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Congressman Jim Langevin (D-RI), a senior member of the House Committee on Homeland Security, issued the following statement after the Joint Task Force to Combat Opioid Trafficking Act, legislation he introduced with Congressman Peter King (R-NY), passed more
Broad street bagels Mayor Allan Fung welcomed Bagel Express Deli & Caf in the Village, located at 2190 Broad St., on June 19. They offer a variety of bagels and baked goods, deli sandwiches and beverages. Posing with the mayor during the ribbon cutting more
To the Editor: We have state roads such as Rte. 14 and Rte. 5 that pass through Johnston and Cranston. But, when the state fails in its responsibility to properly maintain them, in cleaning or water drainage, why shouldn't Mayor Polisena or Mayor Fung more
On Saturday, June 23, author Laura Michael returned to her home city of Cranston to hold a book signing for “Under the Light of the Moon” at Barrington Books Retold in Garden City, It is a … more
On Wednesday, June 27, Cranston Mayor Allan Fung was joined by friends and family of the late Richard “Dick” Ernst, a legendary Rhode Island coach and teacher, to unveil a new sign to honor his … more
The following Western Hills Middle School students have earned fourth quarter honors: Grade 8 High Honors Josaris Agosto, Molly Brown, Juliana Bucci, Angelica Bueno, Jacob Chin, Isabella Conti, Autumn Davis, Samantha DeRuosi, Sydney DeRuosi, Dan Do, more
Grade 8 High Honors Jeremy Cherubin, Sarah Fisher, Soliya lach, Venthai Mao, Jaeda Medina, Susanna Ovespian, Nicolas Sena, Maria Silva Honors Abdulrahman Al-Tarazi, Isabel Blanco, Alexis Cayard, Jina Chhith, Steven Cornell, Nayelis Cruz, Wuilfred more
By THOMAS GREENBERG In a ceremony last week, 12 new firefighters were brought in the Cranston fire department, while 15 current members of the department were given promotions. Richard Bedard and James Warren were promoted to the rank of Deputy Chiefs in more
On an early June 16 morning, volunteers showed up and were ready to work under the guidance of Chris Paplauskas, Councilman Ward 5 to clean up and beautify five different locations throughout the area. I wanted to start a tradition for our neighborhoods" more
By MERI R. KENNEDY On June 16, children of all ages joined in for the Summer Reading Kick-Off at the William Hall Library in the afternoon. This program is geared toward grades K-5 and families. Children were able to sign up for the summer reading more
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