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Governor Gina M. Raimondo today swore in Judge Alfredo T. Conte, the newest addition to the state Workers’ Compensation Court. “Judge Conte is an expert in his field,” Raimondo said. “He … more
By JEN COWART It was tragedy followed by triumph. On Monday, July 10, 2017, Cranston's Steven A. Minicucci was sworn in at the Rhode Island State House as the newest Associate Justice of the Rhode Island Workers' Compensation Court by Gov. Gina Raimondo. more
By PAM SCHIFF & MERI R. KENNEDY As part of the Teen Summer Program at the Cranston Public Libraries, participants received a lesson on Drones. They were taught the difference between Drones and Quadcopters by Chris Williams of Cloud City Drones in more
By JEN COWART The Oaklawn Elementary School community brought out all the colors of the rainbow after a rainy week at the end of the school year, as they brought their enthusiasm over to Tate Field, the track next to Bain Middle School for a Saturday more
By JACOB MARROCCO About a month ago, 2nd Time Around Sports owner Joe Mastrati began to receive some shocking e-mails. They were complaints from the Better Business Bureau, and they concerned people who thought they were losing out on their consignment more
To finish up the Sunday school year, the students and teachers at St. David’s on the Hill Episcopal Church hosted their final “Youth Sunday” of the year, a quarterly event where the students … more
Official welcomes Mayor Allan Fung welcomed two businesses to 815 Reservoir Ave. last week. DBS Building Solutions (top) offers commercial cleaning and handyman services. They currently have 35 employees and utilize 300 local sub-contractors. Pictured more
Taste of Italy On June 29, Mayor Allan Fung welcomed Lou Umberto's Italian Kitchen to the business community. They are located at 1606 Cranston St. and feature pizza, prepared foods and fresh baked Italian bread made on the premises. Also offering a more
At Pumpkin Patch Academy, preschool teacher Cheryl Martin is known for her attention to detail on a day-to-day basis, and for her “epic” culminating activities to her Gray Elephants’ learning … more
By PAM SCHIFF Cranston High School West graduate Allie Marisi hosted her first cancer fundraiser for the American Society on Thursday, June 29 at the Santa Maria di Prata Society. The room was decorated in pink for the Breast Cancer event, and there were more
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