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The Rhode Island Department of Children, Youth and Families (DCYF) announced it has been awarded a $415,000 grant from the W.K Kellogg Foundation to continue improvements in delivery of services and supports to young children in Rhode Island's child more
The Rhode Island Department of Revenue's Division of Taxation will begin accepting amnesty-related paperwork and payments on Dec. 1. Amnesty is almost here. We want to remind taxpayers and tax professionals that they can use our special amnesty website" more
On Saturday, Feb. 4, collectors and dealers from around the region gathered at the West Valley Inn for the 36th annual Cranston Sports Collectors Show, which is run by the St. Joseph’s Men’s … more
The processional parade left St. Mary’s Church at approximately 11 a.m. this past Sunday, the final day of the 107th annual Feast & Festival of the Madonna Della Civita, which was conducted in … more
Spring Green Memorial Church is inviting crafters to participate in their holiday bazaar to be held Dec. 2 from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Tables and spaces are available for a donation of $25 each. (There is limited space so reserve early.) For those interested or more
By JOHN HOWELL -- You'll never know where you'll find Santa's workshop. Bobbie Bacon knows that all too well. more
By THOMAS GREENBERG The drifts piled up as high as the gazebo in Garden City. Schools were cancelled for two days and the city was basically shut down last Thursday as the snowstorm brought over a foot of snow to the area. But officials across Cranston more
By DAWN ANDERSON Author Bob Hocking is celebrating his success with the release of two new books, Life Won't Pass Me By and Conversations. Published in August, both books coincide with the 14th anniversary of his website, inmybackpack.com. Life Won't more
By THOMAS GREENBERG Cranston's department of community development is paying for a one-time delivery of 100 gallons of heating oil to Cranston residents who meet certain income guidelines. Stephanie Sussi, interim director of community development, said more
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