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By ETHAN HARTLEY -- If you had a hankering for a hamburger, and you were trying to get the best bang for your buck, would you pick the 1/3 pound burger for $4.99 or the 1/4 pound burger for $4.50? more
Pilgrim High School, Class of 1973, will have its 45th reunion Sept. 15 at 6 p.m. at Dan's Tavern on the Green, 615 Callahan Road, North Kingstown. See Facebook: Pilgrim High Class of 1973, or e-mail PilgrimHighClassof73@gmail.com for more information. more
Winner, winner Nicholas J. Almonte, a Cranston native, was awarded a $500 scholarship from the Cristoforo Colombo Loggia #2413, a Filial lodge of the Grand Lodge of Rhode Island, Order of The Sons and Daughters of Italy in America. Almonte is a rising more
Hundreds attended the Cranston Police Department at their first National Night Out on Aug. 7 in Garden City Center. This event is based on a community-building campaign that promotes police-community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie to make more
By JEN COWART Last fall, the Cranston High School West Alumni Auditorium officially reopened after an extensive renovation. New paint, carpeting, lighting and seating had been put in after a collaborative effort from the school department, the school's more
By THOMAS GREENBERG Free backpacks and school supplies will be available to all Cranston students this Saturday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the YMCA located on Gansett Ave. Lammis Vargas, who is the site coordinator for the event, called the Back to" more
Cranston Police have arrested Thoeniz Oun, 28, of 352 Pontiac Avenue, on a number of charges: l Possession of fentanyl with intent to deliver l Possession of cocaine with intent to deliver l Possession of heroin with intent to deliver l Distribution of a more
By ETHAN HARTLEY It's not only back to school time for students eager to find out who their new teachers are, it's also back to school time for students in higher education programs that are training to be teachers, so they can one day soon can stand in more
By PAM SCHIFF Getting up on a stage is harrowing for most people, but getting up on a stage to tell jokes that they wrote themselves may bring some people to tears. However, for the 22 graduates of the $200 comedy course taught by professional comedians more
ASSAULT On August 13 at 12:53 a.m. Officer LeClair arrested Natalie Arnold, 40, of 14 Everbloom Drive in Johnston for domestic simple assault/battery, disorderly conduct, and resisting legal or illegal arrest. Her arrest was the result of a disturbance more
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