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City of Cranston ORDINANCES ADOPTED Pursuant to Section 3.15 of the City Charter, notice is hereby given of the Final Adoption of the Ordinance below. Complete copies of all Ordinances are … more
To the Editor: Deaths by starvation, from cholera, by drones and bombs, and now the deaths by bombing of children on a school bus. This is reality in Yemen. And I am the only candidate for the U.S. Senate from Rhode Island who has objected to this more
Ernest G. Pappas, 96 of Providence and Highland Beach, RI and Pompano Beach, Florida passed away Monday September 3, 2018 at Kent Hospital, Warwick. He was the beloved husband of Helen (Mihailides) … more
Governor Gina M. Raimondo announced recently that Rhode Island will receive $4 million from the U.S. Department of Labor to support job training for Rhode Islanders in recovery. With this grant, a press release states, Governor Raimondo is keeping the" more
To the Editor: Safe, warm and dry...words you probably have heard, or will hear, as this is the main point of the bond on this November's ballot. This bond was the result of the General Treasurer, and the School Building Task Force. The money will be more
To the Editor: As child and adolescent psychiatrists, we read with concern the letter written on 8/25/18 by Lance McCormack in the Providence Journal in which he demonizes the role of medication in treating children's psychiatric disorders. We all hope, more
By KELLSIE KING A number of Warwick and Cranston political candidates have received the endorsements of both the Rhode Island Coalition Against Gun Violence (RICAGC) and Planned Parenthood Votes! RI (PP Votes! RI) as the elections come upon us. The more
Chester Barrows Elementary School held their meet & greet event on Aug. 28 and with the assistance of Esperanza-Hope provided students with table notebooks, pens, pencils, crayons, glue sticks, and reading books. Esperanza-Hope is a 501(c)(3) non-profit more
By THOMAS GREENBERG The next step in National Grid's quest to connect the solar farms in Western Cranston to the power grid is an easement they have requested, which would allow them to build three 12-foot by 5-foot poles on Laten Knight Road. Currently, more
When Cranston voters head to the polls on Wednesday, Sept. 12 for the primary, they will be greeted by new technology in use to check voters in, among other changes for the 2018 elections. Electronic poll pads will be used statewide for the first time more
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