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Collector hopes his machines will transport you back in time

PROVIDENCE, R.I. (WPRI) — New technology usually pushes something else out of the way, but one local engineer is trying to preserve the future of an activity that might bring you back in time. 265 more words


Local book store owner displays $300,000 one-of-a-kind Superman comic book cover

HOUSTON – DC and Marvel have become the blueprint for comic book superhero creators worldwide. In the Texas region, one bookstore has continued to reign supreme for almost 30 years in the comic book industry. 174 more words


Foes from opposite sides of murder peacefully settle their differences

PROVIDENCE, R.I. (WPRI) — A chance meeting in a Providence post-high school education program that’s geared toward getting dropouts back on track put two potential enemies face to face. 505 more words


Teacher hopes his shots will be seen 'round the world

PAWTUCKET, R.I. (WPRI) — If you’re ever challenged by Peter Mollo to a game of horse – you’d be wise not to accept.

Mollo, a physical education teacher at Shea High School, can not only make some outlandish shots, but he makes it look all too easy. 119 more words


Street Stories: Southwestern Trailriders Association trot in high style to Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo

HOUSTON– The Southwestern Trailriders Association kicked off rodeo season with its 37th annual trail ride to the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo. During the week long ride, which kicked off Saturday, cowboys and cowgirls will trot in high style 22 miles a day, averaging 100 miles for the entire ride. 135 more words

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Tagbilaran's hiding voices

If you are in Tagbilaran City, having a date with your love ones, family or friends, Plaza Rizal Park is the most convenient venue for you. 395 more words


RI clemency recipient speaks out for first time about his past and future

PROVIDENCE, R.I. (WPRI) — John Barnes never gave up on his claim that a 20-year federal prison sentence he received 10 years ago was unfair, but it took several letters “from the heart” to gain his freedom as one of 72 inmates who… 670 more words