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The Northern Rhode Island Chamber of Commerce and The Washington Trust Company present the    33rd annual Apple Festival on Saturday, Sept. 11 and Sunday, Sept. 12 from 10 a.m. to 5 … more
Johnston will host a public hearing and special meeting at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 15. The town’s residents have been eagerly awaiting details regarding “Project Schooner,” a … more
Two men who police say robbed and pistol whipped their victims – including a pregnant woman – in separate incidents in Cranston, and then holed up in a Warwick motel room with a toddler … more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE Ed Brady, who had represented Ward 4 on the City Council since mid-2018 and was in his first term as the council's vice president, has resigned from his seat. "Today, I am stepping down from the Cranston City Council, as my family more
Right this way! The Edgewood Highland Elementary School mascot, Rocky, was on hand to wave hello to students and their families as they arrived at school for the first day Tuesday morning. For additional images from the first day of school, turn to Page more
Welcome back! On Tuesday, schools across Cranston opened their doors and welcomed students back for a new school year. The first day was a staggered start day, with all elementary grades, along with sixth- and ninth-grade students, arriving for their more
By ALEX SPONSELLER The Cranston East football team is getting set for this week's injury fund matchup and is looking to turn things around this season. The Bolts have had their toughest stretch in decades over the past two seasons, failing to reach the more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE Cranston Public Schools families are being asked to drive their children to school if possible, citing a shortage of bus drivers for the district's fleet that may force buses to make multiple runs and delay end-of-day drop-off times. more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE A familiar face made a stop in Cranston late last week to highlight federal efforts to boost workforce development and the "care economy." U.S. Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo, who served as Rhode Island's governor until departing more
By ARDEN BASTIA Rhode Islanders love to show off their sports teams, their special causes, state locations and their colleges, so it's no wonder legislators have approved the issuance of "charity plates" to groups ranging from the Boy Scouts to more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE Situated at the intersection of Cranston Street and Dyer Avenue, on the east bank of the Pocasset River, the former Cranston Print Works property has shaped the surrounding area for generations. From inside the sprawling property, more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE Concerns over a new license plate camera program being instituted by city police - as well as long-simmering tensions between members of the City Council and the administration over communication issues - led to some pointed, and more
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