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This holiday season, don't let criminals steal your money or your identity when you're online. The Rhode Island Division of Taxation, the Internal Revenue Service and other partners in the Security Summit have offered three ways to protect yourself from more
This Saturday from 9 a.m. to 12 noon, the Rhode Island Community Food Bank will open its doors for the annual Holiday Food Drive & Open House. Guests will be invited to take tours and enjoy holiday music and cheer at the Food Bank located at 200 Niantic more
By ALEX SPONSELLER CLCF football had a historic fall season, with multiple clubs wrapping up Super Bowl titles. Although the season wrapped up a few weeks back, the Chieftains continue to impress as three players were named members of the American Youth more
City’s Christmas Tree Lighting rescheduled: In the wake of this week’s winter storm, Mayor Allan Fung has announced that the city’s annual Christmas Tree Lighting will be held on Tuesday, Dec. 10, at City Hall, 869 Park Ave. more
Mayor Allan Fung recently held a special ribbon-cutting ceremony at Massage Envy in Chapel View to celebrate the new expansion of the business. Michael D’Amara owns four Massage Envy locations … more
By JACOB MARROCCO Students at Edgewood Highland School in Cranston got a welcome break in the action on Nov. 26, as the Mobile Maker Lab paid a visit to bring some pre-Thanksgiving fun with 3-D printing and embroidery. Fifth-grade teacher Lori Califano more
By PETE FONTAINE Adam DeCiccio, a veteran of the Iraq and Afghanistan wars who is regional manager of Veterans Inc., had difficulty holding back the tears of joy during an unusual distribution of 200 turkeys and $2,500 in Stop & Shop and Walmart gift more
On Saturday, Nov. 30, hundreds of children of all ages were on hand at Cranston’s Garden City Center to greet Santa Claus, his wife Mrs. Claus and their elves. Families were able to visit Santa … more
On Sunday, Ward 3 City Councilman John Donegan and the Cranston Historical Society hosted the inaugural Ward 3 tree lighting ceremony during Sprague Mansion’s Holiday Open House. Grace Swinski of … more
As snow fell on Sunday evening, hundreds of members of the community gathered for the fifth annual Christmas tree lighting ceremony in Knightsville. The event, organized by Ward 5 City Councilman … more
By MERI R. KENNEDY On Monday, the Eric Medeiros Memorial Foundation held its first Toys for Tots Toy Drive. The evening's snowfall did not stop members of the community from attending and gathering more than 1,000 toys for local children. Held at the St. more
Join the Ocean State Pops Orchestra on Tuesday, Dec. 10, for “A Light Shines in the Darkness: The Concert for Hope,” a musical celebration of the holiday season to benefit the Hope Alzheimer’s … more
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