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Rhode Island Medical Imaging (RIMI) radiologists, technologists and staff donated nearly 400 Christmas gifts to 170 children who are part of St. Mary’s Home for Children. Children ages 8 to 18 … more
Grade 6 High Honors  Benjamin Ahlquist, Chad Antonelli, Jenna Ayoub, Stalia Biosse, Olivia Borders-Oliver, Lucia Ciccone, Devon Fraenza, Mia Johnson, Hayden Karas, Grace Kogut, Zachary Leone, … more
Nothing can be more heartbreaking than not being able to give a child the Christmas they dream of. Luckily, for families across Rhode Island, Santa got some extra help from a very special group of … more
Treasurer Magaziner has released a white paper that calls for an increase in the level of high-quality personal finance instruction in Rhode Island public schools.   “As soon as young adults … more
The City Council will hold a special meeting Monday, January 7 at the Michael Traficante Senior Enrichment Center on Cranston Street starting at 7 p.m. where 16 people will take the oath of office to … more
On Wednesday December 19, Ward 1 Councilwoman elect, Lammis Vargas along with Taryn Gilchrist dropped off over 100 new, unwrapped toys to CCAP that were collected from ten different drop-off sites … more
DISORDERLYOn December 28 at 11:24 p.m., officers arrested Michael Botelho, 29, of 101 Holland Avenue in East Providence for disorderly conduct and vandalism/malicious injury to property. His arrest … more
The Cranston Veterans’ Memorial Fund is a rotating loan-fund supported and operated by the citizens of Cranston with the cooperation of the Cranston School Department. The fund is administered … more
The forecast was for gale force winds and that had some of the Frozen Few thinking twice about frostbite sailing on New Year’s Day. But killing a tradition is not in character for members of the … more
For the past 47 years, the women of Rhode Island Hadassah (The Women’s Zionist Organization of America, Inc.) have set up shop in the Warwick Mall and wrapped gifts for thankful and (sometimes) … more
By IAN WEINER Rhode Island has seen a milder flu season so far this year than in 2017-2018, as there have been significantly less deaths and hospital visits associated with the virus. “I … more
Rhode Islanders for Reform plan to continue their fight to change House rules even though their demonstration at the State House on Tuesday did nothing to alter the re-election of Nicholas Mattiello … more
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