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ASSAULT Jason Williams, 27, of 352 Smith St. #1 in Cranston was arrested on January 13 at 2:40 a.m. by Officer Medeiros for domestic simple assault/battery and domestic disorderly Conduct. His arrest was the result of a disturbance at the above address. more
Early penguins Since the Jan. 1 Penguin Plunge was cancelled due to frigid temperatures, both Robin A. Muksian, PhD, who serves as the Director of Administration for the City of Cranston, and fellow Penguin Paul Harrington did not want to take a chance more
By JEN COWART Sixteen years after Rebecca White lost her mother, Marcia Bowman, and her best friend, Katie Decubellis, as victims of a 1999 drunk driving accident, White brought her newest presentation, Five Keys to a Happier Life, to Cranston High more
By MERI R. KENNEDY Seven thousand Rhode Islanders made history as part of the worldwide movement known as the Women's March on Washington last January. That was just the beginning. This year, on Jan. 20, they will be on the march again on the South Lawn more
By THOMAS GREENBERG A vote was taken on the House floor last Friday on a bill proposing that every city and town in the state have a fully functioning homeless shelter open to all homeless people 24/7. It passed 24-17. Alas, it was only a mock vote - and more
By THOMAS GREENBERG The Chapel View-Garden City-Sockanosset area of Cranston is already heavily developed, but is still a work in progress, especially at the Fountains at Chapel View 22.4 acre site that is essentially a blank slate right now. City more
Gasoline prices in Rhode Island are up two cents this week, according to AAA Northeast. AAA Northeast's January 8 survey of prices in Rhode Island finds self-serve, regular unleaded averaging $2.53 per gallon. Rhode Island's price is four cents above the more
By THOMAS GREENBERG -- Keep smiling in the face of "number twos." That's what Reverend Justin Lester told the crowd at Rhodes on the Pawtuxet on the morning of Martin Luther King Jr. Day. more
Cranston High School East has announced the academic honor roll for the first quarter of the 2017-2018 school year. Students are recognized for achieving academic success using the following designations: Highest Honors: a grape point average of 4.0 or more
The Catherine T. Murray Memorial Scholarship is accepting applications for its scholarship that was established in 1995 by Catherine T. Murray. Catherine was a board member and a valued volunteer at the Ocean State Center for Independent Living who more
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