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Collecting winter wear With the help from customers during the month of December, LL Bean in Garden City collected over 300 gently used coats, gloves and hats to those in need in our community. Coat Drives are so important to the families we support" more
ASSAULT On January 7 at 10:10 a.m. officers arrested Aileen Santana, 29, of 32 Carr Street in Providence for domestic simple assault, domestic vandalism and domestic disorderly conduct. The arrest was a result of the subject turning herself in on a more
City Planner Jason Pezzullo says it’s time for Cranston to “tap the brakes” on the proliferation of renewal energy projects, but the City Council’s proposed moratorium doesn’t come in time … more
By IAN WEINER On Jan. 7, District 19 Rep. Joseph McNamara (Warwick, Cranston) introduced legislation Monday that would drastically change Rhode Island's education standards by introducing statewide academic curriculum that align with the Common Core... more
By PAM SCHIFF In an unexpected and surprising change of events, the Cranston School Committee has decided to change their leadership. At the inauguration ceremony on Monday, the Cranston School Committee voted to appoint Daniel Wall, Ward 6, as the more
By PAM SCHIFF On Monday, January 7 at the Michael Traficante Enrichment Center, City Council, School Committee, Municipal Judges and other appointed officials all took their oath of office to serve Cranston. Director of the Center Jeffrey Barone acted as more
Female veterans who served in the military during conflict are welcome to submit an application to the RI Fire Chiefs Honor Flight Hub to become eligible to go on their Honor Flight, code named Honor … more
By IAN WEINER On Friday, Feb. 1, the Natasha Love Foundation will honor eight Rhode Islanders for their dedication to promoting peace and non-violence through the various forms of art at their annual Inspiration of Love Youth Artist and Leadership more
By JOHN HOWELL Joseph DelPonte joined the Boys Scouts when he was 13. He loved being a scout and, after he aged out, he kept involved. But the weekly demands became too much. He wondered if there might be an event he could run once a year. So, he became more
By IAN WEINER With the Democratic Party resuming control of the House of Representatives, Congressman Jim Langevin's opportunity to preside over the House as Speaker pro-tempore on the first day of the 116th congress was filled with debate over ending more
Toy Poodle mix Joey is looking for a new home. more
A recent seasonal fundraiser, “A Night of Miracles” at Miracle Bar at Twin River Casino Hotel led to a big announcement for Cranston High School West’s Alumni Association. The CHSWAA … more
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