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by the We Can Do This  COVID-19 Public Education Campaign (NAPSI)—January is a month when people make New Year’s resolutions that often include pledges to take steps for better health. … more
by the We Can Do This  COVID-19 Public Education Campaign (NAPSI)—January is a month when people make New Year’s resolutions that often include pledges to take steps for better health. … more
by the We Can Do This  COVID-19 Public Education Campaign (NAPSI)—January is a month when people make New Year’s resolutions that often include pledges to take steps for better health. … more
(BPT) - It’s as crystal clear as the air and water can be in your home: living in a healthier space is a top priority. From small projects to large remodels, homeowners are focused on how these … more
by the We Can Do This  COVID-19 Public Education Campaign (NAPSI)—January is a month when people make New Year’s resolutions that often include pledges to take steps for better health. … more
Before the New Year the Rhode Island Blood Center announced the region’s third blood emergency of 2021.  As of this week the crisis continues with enough blood supply for only one to … more
It was a geyser Motorists were detoured around a section of Wilbur Avenue Sunday afternoon when a waterline burst sending what one police officer described as a geyser that coated utility lines and surrounding trees with ice. The water line that the more
By EMMA BARTLETT Incumbent City Council members John Donegan and Jessica Marino have announced they are seeking reelection. Donegan first ran for City Council in 2018 at 27 years old. As one of the youngest people to be elected to the City Council in more
ASSAULT On Jan. 16 at 2:58 p.m., Cranston police arrested Alejandro W. Flanagan, 29, of 46 Washington St., Warren, on charges of Assault with intent to commit specified felonies and second-degree sexual assault. The arrest was the result of an on-going more
FREE COVID-19 VACCINATION CLINIC: Greeting people at the entrance of the William Hall Library auditorium for a vaccination clinic on Jan. 15 were Assistant Library Director Julie Holden, Detective Mike Iacone and Cali the K9 therapy dog. The Cranston more
Trees, trees, trees. The Cranston Neighborhood Planting Project, in association with Rhode Island Tree Council, wants to help you plant more trees. These trees are FREE to you and planted for you by professionals. Trees increase your home's value with more
The first of two virtual public hearings will be held today on the proposed merger of the state’s two largest health care systems. Combined they would constitute more than 75 percent of the … more
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