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NK's Green Development moving HQ to Chapel View

By DANIEL KITTREDGE Green Development, the company behind a range of wind and solar energy projects across the state - including the wind turbines near the Central Landfill in Johnston - is moving its headquarters to Chapel View. According to a Tuesday

Solar debate back in spotlight

By DANIEL KITTREDGE Debate over the future of Cranston's rules governing large-scale solar power installations heated up at City Hall last week - and Oct. 17 is now shaping up to be a pivotal date as the process moves forward. That evening, the City

Haroian chosen to fill Ward 2 seat on School Committee

By PAM SCHIFF Kristen Haroian has been appointed to fill the Ward 2 seat on the city's School Committee. The committee on Monday voted 3-2 to select her from a field of five candidates for the post, which was vacated by Stephanie Culhane's resignation in

Community celebrates Young’s run on ‘Worst Cooks in America’

On Sunday, Sept. 15, 120 parishioners, friends and supporters gathered inside Canning Hall at St. Paul’s Church in Edgewood to watch the final four contestants on the Food Network’s “Worst …

Off the wall

By DANIEL KITTREDGE Bob Ratigan, a professional artist and muralist, has completed a broad range of projects during his career. His latest endeavor, at the EGAPL Heart of RI Animal Rescue League's building at 44 Worthington Road in Cranston, may be the

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West drops opener

By ALEX SPONSELLER The Bishop Hendricken football team kicked off its state title defense but topping the Cranston West Falcons 27-7 last week in the teams' season opener at Cranston Stadium. Leading just 14-7 heading into the fourth quarter, the Hawks

College Notes: Lisi, Souza breaking out

By BRENDEN SOARES Six matches into her collegiate tennis career, Cranston native Jenna Lisi is making her mark on the court with a Rhode Island College team that has dominated the Division III scene in New England in recent years. Having only recently

East rolls past Central, 9-1

By RYAN D. MURRAY The Cranston East Lady Bolts pummeled the Central Knights 9-1 on Monday afternoon at Cranston Stadium during a Division III girls soccer showdown. East was led by its senior midfielders in Hope Halvarson, who tallied two goals and two

Bolts run to win

By RYAN D. MURRAY The Cranston East Lady Thunderbolts drew first place in the Suburban Division cross country opener 5K race at Roger Williams Park on Monday afternoon. Classical earned second-place, while Cranston West placed third. The girls got"

Falcons edge Oakers, 14-7

By RYAN D. MURRAY The Cranston West Falcons outdueled the Coventry Oakers 14-7 during Friday night's Injury Fund football game at Cranston Stadium. The Falcons first touchdown came in the first quarter when Cam Alves, a senior quarterback, ran a keeper

Lisi named LEC Rookie of Week

FROM STAFF REPORTS Rhode Island College freshman Jenna Lisi (Cranston) was named the Little East Women's Tennis Rookie of the Week for her performance in a 3-0 week for the Anchorwomen. Lisi helped the Anchorwomen to a pair of, 9-0, wins over Wentworth

Angilly, Arnold to attend RI Hockey HOF induction

FROM STAFF REPORTS The RI Hockey Hall of Fame has announced that Dale Arnold will again serve as master of ceremonies and Warwick native Todd Angilly will sing the national anthem to open the Hall of Fame's annual induction ceremonies on Sept 6th at the
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Honoring service that can never take flight

“Have you met Victor? You’ll have to meet him,” WPRI-TV reporter Kim Kalunian asked Saturday morning. It was early, 5:17 to be exact. She filled me in quickly. Victor Colella, 96, recently …

The bad wolf

Honoring service remains vital

Time to rethink 9/11

Learning from 9/11's tragedy

Lifestyles

Big Bad Voodoo Daddy bringing swinging sounds to Park Theatre

Looking back, the '90s was a bit of a strange decade for music. Various styles had their moment in the sun, from grunge and alternative rock to gangsta rap and nu metal.

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Some comic books expected to top $7,000 at Bruneau auction

Ariel Rose Bodman reinvigorating Aldrich Mansion with music

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Macari's meteorological journey leads him home to RI

By JACOB MARROCCO Ever since he was writing weather journals in third grade, it's been Johnston native Anthony Macari's dream to secure a meteorology job in his home state. The long and winding road has taken Macari, 25, from Lyndon State College in

Aerial mosquito spraying done as state urges continued caution

Chafee discusses 2020 Libertarian presidential bid

The apple of Johnston's eye

9/11 memories still fresh 18 years later

Police / crime

Police Log - 09/19/19

CHILD MOLESTATION On Sept. 9 at 7:24 a.m., police arrested Jean Leger, 64, 219 Pontiac Ave., Cranston, on charges of second-degree child molestation and second-degree sexual assault. CHILD NEGLECT On Sept. 8 at 3:13 p.m., police arrested Heather Neal,

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