News

Thousands of Rhode Islanders expected to rally for human rights the day after Inauguration

By MERI R. KENNEDY On Saturday, Jan. 21, from 1 to 3 p.m., on the State House Lawn, Rhode Islanders will join a worldwide movement built around the Women's March on Washington, D.C. The RI Women's Solidarity Rally in Providence is one of 300 rallies
Sports

'Bolts halt Tolman's upset bid for berth in semis

The Cranston East girls' volleyball team has rarely found its back against the wall this season, compiling an undefeated record to this point, but Tolman gave the 'Bolts all they could handle. The Tigers stole
Police Logs

Police Log

DOMESTIC ASSAULT On January 17 at about 12:44 a.m., Officers Maione and Trinh arrested Christopher Hazard, 33, of 25 Maplewood Avenue in Cranston, for domestic disorderly conduct and domestic simple assault as a result of a call for service at 25 Maple

Cranston woman pleads guilty to preparing false tax returns

Cranston woman pleads guilty to preparing false tax returns A Cranston woman has pleaded guilty to preparing false income tax returns for clients and receiving a portion of hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of fraudulently
Entertainment

Trinity Rep presents Olivier award-winning play ‘The Mountaintop’

Katori Hall’s Olivier Award-winning play “The Mountaintop” kicks off 2017 at Trinity Repertory Company and continues the 53rd season, Ghosts of the Past, Dreams of the Future. Directed by Kent …
Opinion

The pulse of new RI jobs

Every little bit helps, and when it comes to millions of dollars, that can be the difference between pulling up stakes and leaving Rhode Island or keeping a company here and growing jobs. Legislation first introduced by Warwick Rep. K. Joseph Shekarchi
Lifestyles

A passion for rescue

Tillie the pit bull spent most of her life in chains so heavy her legs broke repeatedly, leaving them bowed outward. She had litter after litter of puppies that were trained to fight in a multi-state …
LAST WEEK'S EDITION

'In a league all his own'

When I first saw Officer Gregg Bruno's partner, Bosco, he looked more like a pet than a police K9. After all, my idea of a police dog was a German Shepherd - not, like Bosco, a floppy-eared Yellow Labrador. Bosco, who retired in July