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On Monday, May 7, the SNYPP Clinic will be neutering and vaccinating 25 cats for a cost to clients of $25. SNYPP welcomes pet owners from all Rhode Island communities to participate. This event is intended to help people in need of financial assistance. more
Cranston East has posted the following honors for the second quarter. Seniors Highest Honors: Kevin Aldana, Lagzacine Alexandre, Chelsea Asare, Anthony Florenz, Nathan Harding, Nathaniel Hardy, Hannah Joyce, Sovanada Lay, Yelitza Montesino, Brianna more
By PAM SCHIFF For four weeks the students in Rod DaSilva's fifth grade class at Garden City Elementary were given a special presentation from Pilot Paul" from Southwest airlines. The presentation is part of the Southwest airlines' "Adopt a Pilot"" more
By THOMAS GREENBERG With Cranston having one of the highest Armenian population in the state, city hall was packed Thursday night as the city remembered the genocide that began in April of 1915, as well as honored a Cranston resident with deep ties to more
DISORDERLY On April 22 at approximately 5:54 p.m. Officer Leonard arrested Yan Xiang You, 35, of 26 Manton St. in Pawtucket for disorderly conduct and simple assault. The arrest was the result of a call for a disturbance at the Royal Buffet located at more
To celebrate the theatrical release of Marvel's Avengers: Infinity War, kids are invited to a special superhero event in all JCPenney stores this Saturday, April 28. Kids are encouraged to attend dressed as their favorite superhero to create an Infinity" more
By JEN COWART On March 25, 2007 the family of Ronald A. Gill Jr. could not have imagined how their life would change in an instant, nor could they have imagined the role they would have in changing the lives of so many young adults heading off to college more
By THOMAS GREENBERG Citywide councilman Ken Hopkins believes that not enough parents know about electronic cigarettes, also known as vapes or Juuls. Starting with a change to the city ordinance regarding smoking in public places, he wants to raise more
By THOMAS GREENBERG The latest, and possibly last, push to get a Cumberland Farms gas station/convenience store at the corner of Park and Warwick Avenue has been shut down after the sponsors of a re-zoning ordinance withdrew their support last week. The more
Mayor Scott Avedisian, who has been mayor in Warwick since 2000, might officially be leaving office pending a vote by the RIPTA board, sources have confirmed. more
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