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By JACOB MARROCCO At 32 years old, the title of doctor" seemed impossible to Chris Herren. The Fall River basketball legend received an honorary doctor of humane letters degree during the New England Institute of Technology's 78th commencement ceremony" more
A star-filled performance Ten amateurs and their mentors from The Dancing Feeling took to the polished floor of Rhodes on the Pawtuxet Thursday night for the 13th annual Dancing with the Stars of Mentoring. And teeing up the competition that has become more
DiPalma's legislation regarding net neutrality rules passes Senate The Senate passed legislation (2019-S 0040) introduced by Sen. Louis P. DiPalma (D-Dist. 12, Middletown, Newport, Tiverton, Little Compton) that would prohibit the state from entering more
Rhode Islanders will have a chance to help neighbors in need through the Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive on Saturday, May 11, coordinated by the National Association of Letter Carriers. Simply leave a bag of healthy, non-perishable food items near your more
By JOHN HOWELL As Christopher Sanford tells the story, after earning a B.A. in economics at the College of the Holy Cross, serving seven years on active duty as a Navy Surface Warfare Officer and earning an MBA from the University of Rhode Island, he more
Almost May On April 27, Woodridge Congregational Church held its Almost May Breakfast, which has become a longstanding tradition in the community. Pictured holding his granddaughter, Amelia Fortier, is Jay Bombardier who is active in both the church and more
ArtsFest 2019 honors local student artists ArtsFest 2019, a month-long display of hundreds of pieces of artwork at the Cranston Public Library's Central Library, showcased the talents of Cranston Public Schools student artists. Art educators from across more
On the right path On April 27, Ward 3 City Councilman John Donegan organized a clean up of the bike path in Cranston between Garfield and Gansett avenues. Pictured are the councilman and his wife, Laura. (Herald photos by Steve Popiel) 2 PITCHING IN: more
Dr. Ken Wagner and Deputy Education Commissioner Mary Ann Snider visited and toured Garden City Elementary School in Cranston on April 11. It was Wagner’s final visit to the city’s schools as … more
Five groups of students were recognized April 22 during the School Committee’s regular monthly meeting. Students were honored for their achievements in academics, outside competitions and … more
By PETE FONTAINE The Church of the Annunciation at 175 Oaklawn Ave. has long had reputation for putting on one of Rhode Island's most popular summertime festivals - the Cranston Greek Festival. At the heart of the three-day festival are homemade more
By JEN COWART On Sunday, hundreds of motorcyclists, friends, family and volunteers again helped to ensure that Ronald A. Gill Jr.'s legacy will remain strong. The 11th annual Ronnie's Ride - a 100-mile, roundtrip motorcycle run - kicked off at Cranston more
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