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Semi truck catches fire
COVENTRY — Firefighters from Coventry, West Warwick and Warwick doused the cab...
CPD Det. helps out on ICAC...
COVENTRY— The Rhode Island State Police Computer Crimes Unit and Internet...
Hartford gaining familiarity...
COVENTRY — The newly-appointed receiver for the Central Coventry Fire District...
Valley Vet Honored
COVENTRY — World War II veteran Anthony D’Abrosca received a long overdue honor...
Veterans’ event shows love to...
COVENTRY— Under a shaded tent alongside the Station Street portion of the...

Kent County Daily Times

COVENTRY — The Rhode Island Marine Corp League recently elected its first woman as Commandant. Coventry resident Jane...
COVENTRY— Students from Coventry High School in advanced placement (AP) courses did extremely well this past school...
WEST WARWICK— A new policy change for unemployed claimants receiving benefits through The Rhode Island Department of...

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The Narragansett Times

NARRAGANSETT – The Narragansett School Committee convened for the regular bi-monthly meeting on Wednesday evening to...

The Pendulum

EAST GREENWICH — A public hearing was held during the East Greenwich Planning Board’s meeting last Wednesday evening to...

The Standard-Times

NORTH KINGSTOWN—Wilson’s of Wickford has long been a destination for many residents looking to buy the newest piece of...

The Coventry Courier

COVENTRY — Firefighters from Coventry, West Warwick and Warwick doused the cab of a 54-foot tractor trailer truck with...

The Chariho Times

CHARLESTOWN — After several false starts, Churchwoods, a 24-unit senior affordable housing development, has been...

Latest Sports Headlines

SOUTH KINGSTOWN- On a beautiful summer day under the bright sun at Old Mountain Field, young girls...
CUMBERLAND—It was a long, frustrating road trip for South Kingstown Post 39’s Junior Legion team as...
NARRAGANSETT—With International soccer and the World Cup coming to a close earlier in the month,...

Ella Prescott having great success with SK Little League

June 27, 2014

SOUTH KINGSTOWN - Ask any South Kingstown baseball player under the age of 13 to name their favorite baseball player, and you’ll likely get answers such as “David Ortiz,” “Dustin Pedroia,” and, should they venture outside the hallowed city limits of Boston and the friendly confines of Fenway, “Derek Jeter.” Each of those names, however, will not be the answer given by South Kingstown Little League’s only girl player in the Majors division. Her answer would seem out of time.
Ask Ella Denny Prescott what her first love is, and she’ll point to her family. Ask her again, only this time ask her to specify a sport, and she’ll say she has a tough time deciding between basketball and baseball. Little wonder. She excels at both. Having just wrapped up the traveling basketball season, her full attention has now turned to baseball. And with good results.