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Pets meet holiday pals On Dec. 3, Pet Supplies Plus in Garden City hosted their annual pet photos with Santa, Rudolph and Frosty the Snowman. Photography was provided by Gene Hutnak, and children and their families were also welcomed in the photo. All more
By TOM GREENBERG Former Cranston Police Chief Marco Palombo Jr., age 53, has been charged with two misdemeanors: domestic assault/battery and domestic disorderly conduct. Palombo was arraigned by the justice of the peace, Police Chief Michael Winquist more
By MERI R. KENNEDY The Association of Rhode Island Authors (ARIA) 5th annual Rhode Island Author Expo was held last weekend at Rhode-on-the-Pawtuxet in Cranston. This year, the expo featured a record 135 published Rhode Island authors, headlined by Jon more
By JEN COWART In a school that is filled with tradition, Reverse College Day at Cranston High School East is one that has been taking place for more than 20 years. It is a day when the newly-minted college freshman who seemingly just crossed the stage at more
By THOMAS GREENBERG Six hundred handmade gingerbread houses and a special visit from Santa led to a jam-packed Artists Exchange on Saturday, Dec. 2. The two attractions went hand-in-hand, as Santa became the judge for best gingerbread house before he more
Colonel Michael Winquist, Chief of the Cranston Police Department, announces the arrest of Luis Anthony Silva, age 37, of 97 Caporal Street (first floor), Cranston, RI, and Brenda J. Silva, age 57, of the same address, after police were summoned to more
DUTY TO STOP Christopher Castro, 33, of 109 Union Avenue in Providence, was arrested on Dec. 3 at approximately 10:00 p.m. by Officer Leonard for duty to stop-damage to attended vehicle as the result of an accident investigation on Garfield Avenue in more
By THOMAS GREENBERG Richard Therrien is spending this holiday season dressed as Santa and making appearances at the Artists' Exchange in Cranston, the Trudeau Center in Warwick, and private homes. He's spent the past year dealing with a cancer diagnosis more
By JEN COWART Warwick authors Laurie Hazard, ED.D and Stephanie Carter, M.A., have seen and heard a lot in their years working with students at the college level. They've most recently put their heads together on their latest project, a book for parents more
It won't be long now With a few minor electrical and fire alarm adjustments, the East Greenwich Animal Protection League's new home at 44 Worthington Road in Cranston is ready to start operations. EGAPL has been without a place of their own for years, more
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