of coffee but claims he was giving a hot cup of attitude and social justice hashtag on the side of his cup.
Former congressman Patrick Kennedy’s memoir, out today, is a raw account of his addiction to drugs, both prescription and non-, as well as to booze, and his bipolar disorder, and the toll they took on the Rhode Island Democrat’s political and personal life. But not everyone is applauding his candor — the famously clannish Kennedy family is apparently […]
On October 8, 1871—the same day the Great Chicago Fire killed 300—a conflagration twice the size of Rhode Island swept across Wisconsin, killing 2500.
The union called the move "unacceptable and discouraging." A Rhode Island police union is outraged over what a Dunkin' Donuts employee wrote on an officer's coffee cup. According to Go Local Prov, a Providence police officer purchased a coffee Friday night from a local Dunkin' Donuts. Show More Summary
On Thursday, 8 October, the Newport Historical Society will host a talk on “James DeWolf and the Rhode Island Slave Trade” by author Cynthia Mestad Johnson. DeWolf (1764-1837) was a teen-aged sailor on privateers toward the end of the Revolutionary War. Show More Summary
Pin it Name: Dan, Jill, Grey and Taavi Ritacco and their dog Apple Location: North Kingstown, Rhode Island Size: 1,200 square feet Years lived in: almost 3 years; owned Written in chalk above the bathroom door are the words, “Artistry...Show More Summary