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By JACOB MARROCCO Adam Mellor is on a mission to live with no regrets. The 42-year-old Cranston native has been traveling for 14 months and counting during his quest to see all 196 countries on the globe. The inspiration for his trials and tribulations more
Cranston High School East is proud to present their Honor Roll for the second quarter of 2016-2017. Students are recognized for achieving academic success using the following designations: Highest Honors - those students who achieved a grade point average more
By PAM SCHIFF Cranston SEAC (Special Education Advisory Committee) held their monthly meeting on Feb. 7 at the Horton Building. SEAC was established in order to help facilitate the provision of special education and related services to meet the unique more
On Monday, February 27, from 5-8 p.m., the One Cranston Partnership invites city residents to a community “Speak Out” at Bain Middle School, 135 Gansett Avenue in Cranston, to inform and help … more
By JACOB MARROCCO Reporting crime in Cranston is now just a few clicks away. The Cranston Police Department recently unveiled a new Online Police Reporting System that allows affected residents to file non-emergency police reports online. Major Todd more
ASSAULT After receiving a disturbance call at 65 Rockcrest Drive, Officers Lavey and Reis arrested Jennifer Bello, 29, of the same address, on Feb. 7 just after 9 p.m., for domestic simple assault, domestic disorderly conduct, resisting arrest and two more
By PAM SCHIFF Dedication, devotion, patience, a sense of humor and a good immune system. All highly regarded and necessary job skills when you are a teacher. And, when you have been teaching elementary students for 47 years like Kathleen Perry, you put more
By JOHN HOWELL The House leadership will sponsor a resolution to create a commission to study giving the governor what 44 other governors already have - the power of the line-item veto of the budget approved by the legislature. There is no legislation" more
After getting her start at the Beacon and spending nearly four years as Congressman Jim Langevin's communications director, Meg Geoghegan is on her way to a new venture as director of communications at the Rhode Island Department of more
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