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By JEN COWART Cranston residents driving Phenix Avenue may have wondered for months just what is going on near the traffic light at 950 Phenix Avenue. Recent outdoor progress included a sign for Little Learners Academy of Cranston and on the inside, more
To help bring important information about programs and services available to women battling breast cancer, survivors of the disease, and their families, Bank Rhode Island (BankRI) will welcome the Gloria Gemma Breast Cancer Resource Foundation's Hope" more
Thousands of people of all ages attended this year's St. Mary's Feast held from July 18 to July 22. The festival held each year by the St. Mary's Feast Society has Italian food and music with two main stages. One is at the Knightsville Gazebo and the more
On Saturday, July 21, the 46th running of the St. Mary's Feast Society Summer Sizzler Road Race was held. It was the 46th running of the Summer Sizzler and the 3rd Annual 5K with the same start and finish line. There were approximately 200 participants. more
By JEN COWART Hope and Change for Haiti (, a non-profit organization founded by local Haitian and American professionals whose mission is to help to improve the lives of those in the local Haitian community and in Haiti, is hosting its more
By MERI R. KENNEDY A Family Day Fundraiser to benefit SBSNE Inc. Nutrition Support Program will be held Aug. 11 at Oakland Beach in Warwick. Hosted by Nicole White of Cranston and the President of the Short Bowel Syndrome Foundation for Children of New more
By JEN COWART With the support of family, friends and volunteers, the Gill family marked PS3 Ronnie A. Gill Jr.'s 38th birthday on July 21 with the 12th Annual Gill Foundation Golf Tournament. Held for the past ten years at the Cranston Country Club, the more
By THOMAS GREENBERG Attorney General Peter Kilmartin said Friday the new $15.4 million AG office, located at 4 Howard Avenue in the Pastore Complex in Cranston, near the ACI, will provide Rhode Islanders with greater legal accessibility than their prior more
Hosted by Cranston Public Library, young children were able to enjoy a special safety event with the Cranston Fire Department. They children were able to learn about fire safety and received a free coloring book and fire helmet. The crew from Cranston more
DISORDERLY On July 22 at 8:48 p.m. Officer Aldrich arrested Dina Paquin, 47, of 1766 Cranston Street in Cranston for disorderly conduct as a result of a disturbance at the aforementioned address. Paquin was held for morning arraignment. *** Officer Lynch more
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