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The City of Cranston’s Administration, in conjunction with the Cranston City Council, announced on March 7 that it has launched a survey with the goal of acquiring continued input from the … more
By EMMA BARTLETT Prior to the pandemic, memory loss was the major crisis plaguing the country. To address this issue and implement preventative practices, the Cranston Department of Senior … more
By EMMA BARTLETT The gazebo on the southwest corner of Rhodes Place and Broad Street has been a travel hub since 1880. From the days when horse drawn carriages and street cars carried individuals … more
Will the sale of the Ocean State’s electric provider to Pennsylvania’s top power company result in higher electric bills? A state utility regulatory agency says they’re convinced … more
In 2001 Congressman Jim Langevin rolled into the House Chamber. It was the first time a quadriplegic served in the U.S. House of Representatives. “Congress wasn’t quite ready for me … more
Some motor vehicle crashes are accidents. Others are preventable. On rare occasions, a crash can be intentional. On New Year's Eve a young woman lost her life in a Warwick crash. The other driver fled the scene, but was quickly more
Rhode Island Attorney General Peter F. Neronha announced Wednesday that a Johnston man was sentenced in Providence County Superior Court to serve nine years at the Adult Correctional Institutions … more
By EMMA BARTLETT Park Theatre will reopen this spring with an assortment of dining and entertainment options for guests. Owners Ed Brady and Jeff Quinlan of Dig In Dining & Entertainment Restaurant Group announced their vision for the future to a crowd more
By JOHN HOWELL "Kent (Hospital) has a bright future; they have to find the right partner." That is the assessment of Dr. Michael Dacey, a former president of the hospital, following Attorney General Peter T. Neronha's issuance last week of his decision more
By EMMA BARTLETT The Cranston School Committee is set to update its mask policy on February 28, following Governor Daniel McKee and the Rhode Island Department of Health's (RIDOH) Feb. 11 announcement that the statewide school mask mandate would be more
An arrest has been made in the accidental shooting death of a Johnston teenager. Johnston Police arrested Marios M. Kirios, 29, of Cedar St., Johnston, as part of an "ongoing investigation into … more
By EMMA BARTLETT Legion Development Inc. is in the pre-application process of proposing a four-story, mixed-use building on the property of Legion Bowl and Billiards and Pub on Park at 655 and 661 Park Avenue. A walk of the site will be held this more
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