Deb Weinreich


The Bristol 4th Of July Parade Is One Day That Takes Nearly 365 To Make Happen.

"We’re here to honor the military and the veterans. That’s what this is all about.”
Bristol 4th concert

Bristol Welcomes The Full 4th Of July Concert Series Back After 3 Years

Spectators can pack a picnic dinner, enjoy an assortment of food vendors, listen to the music and watch the sun set on Bristol harbor - for 14 straight nights.

Bishop Hendricken’s Brendan McCaffrey Creates Comfort for Those in Need

When Brendan McCaffrey was born prematurely and in the intensive care unit for an extended stay while his lungs developed, he received a soft, handmade blanket to keep him warm and feeling secure. Now, the Bishop Hendricken 5”11, 170 senior left handed pitcher/outfielder is making homemade blankets for others in need. A high honors and straight...
Hudson Dunn

PCD’s Hudson Dunn Squashes The Competition On The Tennis Court

48 hours or so after he hit a tennis ball for the very first time, Dunn became PCD’s No. 1 singles player.
Eze Wali

Eze Wali Trusted In Hard Work Enough To Become One Of RI Hoops’ Best

He trusted the process and has become one of the top players in the state. With one more year remaining at Hendricken Wali has set his sights on playing at college basketball’s highest level.
Rick Angeli

Coach Rick Angeli Builds A Hockey Culture And Championship Team At SK

"I have had some great mentors. I knew if I could take my experience, implement a system, add structure - this team could be successful.” The Rebels first year head coach was right.
Olivia Priest

Fresh Off An Injury, Olivia Priest Found The Grit To Repeat As State Gymnastics Champ

“It felt amazing,” said Priest. “I didn’t even know if I was going to be able to compete this year, so being able to win again is an amazing feeling.”

Catching Up With The Gaffneys, A Rhode Island Hockey Dynasty

Mike Gaffney spent four decades behind the bench in Rhode Island rinks. He coached at four different schools in Rhode Island.
Xavier Truss

Xavier Truss Finds It’s All About Patience (And Sausage And Peppers)

The road from 2,000 seat Dennis P. Hayden field to 93,000 seat Sanford Stadium has not been easy. Truss’ permanent grin doesn’t reveal the challenges has faced since arriving at college’s football’s biggest stage.

La Salle’s Ali Medeiros Is Breaking Barriers Doing What She Loves

Medeiros made history. She became La Salle's first-ever female to win a varsity wrestling match. She did it on the biggest stage of the season.