News

Cranston native, teacher bikes for autism awareness

By PAM SCHIFF Giving back to the community in which he teaches is a big deal for Drew Hochman. A Cranston native who attended Barrows Elementary School and Park View Middle School before graduating from Cranston High School East in 2004, he now teaches
Sports

FEMALE ATHLETE OF THE YEAR, GIRLS’ TRACK ATHLETE OF THE YEAR

Jennifer Iozzi flat out dominated the shot put event in indoor and outdoor track in 2015-16, claiming state titles in both to close out her Cranston West career. West girls' track coach Keith Croft only had the pleasure of coaching Iozzi for one season,
Police Logs

Police Log

City to `Pok mon Go' players: Be safe, respectful By now, it has likely become a familiar sight to many - people wandering outdoors, their eyes trained on their smartphones, seemingly in search of something unseen. The release of
Entertainment

United Fly Tyers open to new members

If you are interested in fly fishing and want to learn how to tie your own flys or improve you skills in this area, The United Fly Tyers of Rhode Island may be the club for you. Meetings are more …
Opinion

Bad for business?

Rhode Island has found itself back in the headlines, but not for a reason anyone who cares about the Ocean State would hope. CNBC last week released its list of 2016’s “Top States for …
LAST WEEK'S EDITION

‘Like one big family’

Familiar summer sights – the lights, the Italian and American flags, the banners – now adorn Cranston Street, Phenix Avenue, and Itri Square. They mark the impending arrival of St. Mary’s …