October 22, 2014
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SAFE AND SOUND: Paul Anderson and Stefany Reed …
Akshay Talwar’s class, character and caring personality surfaced like never before the other day at the Briarcliffe Healthcare Campus in Johnston. Talwar, who owns and operates the … more
Cranston woman has been charged with driving under the influence after being stopped driving the wrong way on Route 95 over the weekend, according to Rhode Island State Police. Amanda Pizzi, 29, … more
In an effort to promote a safer home and a cleaner state, Rhode Island Resource Recovery Corp. (RIRRC) will be hosting an Eco-Depot collection at the state’s Central Landfill on Saturday, Oct. 18 … more
The Cranston Public Library is pleased to announce that Katherine Boden has accepted the position of emerging technologies librarian. Boden graduated with a master’s degree in library and … more
CCRI President Ray Di Pasquale will stay at the helm of the college for the foreseeable future. Last Thursday morning, Di Pasquale emailed the college staff and trustees he had withdrawn his name … more
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Mayor Allan Fung welcomed a new business, Atomic Kickboxing located at 530 Wellington Ave., on Oct. 7. Atomic is a kickboxing school owned by Jake Burke, who also owns Burke’s Martial Arts in the … more
NEW GROUP: The Empty Hearts will be performing …
Key members of several iconic rock groups will be making an appearance at the Park Theatre this weekend. Newly formed band The Empty Hearts – made up of Rock and Roll Hall of Fame drummer Clem … more
Cranston Mayor Allan Fung led a delegation of Cranstonians who marched in Sunday’s Federal Hill Merchants Association Columbus Day Parade in Providence. While Fung – the Republican candidate for … more
CRANSTON PROUD: Pictured are the members of …
The Gloria Gemma Breast Cancer Resource Foundation, now in its 10th year, held its ninth annual Flames of Hope in downtown Providence this past weekend. From education to entertainment, celebration … more
There probably are not too many people who know the value of the Brain Injury Association of Rhode Island better than Karen and Carl Shewcov. After all, her son Ryan once sustained massive brain … more
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