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By JEN COWART On May 14, Senator Jack Reed visited Ann Marie Torres's eighth-grade social studies class, thanks to student Emily Del Carmen and her mom, Wendy Del Carmen, who works in the senator's Rhode Island office. Reed spent about a half hour more
By THOMAS GREENBERG The late Edward Costa, a former member of the Cranston library's board of trustees and a key player in getting the Arlington Library expanded at the Cranston Senior Center, was honored Monday with a re-naming of the library. It will more
By PAM SCHIFF At the School Committee meeting held Monday, the Committee voted 6-1 to not eliminate the reduced price lunch option for Cranston students. Ward 1 Representative Jeff Gale, who has been focused on the lunch shaming issue and the more
COUNTERFEIT BILLS On May 15 at 11:49 a.m. Officer Scotti arrested Christopher Troupe, 30, of 155 Cottage St. Apt #2R in Pawtucket, for passing of counterfeit certificates/bills/notes and receiving stolen goods from Cranston PD. Arrest was the result of more
New pho in town On May 10 the city welcomed Pho Sai Gon & Bar, a Vietnamese restaurant at its location at 1106 Pontiac Ave. At the ribbon cutting, along with Mayor Allan Fung, were co-owner Tom Nguyen and his wife, Oanh Pham. (Not pictured is co-owner more
By PAM SCHIFF There are few things more special than a boy and his dog. It is a true love match with unconditional love on both sides. For eight-year-old Michael Benjamin Sears, a second grader at Peter's Elementary school in a self-contained classroom, more
By MERI R. KENNEDY Most birds fly in a flock and new Eagle Scouts Anthony Cardi, Constantine George Coclin, Joshua Forgue and Daniel White did just that as they all celebrated their National Eagle High Court of Honor on May 10 at the Church of the more
A running rainbow for Oaklawn On Saturday, May 19, a group of Oaklawn Elementary School students had a fun-filled color run event at Bain's track. Principal Jim Zanfini, along with parents and teachers, sprayed color on the kids as they ran around the more
By THOMAS GREENBERG When a building goes through a $110,000 facelift, it would be fairly disappointing to its operators if they weren't happy with the results. Luckily for Elaine McKenna-Yeaw, the director of the Artists Exchange, and Ed Egan, who more
By THOMAS GREENBERG Flo Spenard, the newest commodore of the Edgewood Yacht Club, officially took the reigns from Wayne Kezirian on Saturday as the club officially opened its new building on the site of the Victorian clubhouse lost in 2011. This is an" more
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