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`May the Fourth' and `I do' Mark L. Boudreaux and Shelby Kowal were married Saturday, May 4 - known as Star Wars Day" to fans of the popular science fiction franchise - and celebrated in keeping with the catchphrase "May the Fourth be with you." The" more
By HERALD STAFF Police are seeking a suspect who brandished a firearm during a recent robbery at a local gas station. According to a statement from Cranston Police, the male suspect entered the Mobil station at 1282 Elmwood Ave. at approximately 4 a.m. more
MULTIPLE CHARGES On May 14 at 7:03 a.m., police arrested Ashley Vines, 40, 318 Heather St., Cranston, on charges of embezzlement/fraudulent conversion and violation of a no-contact order. On May 16 at 8:48 a.m., police arrested Louis Quesada, 54, 157 more
Senate backs bill to enact much of ACA at state level The Senate approved legislation sponsored by Sen. Joshua Miller (D-Dist. 28, Cranston, Providence) to help protect Rhode Islanders' access to insurance coverage in the face of threats to the federal more
By MERI R. KENNEDY Liberatore receives award Cranston Parks and Recreation Director Anthony Liberatore has received the Rhode Island Recreation and Parks Association's 2019 John Jack" Cronin Award. He has been with the city of Cranston for 13 years. The" more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE On one side of City Hall's Council Chambers sat a group of people wearing pink or orange shirts bearing the names of the groups Moms Demand Action and the Rhode Island Coalition Against Gun Violence, with slogans such as more
For many, the holiday season ends with the emergence of a New Year. All too often the optimism and resolutions, that come with this time, begin to be contested almost immediately, by a myriad of … more
To the Editor: After hours of testimony, debate and high emotion, the RI Senate Judiciary Committee declined to send abortion bill RHCA/S152A for a Senate floor vote. Pro-life supporters rejoiced and pro-choice advocates threw a temper tantrum. The more
In March, on a 44-30 vote, the Rhode Island House of Representatives approved legislation that would codify abortion rights in our state. Last week, however, the Judiciary Committee in the state Senate voted that measure down on a 5-4 vote. The more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE It was a celebration of promise, in more ways than one. Hundreds of students received diplomas during the Community College Rhode Island's 54th commencement ceremony held May 16 at the Dunkin' Donuts Center in Providence. They were more
Living history Rep. Joseph McNamara used fighting words - as did Mayor Allan Fung and Rep. Joseph Solomon Jr. - while helping to kick off the 54th annual Gaspee Days celebration Saturday at the gazebo in Pawtuxet Park. All three characterized the Boston more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Nothing pairs nicer with the mercifully warm weather of late than a good scoop of ice cream, and while ice cream is perfectly wonderful on its own, being able to contribute to a worthy cause simply by indulging in it is a proverbial more
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