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Rhode Island has struggled to emerge from the Great Recession. Yet, through sustained efforts to improve our business climate, invest in education and raise the quality of life for our residents, we are putting Rhode more
State House visit Rep. Bob and Maryann Lancia welcomed both third-grade classes from Garden City Elementary School on Tuesday, June 7, for a tour, mock legislative session, and pizza lunch. more
Man charged in domestic incident A Georgia man has been indicted on numerous charges in connection with a domestic incident last year. Emil Pastor Diaz, 28, of 10853 Barberry Drive in Atlanta, Ga., is charged with domestic breaking more
Tucked into a corner storefront on Rolfe Square - where, in true Rhode Island fashion, many would say Gymboree used to be - is the non-profit restaurant, Character's Cafe. With about a dozen tables, it is a cozy and quaint place to eat. more
Summer has arrived, July is just around the corner, and the election season is again heating up in Rhode Island. This week brought the three-day window during which candidates for local offices and General Assembly seats must file more
1070 Cranston St. 401-780-6000 Please follow us on Twitter (@cranstonsenior) and like our Facebook page Cyber-Seniors: Connecting Generations Tuesdays and Wednesdays, July 5 to Aug. 10, 9:30 a.m. to noon URI Community Service Connecting Generations more
Under a beautiful summer sky, the Budlong Pool officially opened for the season last week. Budlong is one of the largest outdoor public pools in the country, and takes just more than one million gallons of water to fill. A familiar more
One person has been charged following an investigation into an illegal car dealership operation, and police continue to seek additional information in the case. Elie Antoun, 39, of 48 George St., Apt. 2R, in Woonsocket, is alleged to more
Western Cranston Garden Club celebrates National Garden Week with Garden City School On June 6, the Western Cranston Garden Club planted begonias, marigolds, and portulaca flowers with the kindergarten class at Garden City School. Amy Morino, the more
Hopefully you’ll never need this information, but how foolish not to be prepared. Your quick action can keep an incident from turning into a crisis. The sun is hot and you have been fishing for … more
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