TJ Maxx celebrates opening of new location in Chapel View

Sue Rotella was looking forward to doing some shopping as she stood in line to check out the new T.J. Maxx in Chapel View on Sept. 8. “I love T.J. Maxx,” she said. “They have the best …

East breaks out of offensive slump against Paul Cuffee

The Cranston East boys' soccer team didn't have a goal in 160 minutes of Division III action leading up to Monday's matchup with Paul Cuffee. Then, it scored 10. The 'Bolts (1-1-1) ran past the overmatched
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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

Takeaways from the Newport International Boat Show

The Newport International Boat Show, held this weekend, was a great success. I attended Sunday under threatening skies and the in-the-water show docks were crowded with attendees. More than 600 exhibitors were at the show with an assortment of boats and

A tough, but right, decision

While there has been much debate over how best to approach the problem, Rhode Islanders universally acknowledge the dismal condition of many of our bridges and the need for action to ensure their continued safety and viability. Gov. Gina Raimondo has put

Food lovers invited for a Taste of Pawtuxet

Prepare your taste buds. The fifth annual Taste of Pawtuxet Village is happening next week, and plenty of area businesses will be there to participate in what is being billed as a “food …

Frias hopes to be `voice for reform' in District 15 bid

Steven Frias, a candidate for the Republican nomination for the District 15 seat in the state House of Representatives, says his campaign is about taking on a culture of constant scandal" and "economic stagnation" and offering voters"