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`Through it all, be at my side' On Tuesday morning, members of the community and local officials gathered at the Cranston Police Department's Garfield Avenue headquarters for the 27th annual Memorial Service, held as part of National Police Memorial more
By MERI R. KENNEDY Dog park opens Cranston's first dog park is now open, although a little soggy. Located at Beachmont Field in Edgewood, at the corner of Netherlands Avenue and Ashmont Street, the park has separate areas for large and small dogs. The more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE An appeal of the Planning Commission's February 5-4 vote granting master plan approval to a proposed 8.1-megawatt solar installation off Natick Avenue has been rejected by the Zoning Board of Review. The zoning board - sitting more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE What should the city's rules governing large, commercial-scale solar projects look like? Some favor a full repeal of the existing regulatory framework, which has been in place since 2015, and the creation of new rules that more more
When the Comprehensive Community Action Program (known as CCAP) was first incorporated in 1964, it was created with one overarching goal: to eliminate poverty. As one of Rhode Island's largest … more
RED JOAN * * * (Based on true WWII spy story) Judi Dench plays Joan Stanley, a retired widow living in London who is visited by the British Secret Service and accused of espionage. She is interrogated for providing classified scientific information, more
LONG SHOT * * (Profane romantic comedy) A clever idea for a romantic comedy turns into a profane, R-rated, vulgar mess of a movie. Charlize Theron plays Charlotte Field, a beautiful, young, sophisticated (until she opens her mouth) secretary of state who more
SHAZAM! *** out of five stars The first comic book hero that was named Captain Marvel (don't ask, it's a long story) comes to the big screen in the latest film from DC Entertainment. Billy Batson (played by Asher Angel) is a good-hearted but troubled more
By FRANCESCA MARONI It takes a special mix of vision and talent to bring new life to works by William Shakespeare. Director Christin L. Goff has both, in addition to a troop of passionate actors behind her. Presenting Edgewood with an opportunity to view more
By DON FOWLER The Rhode Island Philharmonic Orchestra closed its 2018-2019 season with Guest Conductor Alexander Mickelthwate leading the orchestra in a rousing rendition of Shostakovich's Ninth Symphony, Prokofiev's Violin Concerto No. 1, and more
By CINDY FERA When the seasons change, so does your skin. We go from cold and dry to humid and moist. To keep your skin soft and supple and lessen the aging process, you need to change your skincare routine and your products. First, let's talk about your more
Filomina “Fannie” DiLullo was just 19 years old when she exchanged wedding vows in Johnston with 21-year-old Serefino Manzello on Sept. 3, 1925. The daughter of Italian immigrants, she had grown … more
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