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Last weekend’s attacks on two major oil facilities in Saudi Arabia have taken 6 percent of global oil supply off the market, and the result could be higher prices for consumers at the gas pumps, at … more
Together again Thirty-two members of Cranston High School's class of 1954 gathered at Cucina Rustica for their 65th reunion on Sunday, Sept. 16. Those in attendance had a chance to catch up and remember classmates who have passed away. Ann Volatile, more
By PETE FONTAINE For many children, fire trucks are an ageless attraction. On Sunday, Sept. 22, fire vehicles of all sizes and shapes will be on display at New England Tech's East Greenwich campus as part of the Rhode Island Antique Fire Apparatus more
Fall fun Over the weekend, Confreda Greenhouses & Farms celebrated the opening of its 26th Fall Fest. Visitors to the festival, which is open through the end of October, can enjoy picking their own pumpkins and sunflowers and a variety of attractions, more
By PAM SCHIFF More than ever, women are taking on powerful roles in government, business and other areas of life. Cranston High School East senior Destiny Thorpe is well on her way to joining their ranks. Thorpe was one of two participants in June's more
“The success of any parish function is not adequately measured by the financial result … it is about the parish family working together for their love of God and their church,” the Rev. Edward … more
All that jazz Garden City Centers' free Friday night jazz concerts continued Sept. 13 with a performance by Project Flynn. The series continues with the Cranston Jazz Quartet on Sept. 20 and the Classic Five Quintet on Sept. 27. All concerts take place more
The Providence Committee on Foreign Relations is pleased to announce that Barbara Ann Fenton has been named its chairwoman, succeeding Hannah Hazelton, who has successfully led the organization for the past couple of years. Fenton has studied at the more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE A local club has reached a settlement with state and federal authorities in connection with allegations of discrimination against people of Cambodian heritage. The office of U.S. Attorney Aaron L. Weisman announced the resolution with more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE Green Development, the company behind a range of wind and solar energy projects across the state - including the wind turbines near the Central Landfill in Johnston - is moving its headquarters to Chapel View. According to a Tuesday more
Summer soars by A cloud resembling an eagle floats over the Gazebo in Knightsville. (Courtesy of Chris Paplauskas) more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE Debate over the future of Cranston's rules governing large-scale solar power installations heated up at City Hall last week - and Oct. 17 is now shaping up to be a pivotal date as the process moves forward. That evening, the City more
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