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Texas Roadhouse invites veterans and active members of U.S. military across the country to enjoy free lunch on Sunday, November 11. For the eighth year, every Texas Roadhouse location across the country including those in East Greenwich and Cranston will more
By PAM SCHIFF At its 39th installation ceremony, the Cranston Hall of Fame increased its ranks to 197 inductees. These men and women all contributed to their communities and professions, leaving an indelible mark. While their careers and lives have taken more
By JEN COWART On November 4, members of the Cranston Interfaith Clergy Association gathered with several local parishioners as Michelle McKenzie, Diego Arene-Morley and Lisa Castore presented an information session about opioid addiction, overdose and more
By JOHN HOWELL The truck is parked outside J. Palmieri's Pizzeria & Pub on Plainfield Pike. The engine is running but no one is inside. Not for long. Mark DePasquale is on the move. He's grabbed some lunch to go and now he's got 45 minutes before a more
For more than 40 years, Cranston firemen from Local 1363, has offered a safe alternative for Trick or Treaters on Halloween Night at Headquarters, Station 2, on Pontiac Ave. They served pizza donated by Papa Gino's, Kool-Aid prepared by the firemen and more
For the past seven weeks, starting on Sept. 14, children aged to four-years old participated in a Zumbini class. Zumbini is Zumba for children. The dozen attendees learned about movement, balance, rhythm and coordination. Shana Groeneveld, the instructor more
By JEN COWART For the sixth consecutive year, schools all over the city have participated in Cranston Goes Orange for No Kid Hungry, part of a national movement to end childhood hunger. The drive was started in Cranston in 2012 by Caroline, Elizabeth, more
A DUNKIN HALLOWEEN If you went to Dunkin Donuts in Garden City on Halloween, you were greeted by a very enthusiastic staff. Pictured is George Zwiener (General Manager) as a Thunder Buddy, Mike Mazariegos as Winnie the Pooh, The Chipmunks' Alvin played more
Oct. 19, the Cranston YMCA held a night of fun that included their annual swim with the pumpkins and an outdoor Trunk or Treat, which was new this year. Approximately 200 people of all ages participated in one or both activities. The event was free and more
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