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TAX DAY: Cranston Mayor Allan Fung, a Republican candidate for governor, outlines his tax reduction and reform plan during a Monday announcement at Phred’s Drug on Oaklawn Avenue in Cranston. At left is Charles Rossi, the company’s president.
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CLEANING UP: Volunteers performed a wide range of tasks during Saturday’s event.
Idyllic early spring weather greeted scores of volunteers Saturday as the Edgewood Waterfront Preservation Association (EWPA) and Save the Bay hosted the annual cleanup at Stillhouse Cove in … more
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As a comprehensive review of the city’s Police Department continues, the City Council met with Mayor Allan … more
Rhode Islanders are being warned of a “grandparent scam” on the rise locally. “We have heard … more
Later this spring, Dave Stenhouse will be inducted into the Rhode Island Interscholastic League Hall of … more
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The leadoff speaker’s speech packed a powerful pitch, but the keynote address was a grand slam, one that took upwards of 200 people on a trip back in time last Thursday when the Cranston Senior … more
In their celebration of Reading Week, students, teachers and staff of Bain Middle School went all out to show their appreciation and love of books in their inaugural “Lit Night with Jimmy … more
A once-in-a-lifetime chance is the way Coventry High School freshman Cole Campbell describes the evening of Feb. 21, when he got to play in a high school basketball game alongside his big brother, … more
Combining a persuasive writing project with Earth Day was the challenge that Michelle Theroux presented to her students, and they took it on with creativity and enthusiasm. “They had to bring in … more
Cranston resident Stephen Soares, who handles logistics and transportation services for Ocean State Job Lot, had the honor of helping coordinate a massive delivery of food to food banks as part of … Read More
The list of graduation requirements from the state has changed and grown over the years, but one requirement that has been around for a while is the creation of a student Individualized Learning … Read More
No longer can you find the Phenix Sportsmen’s Club’s once-popular Chuck Wagon setting up shop in Fiskeville on the second Saturday in April to serve breakfast to over 300 kids. No longer does … Read More
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