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On Wednesday Governor Gina Raimondo joined Rubius Therapeutics CEO Pablo J. Cagnoni, M.D., and state and local officials to break ground on a new pharmaceutical manufacturing facility in Smithfield. Once completed, the 135,000-square-foot facility will more
By PETE FONTAINE Perhaps Anthony Joseph Solomon, who was Rhode Island's State Treasurer in the 1980s, best described the 5th Annual St. George Maronite Church's Annual Taste of Lebanese Food held last weekend in Cranston. We're getting bigger and bigger" more
By PETE FONTAINE There are all kinds of employees. Some who just do the job, others who are dedicated, and then there are those who go above and beyond the call of duty. To say that Steve Quirini falls into the latter category would be an understatement. more
By KELLSIE KING This past weekend, a Cranston shop owner and other businesses from Pawtuxet Village hosted a fundraiser for the family of Sean Seigel, a 7-month old infant from West Kingston who has acute myeloid leukemia. The event on Saturday raised more
By JEN COWART The steering committee for the upcoming NEASC Accreditation visit at Cranston High School West met recently to discuss final details and preparations for the four-day visit. As the steering committee met, individual teams of faculty and more
On 9/17/18 at approx. 1518 hrs., Officer arrested Salvador Rodrigues, 21, of 70 Tremont St. Apt. 1, Central Falls, RI for Giving False Documents to Public Officials. The arrest was the result of a motor vehicle stop in the area of 360 Webster more
By JEN COWART The PS3 Ronald A. Gill Jr. Memorial Scholarship Foundation (rongilljr.org) is preparing for their next big fundraiser, the second-annual bowlathon to take place this Saturday, Sept. 22 at Lang's Bowlarama in Cranston. The foundation has more
By JEN COWART This is the second in a year-long series of articles about the Project SEARCH collaboration between Blue Cross and Blue Shield of RI and the Cranston Public Schools. On Thursday mornings, the conference room-style classroom inside the Blue more
By THOMAS GREENBERG Around 8:45 last Wednesday night, Mayor Allan Fung's gubernatorial campaign press secretary, Andrew Augustus, made a beeline through the Imperial room at Rhodes repeating the same phrase over and over: Morgan conceded." He was" more
By THOMAS GREENBERG When Democratic candidate Lammis Vargas garnered 1,472 votes - roughly 70 percent according to the currently unofficial results from the board of elections - in last week's primary with Jeff Gale, she punched her ticket to a general more
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