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By JEN COWART Can you imagine being drafted as a teenager to fight in a war - facing death numerous times - only to finally come home to a family who thought you were already dead as part of a long-fulfilled prophecy? If you find it difficult to imagine, more
St. Barnabas Church, 3257 Post Road in Apponaug, is hosting its annual bazaar Nov. 18 from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. This year's bazaar features great raffle items, penny social, handmade crafts, knit and crochet items, baked goods, religious items, theme baskets more
The Rhode Island Community Food Bank has kicked off its annual Holiday Food Drive to help ensure that no one goes hungry this holiday season. Rhode Islanders are invited to participate by hosting a food drive or donating funds to support the more
Godiva is a sweet, black domesticated shorthair waiting for you right now at the Cranston Animal Shelter. more
To the Editor: Almost immediately after receiving news about the church attack in Texas, President Trump said it was too soon to discuss gun control. This is a common Republican assertion, but they never seem to disclose a reasonable time to begin more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- David Zapatka, an award-winning photographer, spent four years photographing 130 lighthouses from eight states under beautiful nighttime skies. more
“I need someone to save my life,” said Carol Mitola. “It is as simple as that. The problem is, I hate, hate, hate to be the one asking for help. It is not who I am. It is not what I do. I … more
The Providence County Grand Jury reported an indictment charging Joseph Barletta, age 27, of Cranston, with one count of first degree sexual assault (domestic) and one count of strangulation (domestic). Barletta allegedly strangled a woman he was in a more
By PAM SCHIFF With this latest class of five inductees, the ranks of the Cranston Hall of Fame (CHOF) has swelled to 192 of the finest graduates to pass through Cranston public schools. The CHOF every year acknowledges alumni who have graduated from a more
By JEN COWART The Youth Group and Sunday School at Saint David's on-the-Hill have had a busy couple of months of service and fellowship as they kicked off the new school year. Earlier in October, the group participated in the Making Strides walk for the more
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