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Rhode Island Resource Recovery Corporation (Resource Recovery) invites Rhode Island residents to safely dispose of their household hazardous waste on Saturday, December 16 from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. at … more
By MERI R. KENNEDY Garden City Center was crowded with shoppers during the two evenings of the Garden City Stroll. The stroll offered a jolly, festive atmosphere for all. On the Friday night, shoppers enjoyed a performance by both the Hope Highlands more
If you want to run into freezing cold water to kick off your 2018, then Goddard Park at 11 a.m. on New Year's Day is the place to be. For the seventh straight year, Mentor Rhode Island and Laid-Back Fitness will co-host the Frozen Clam Dip and more
Dr. Jason Kerzer became a primary care physician to help patients manage - and prevent when possible - chronic diseases. At a time when doctors feel squeezed on how much time they spend with a patient, he sees it as an investment in their future health. more
By THOMAS GREENBERG By the first day of 2018 the first Dairy Queen Grill and Chill in Rhode Island should be open for business near the intersection of Atwood and Phenix Avenues in Cranston. The new store will bring between 50 and 75 new jobs with it. more
By THOMAS GREENBERG Buried behind the street-lined houses on Edgewood Boulevard is a newly sold million-dollar home with its own private beach, boat shed and mooring. There aren't too many residential properties assessed for more than $1 million in more
By THOMAS GREENBERG Director of Public Works Ken Mason called this weekend's snowstorm a fairly small event" because the snow accumulation was only about 2 inches in Cranston. But city and state officials still saw the storm as a prelude to another" more
By MERI R. KENNEDY On Saturday, Dec. 9 there was a large police presence at the Walmart located at 1776 Plainfield Pike. There was no crime; however, it was the 2nd Annual Shop With A Cop presented by the Cranston YMCA, the Cranston Police Department, more
There were cookies, singing, hot cocoa and lots of happy Cranston residents enjoying the first sounds of the holiday season, all waiting for the arrival of the “big guy” himself, Santa. For … more
By MERI R. KENNEDY Hundreds of people stopped in at The Thirsty Beaver in Cranston, as well as the one in Smithfield, on Dec. 4. to donate toys during the 4th Annual Toys for Tots toy drive benefiting Toys for Tots and The Rhode Island Dream Center. Last more
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