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By JACOB MARROCCO Winning takes many forms for Johnston's Ashley Cabrita. In February, she was crowned Ms. Wheelchair Rhode Island during a ceremony at Rhodes on the Pawtuxet in Cranston. She said since that moment, her reign has been nothing but" more
Beltone New England will celebrate the Fourth of July by giving away a pair of hearing aids to one lucky winner to make their holiday special. The contest has begun and will end on July 12. The public is invited to submit an online nomination of 200 more
The two occupants of the home “were familiar with the victim who was shot” and are “cooperating with detectives,” according to Maj. Todd Patalano. more
For the love of animals 1 FALLING IN LOVE: Kristen Diraimo fell in love with Kingston, a 5-year-old Terrier mix who was up for adoption during the event. 2 Sonya's Clothing at 766 Oaklawn Ave. hosted its Come Meet The Love Of Your Life" pet adoption" more
`Flip Flop' celebration Tropical Smoothie Cafe in Garden City Center celebrated National Flip Flop Day on June 14, providing free 16-ounce Sunshine Smoothies to anyone who arrived wearing flip flops. The promotion - which featured fruit mascots - was more
By PAM SCHIFF The 29 people retiring from Cranston Public Schools this year - including central administrators, principals, classroom teachers, teacher assistants, bus drivers, bus aides and custodians - are leaving with a combined service time of nearly more
Pickar graduates from dental school Daniel Pickar graduated cum laude from Tufts University School of Dental Medicine on May 19 and was inducted into the Omicron Kappa Upsilon National Dental Honor Society. He is the son of Nancy and Myles Pickar of more
Cranston Enrichment Center 1070 Cranston Street 780-6000 Diabetes Support Group: Summertime Issues Wednesday, July 3 at 10 a.m. Facilitator: Mario Casinelli, RSVP pharmacist Learn how to recognize the signs and symptoms of dehydration and heat stroke and more
On June 17, the Cranston Public Library’s Central Library hosted a “First Amendment and the Free Press” event sponsored by the New England First Amendment Coalition. Panelists for the event … more
By PAM SCHIFF The love of food crosses all boundaries. Every country and culture brings its own unique cuisine to the world's table. To celebrate that diversity, the parishioners of St. Paul Church in Cranston held their first multicultural dining event more
By MERI R. KENNEDY Food was at the center of the festivities at the Taste of Rhode Island" event was held June 5 at the Crowne Plaza Hotel's Garden Pavilion in Warwick. The night showcased 50 vendors featuring some of the best of Rhode Island's culinary" more
Time for a taste Jenny Sivo picks up dinner from Jeff Stafford of Jeff's Woodfire Pizza during the annual Food Truck Night held at Park View Middle School on May 23. (Herald photos by Steve Popiel) 2 HOT DIGGITY DOGS: Enjoying their dogs" from Poppy's" more
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