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Taking lessons from the Senate District 3 primary

STORY OF THE WEEK: With the benefit of hindsight, it became clear that Sam Zurier was the odds-on favorite to win last week's Democratic primary for a vacant state Senate seat in District 3. Zurier, 62, is well-known around the East Side and he's had a

Sour Grapes

Charlie Hall

Big Brother is here and he is watching our every move

Investing in Rhode Island's growing older population

Sports

“This is the largest tautog I have ever caught,” said Jeremy Webster of Pawtucket as he lifted his rod high to prevent the fish from going back down into structure. Jeremy’s …

As many of you all know, the local high school football schedule has been a bit of the mess thanks to the ongoing pandemic. Earlier this week, the Providence Journal first reported that the Rhode Island Interscholastic League has been having meetings
By ALEX SPONSELLER The Cranston West boys soccer team took home the annual City Cup matchup over rival East on Sunday, winning in a 4-2 shootout at the stadium. The two teams were knotted at 1-1 at the end of regulation which would be the official result
By ALEX SPONSELLER The Cranston West football team was shut out 33-0 by Central last Friday night at Conley Stadium in Providence. The Knights set the tone early, getting a 69-yard score on the first play from scrimmage to take an early lead. Central
Sunday marked one of the biggest days in the history of New England sports as Tom Brady made his long-awaited return to Foxboro to take on Bill Belichick and the Patriots. For those of you living under a rock this past week, the visiting Buccaneers would
Lifestyles

Nate Jones aims to motivate with 'Permission to Create'

By ROB DUGUAY We all could use a bit of guidance every now and then. This can help with navigating the craziness of life, figuring out your passions and reaching your potential. With this in mind, Warwick musician and wellness coach Nate Jones put out

RI Philharmonic Orchestra to present Tchaikovsky's ‘Pathétique’

CCRI Players return to in-person performances with adaptation of Gunderson's 'I and You'

Trinity Rep announces casting for 2021-22 season

Spreading the message of Spiritualism

Police/Crime
DOMESTIC CHARGES On Oct. 3 at 12:40 a.m., police arrested Michael Bryan, 34, 141 Julia St., Cranston, on a charge of domestic disorderly conduct. On Oct. 3 at 5:56 p.m., police arrested Christian Suarez, 31, 80 Tell St., Providence, on charges of
A suspect in two Cranston bank robberies was taken into custody Friday, according to Chief of Police Col. Michael Winquist. Edward Diamante, 34, of 65 Arnold St., Woonsocket, faces two counts of …
DUI On Sept. 19 at 12:40 a.m., police arrested Trenton Keith, 27, 1167 Newport Ave., Apt. 3, Pawtucket, on charges of driving under the influence and refusal to submit to a chemical test. Police say Keith was arrested as a result of an erratic operator
Police Department welcomes two new officers Officers Michael Nolan and Michael Schiappa were welcomed to the Cranston Police Department during a swearing-in ceremony held last week in City Hall's Council Chambers. Both officers are joining Cranston
MULTIPLE CHARGES On Sept. 10 at 6:05 p.m., police arrested Joseph Botelho, 41, 818 Dyer Ave., Cranston, on charges of simple assault, vandalism and disorderly conduct. Police say Botelho was …
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Summer prelude

Text and photos By JOHN HOWELL Veterans Memorial Junior High School Principal David Tober was dunked at least 10 times Monday morning. He didn't mind it. In fact, he said it was refreshing. No wonder. With temperatures climbing into the high 80s, a

DPW director to retire, cites need for a long-term plan

$5M for roads a start, says DPW director

Cedar Hill student wins Mini Meteorologist contest

RI ranked worst state for a road trip, but commerce data disagrees

Pet of the Week

Animal Talk Pet of the Week: Mona

Mona's loving owner passed away unexpectedly, and now she needs a new home. She's hoping you could be the one, and she's available in North Scituate today.