News

For Vargas sisters, JROTC a proud tradition

Having three sisters in the same school is fairly unusual. For all three to be deeply involved in the same program is even more rare. But that is the case for the Vargas sisters – Minette, Thea, …
Sports

Gershkoff battles back to split twinbill with Senerchia

The Gershkoff Auto Body/Auburn Post 20 legion baseball team salvaged a split against Senerchia Post 74 on Monday night at Cranston Stadium, winning the nightcap of the doubleheader, 8-6, after …
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Police Log

Woman pleads guilty to assaulting developmentally disabled child A woman charged with assaulting a nine-year-old developmentally disabled boy in Cranston nearly three years ago has pleaded …
Entertainment

FREE STATE OF JONES

* * * * (Civil War tale based on true story) Matthew McConaughy gives another great performance as Newton Knight, a Mississippi farmer serving as a medic for the South during the Civil War. …
Opinion

The right moment to build new bonds

Nights have been refreshingly cool, and days have been pleasantly warm. The recent stretch of near perfect weather has provided Rhode Islanders a chance to immerse ourselves in the moment, enjoy the …
Lifestyles

‘The stories of our past stay with us’: Scores celebrate cleanup at Oakland Cemetery’s Armenian section

"If there is something we can do to preserve our place in history and to bring light to it, we feel compelled to do so,” said Stephen Elmasian, treasurer for the Men’s Club of Sts. Vartanantz …
LAST WEEK'S EDITION

Wedding bells for Cranston’s mayor

Cranston Mayor Allan Fung and Barbara Ann Fenton, who met in 2012 and were engaged last year, married over the weekend at St. Mary’s Church in Newport. Fung’s father, Kwong-Wen Fung, who had …