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Peter Charles Moran, 57, of Cranston, died on Saturday, December 7, 2019 at Rhode Island Hospital. Born in Providence, he was a son of the late Terrence and Bertha (Ruffel) Moran. Peter was a … more
By DON FOWLER The Berklee Silent Film Orchestra will perform its powerhouse score of Lon Chaney's "e;Phantom of the Opera,"e; under the direction of Professor Sheldon Morowitz, at the Avon Theatre in Providence tonight, December 12, at 7:30 p.m. Morowitz, of more
If you're playing a bar or a restaurant with an acoustic guitar, the usual approach to give people a good time is to crank out the hits. more
By RYAN D. MURRAY The Cranston East Thunderbolts boys basketball team is preparing for the 2019-20 winter season. The Bolts first battle will come against the Falcons on Friday, Dec. 13th during an injury fund contest at Cranston High School West. more
FROM STAFF REPORTS Ray DeAngelis capped off his decades of service to the Rhode Island high school volleyball community recently, refereeing his final match at the R.I. Interscholastic League Girls Volleyball Championships at Rhode Island College. more
FROM STAFF REPORTS The Rhode Island Softball Hall of Fame recently inducted its 2019 class, and a handful of local players made the cut. Here is a look at some of the local honorees, with excerpts from the evenings program. John Cardullo To say John was more
Village Menorah to be lit in Pawtuxet: The Friends of Pawtuxet Village will host the annual lighting of the Village Memorah on Saturday, Dec. 28, at the Pawtuxet Park Gazebo. more
By MICHAEL ALBANESE Amazon is ready to take over the world. In Amazon's annual filing at the beginning of the year, they listed "e;transportation and logistics services"e; companies in their competitors for the first time. This means that Amazon is expected more
Applications for the third year of the Prepare Rhode Island (PrepareRI) Internship Program are now available and will be accepted through December 31. Launched in the summer of 2018, the PrepareRI … more
On Thursday, Nov. 14, leadership and staff from ProMail and Cranston Mayor Allan Fung officially celebrated ProMail’s Cranston-based grand opening with a ribbon-cutting ceremony at its new location … more
Through witty dialogue and poignant storytelling, the Community College of Rhode Island Players take an unconventional look at post-Vietnam life in rural America with their upcoming production of "e;1959 Pink Thunderbird."e; Written by the late James McLure, more
Volunteers from the Cranston Enrichment Center held their Annual Bazaar this past weekend as a fundraiser for the Smile Dolls Program, through which volunteers make dolls for children at Amos House, … more
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