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By JOHN HOWELL -- Ted Kresse works for National Grid, but he decided he would call the number anyway. He knew he wasn’t calling National Grid. He had been given the number, 844-263-3289, by the Warwick Beacon. more
By JOHN HOWELL -- Seventeen years ago Dr. Michael Dacey came home to work where his father, also Michael, was the director of human relations at Kent Hospital. By late next month, he will be gone. more
This black & white beauty is named Cotton. She is a two year young domesticated short hair with adorable markings and white boots too.  She was found as a stray but unfortunately was … more
Pippy's owner could no longer care for her so, through no fault of her own, she finds herself at 8 years old in a shelter. more
From December 7 to 23 the Artists at 50 Rolfe Square will be getting Cranston into the holiday spirit with performances of A Christmas Carol as well as a Holiday Gala and Silent Auction on Saturday, Dec. 16. The production will be done at community more
By PAM SCHIFF Hosting a Funny4Funds comedy show on Saturday, Dec. 2, the Cranston High School East Music Alumni Association was able to add $6,200 to their account. We ended up selling 115 tickets to the show. The money raised will be put into the Music" more
Rhode Island's first classical ballet company, the State Ballet of Rhode Island, will stage three performances of Coppelia at the Park Theatre on Park Avenue this weekend. The shows will be at 10 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 8 and at 1:30 p.m. on more
By MERI R. KENNEDY Last Sunday, Nov. 19, a special Thanksgiving Dinner for the homeless was held at Praise Tabernacle Church at 330 Park Ave. in Cranston. Homeless guests of all ages enjoyed a full turkey dinner with all the fixings and desserts. Free more
By MERI R. KENNDY The FEZ-tival of Trees, held Nov. 25 and 26 by the RI Shriners, featured an impressive display of beautifully decorated 36 trees donated by local businesses and groups that were raffled off at the end of the event on Sunday. Growing in more
Pets meet holiday pals On Dec. 3, Pet Supplies Plus in Garden City hosted their annual pet photos with Santa, Rudolph and Frosty the Snowman. Photography was provided by Gene Hutnak, and children and their families were also welcomed in the photo. All more
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