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By MERI R. KENNEDY On Thursday, July 26, Cranston Police Officer, Gregg Bruno had finished his shift as a K-9 officer and did not have a clue of the surprise to come that day. I was sitting on my couch watching the news and my phone started to ping a" more
By THOMAS GREENBERG If the Cranston school department were to get some of the $10 million pie that Governor Gina Raimondo announced she would hand out for school safety, Superintendent Jeannine Nota says she'd like to use it on short-term projects like more
ASSAULT On August 3 at 11:13 p.m., Officer Scotti arrested Heather Lee Hazard, 40, of 193 Legris Avenue Apt. C in West Warwick for assault on a person over 60 years old causing bodily injury, domestic assault on a person Over 60 years old with bodily more
Warwick Vets and Toll Gate, Class of 1973, will hold their 45th class reunion Aug. 10 at Valley Country Club in Warwick. Check out their Facebook page, www.facebook.com/vetsandtollgate1973, for additional information. Pilgrim High School, Class of 1973, more
Congressman Jim Langevin (D-RI) is accepting applications for interns in his Rhode Island and Washington, D.C. offices for the fall. This unpaid program is open to civic-minded college students who are available for at least 10 hours per week. A more
By JOHN HOWELL The story is the message and the Alzheimer's Association, Rhode Island Chapter was looking for stories as it launched a series of 21 meetings across the state Monday in an effort to underscore the effects of a disease that has no cure and, more
By JOHN HOWELL Etta Pendleton was at Rocky Point Sunday afternoon. She was leaning on the wall overlooking the remnants of the pier, her walker beside her. It was in the 90s, but the heat didn't bother Etta. The Bay breeze blew her hair and the memories more
By PEDER SCHAEFER Storm surge. Hurricane force winds. Widespread flooding. Those are some of the terms becoming familiar to Americans since last year's catastrophic 2017 hurricane season, when storm after storm smashed into the nation's coasts. Lucky for more
A Cranston man has claimed a $75,000 five-dollar “baseball” instant ticket top prize that he bought at A & B Mart on Pontiac Avenue. The man did not want any publicity and therefore couldn’t … more
By THOMAS GREENBERG Although the Cranston City Council already honors residents for doing extraordinary things, Ward 4 Councilman Ed Brady wants to make it easier - and more common - for people around the city to be officially" honored for doing things" more
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