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The Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management (DEM) will hold a public hearing Aug. 30 on the proposed rules and regulations for the State's new Farmland Access Program. The voluntary, pilot program, approved by voters as part of a 2014 more
By PAM SCHIFF For the first time in Back to School RI's 18 years, Cranston was selected as a site to distribute backpacks filled with school supplies and offer information to families they might not have easy access to. Families came and waited in long more
By JEN COWART If you'd asked Sean Sova years ago if he ever thought he'd be directing a theatrical production as a high school senior, he would tell you, unequivocally, absolutely not. However, this weekend makes Sova's second directing debut for the more
By RYAN CHAMPLIN Most Rhode Islanders know the feeling of telling someone where they are from, and the common response that follows: Where in New York is that?" Roberta Mudge Humble knows how damaging it can be for the state's self-image and wants to do" more
By JEN COWART The Cranston High School West's Alumni Association has been working in conjunction with many community partners over the past nearly two years to undertake a huge auditorium restoration project. Now, as the curtains are ready to open on a more
By JACOB MARROCCO The Cranston City Council public works committee unanimously passed a resolution Thursday night imploring the administration to conduct a traffic study at the Sockanosset Corridor. Director of Administration Robin Muksian called the more
By JACOB MARROCCO These days, one Tweet can tell a story. Former Cranston Ward 2 City Councilman Don Botts has been very active on the social media site recently, criticizing President Donald Trump's response to the protests and terrorism attack in more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Rhode Island residents from all over the state converged Tuesday on the Public Utilities Commission (PUC) office in Warwick to participate in the public comment portion of a hearing to decide whether or not to accept the 53 percent rate more
By JACOB MARROCCO \The Cranston City Council ordinance committee passed a narrowly tailored piece of legislation that would allow those without a driveway to purchase an overnight parking permit, pending a review from the administration. Current city more
By RYAN CHAMPLIN -- Six months ago, when the Warwick Public Library's Assistant Director Jana Stevenson and staff were ordering special glasses for the eclipse, they thought 200 pairs would be enough... more
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