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Ceramic mugs and saucers clinked. The hiss of a steamer released a steam cloud, and the owner’s face appeared from behind the espresso machine. There were guests in the … more
It’s tough being a kid. In 2022, experts warn, it seems to be getting tougher. As the COVID-19 pandemic wanes, and we approach the endemic stage, mental health … more
By EMMA BARTLETT Cranston native Nathan Zarcaro got his start with personal finance at age 16. By 18, he opened his first retirement account and today, at age 25, Zarcaro is helping others … more
With a boost from his cousin Ava O’Brien, Noah Harrison soars on a swing at one of the many Cranston playgrounds Monday afternoon – the beginning of school vacation. Nearby, Loren … more
By EMMA BARTLETT J.P. Spoonems, the treasured breakfast and lunch restaurant that has fed the Edgewood neighborhood and beyond for the past 40 years is gone. Run by husband and wife Joe and Pat … more
By EMMA BARTLETT The special finance committee may not have felt that Robert Zarnetske was the right fit for the city’s finance director position, however, the committee overwhelming … more
Every child is unique; every human being distinctive. People, however, don’t always celebrate our differences. Johnston children’s book author Katie Hevey hopes a tale about a … more
How fast can you go?  It’s a question Bob Walker expects when asked about the electric bicycle he’s built and rides – except for rainy days when he take public … more
In a 5 to 3 vote Thursday, council members denied the advice and consent of Robert Zarnetske for the position of Cranston’s finance director. Zarnetske has … more
30,000 runners will participate in the upcoming 2022 Boston Marathon on April 18. Of those individuals, 133 Rhode Islanders will represent the state with seven Cranston residents and six from Warwick … more
Saint David’s on-the-Hill Episcopal Church announced that the Rt. Rev. W. Nicholas Knisely, Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Rhode Island, will celebrate this year’s Easter Sunday … more
The Johnston Zoning Board has decided to postpone a decision on five new solar fields in town. The board was set to weigh the merits of a special use application by Cranston-based Green … more
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