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Gilbert Anthony Botelho, age 90, of King St., Johnston, died on August 14, 2019 at RI Hospital with his loving family by his side. He was married to his wife Anna (Troll) Botelho for 66 years. … more
There are few things in life that we can depend on more than change. Lives change as we age, as our children grow up and move on, and as elderly parents need more of our time, energy and resources. … more
It’s a typical day at The CBD Store in Warwick and owner Michael Lanoue has been greeting customers all morning. When he is not explaining the many benefits of CBD-infused products, he is brushing … more
“Reflexology is the application of appropriate pressure to specific points and areas on the feet, hands or ears.” Reflexology is generally thought to be relaxing and stress-relieving. The theory … more
CITY OF CRANSTON BOARD OF CONTRACT AND PURCHASE AGENDA There will be a meeting of the Board of Contract and Purchase on August 20, 2019 at 5:30 p.m. at Cranston City Hall in the Council … more
Following on the heels of Epic Theatre Company’s “Charlotte’s Web,” Kevin Broccoli has chosen Frances Hodgson Burnett’s classic children’s book, The Secret Garden, to end his summer … more
Gary Lynch began his acting career while a student at Cranston High School East, starring in “Oklahoma!,” which was directed by Donald Babbit. The Cranston native was also quarterback of the … more
By KELLY SULLIVAN In 1926, 52-year-old building contractor Thomas Francis Cullinan opened the doors of his new private mausoleum for business. The Roger Williams Park Mausoleum, located on Cyr Street in Cranston, was a three-story stone building designed more
When I view myself in my own mind, I am 35 years old, blonde hair, green eyes and a size 10. My skin is smooth and there is not a wrinkle on my face. Although my face is not exactly pretty, that doesn't bother me because my mom always taught me that more
As summer fades, the excitement is building for the start of a new school year. And if your family is preparing children to return to the classroom, the Warwick Mall and Cranston’s Garden City … more
By ROB DUGUAY It's always special when a musician gets to play a show in the place they grew up. Old friends have a chance to come out and attendees have a chance to see one of their own in the spotlight. On Aug. 17, Cranston native Pat Barone will bring more
“Being able to play on our home field will be good,” West senior Cam Alves said. “We haven’t been able to do that in about a decade, and the feeling is nothing but excitement. This will be really great for the whole community.” more
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