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Festive flavor The Artists' Exchange in Cranston held its 15th annual Gingerbread House Decorating Contest on Saturday, drawing hundreds of participants. "e;The Gingerbread Decorating Contest is our favorite day of the year. It has become a tradition for more
As part of a statewide initiative spurred by federal requirements, motorists will soon see new exit numbers along routes 10 and 37. Charles St. Martin, spokesman for the Rhode Island Department of … more
It started out as an annual mission trip to Blessed Assurance orphanage in Montego Bay, Jamaica – one that teens, along with adult missionaries, have been taking since 2008 through the Teens on a … more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE A Cranston Police officer discharged his firearm during a Saturday afternoon incident on Cranston Street, while a motorist who police say attempted to elude the officer before driving his vehicle at him pleaded not guilty to charges more
By KELLY SULLIVAN William Theodore Knoop of Cranston was almost ready to leave on his vacation. The 37-year-old physician and surgeon, who had graduated from Providence High School, Brown University and Harvard, had opened his practice 10 years earlier, more
Alexander D. Rego, 89, of Cranston, passed away on December 2, 2019 peacefully at home in the presence of family. Born in Providence on May 17, 1930, he was the son of the late Alexander and … more
Alexander D. Rego, 89, of Cranston, passed away on December 2, 2019 peacefully at home in the presence of family. Born in Providence on May 17, 1930, he was the son of the late Alexander and … more
The date and location of the lighting of the Village Menorah in Pawtuxet was incorrectly reported in last Thursday's Beacon. The Village Menorah will be lit at the Gazebo in Pawtuxet Park on Saturday, December 28 at 7 p.m. This is part of the Friends of more
The Rhode Island Division of Taxation, the Internal Revenue Service and other partners in the Security Summit has urged taxpayers to use strong passwords for their online accounts and digital devices in order to protect their personal tax and financial more
For most Rhode Islanders, having food on the table is a given. But for far too many of our neighbors, missing meals is a daily reality - and a problem that an impending federal policy change appears likely to exacerbate in the months ahead. According to more
When I was in high school, I took a bus trip with my Mom and 40 or so women from Rhode Island to Washington, D.C. The trip was sponsored by the RI Democratic Committee.  I recall joining … more
When Old Man Winter comes calling, homeowners need to keep everyone in the family, including your pets, safe. The Outdoor Power Equipment Institute (OPEI) and TurfMutt offer the following tips: Bring Pets Inside: Dogs and cats should be kept inside more
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