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The Brain Injury Association of Rhode Island (BIARI) recently announced that the Keep Your Head Up Walk and Run will be held on Saturday, May 5 at 8 a.m. at Goddard Memorial State Park in Warwick. In addition to the run and walk, the event will also more
WARRANTS On April 1 at 9:17 a.m. Officer Laquale arrested Donald Arnett, 52, of 36 Prospect St. in Cranston, for a warrant of arrest on an affidavit from the East Greenwich Police Department. His arrest is the result of a motor vehicle stop on Park Ave. more
Rep. Robert Lancia (R-Dist. 16, Cranston) is alarmed about plans to move some of the most dangerous psychiatric patients in Rhode Island to the Training School in Cranston. The Department of Behavioral Healthcare, Developmental Disabilities and Hospitals more
One day after the Federal Communications Commission rescinded federal net neutrality regulations, Governor Gina M. Raimondo signed an executive order protecting a free and open Internet in Rhode Island. A free and open internet is essential to our" more
Keeping count Shawn Edwards of Cranston, a URI senior enrolled in wildlife natural resource science studies, is one of a score of volunteers keeping a count of alewives and herring (Buckeyes) making the annual spawning run in Buckeye Brook to Warwick more
By JEN COWART This is the third and final article in a series that features former students from the Cranston High Schools' art programs to show where they are now and how they have used their art education in their lives and careers. When Kyle Gobern more
By JEN COWART Attendance is a major factor in student achievement, whether at the elementary or secondary level, and for several years now, schools across the nation have been battling student attendance issues. That battle is also taking place in the more
The first Dairy Queen Grill and Chill in Rhode Island has officially opened after a long winter of construction. Co-franchisee of the restaurant, Will Dailey said that the delay was mainly caused by the ground freezing before they could lay asphalt. more
By MERI R. KENNEDY On April 21, a sold-out crowd turned out to support the Pink Heals RI Chapter at the Crowne Plaza in Warwick to raise funds for the Pink Heals' continued work in supporting women with cancer throughout the state. The Pink Heals Chapter more
By MERI R. KENNEDY Volunteers got a taste of spring on Sunday as they worked to clean up the Meschanticut State Park in Cranston for the 3rd Annual Clean-up hosted by Ward 5 Cranston City Councilman, Chris Paplauskas. More than 100 volunteers of all ages more
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