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March for Meals On March 21, Mayor Allan Fung took part in the Meals on Wheels of Rhode Island's 2019 March for Meals Senior Hunger Awareness Campaign as he delivered a meal to 84-year-old Vincenzo DiPippo. A veteran, DiPippo served in the Korean War and 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
Enjoy this complete library of images we captured of the city's graduation ceremonies and festivities. more
"Let the games begin” were the last words hundreds of senior citizens heard at the closure of opening ceremonies for the 18th annual CVS/Caremark Senior Games held this past weekend at Cranston … more
A second round of aerial mosquito spraying is set to be conducted in two areas of Rhode Island this week as part of an effort to prevent additional cases of Eastern equine encephalitis. One of the … more
The Artists' Exchange, located at 50 Rolfe Square, held their 5th annual Fall Out of Summer Arts Festival this past weekend. The event attracted residents and visitors of all ages who enjoyed … more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE Cranston's recent enactment of a nine-month moratorium on commercial-scale solar projects has survived an initial legal challenge, although litigation remains pending from the companies behind a proposed solar installation off Vaughn more
By HERALD STAFF Several Cranston residents and parishioners received honors during the Diocese of Providence's Catholic Youth Ministry and Scout Awards Celebration held earlier this month. Richard W. Conard Jr. received the 2019 St. George Emblem, which more
Singing semi-finalists It was standing room only most of Saturday at center court at Warwick Mall for the Jeffrey Osborne Hand Me the Mic" semifinals. Eleven girls between the ages of 13 and 19 performed in an effort to be selected to compete July 30 at" more
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By DANIEL KITTREDGE It may be a parent or a neighbor. It may be a person ahead in line at the supermarket or the tax collector's office. The signs can be subtle and vary widely, from forgetting what day it is or having trouble remembering a word to more
By JOHN HOWELL Liam Derosa is not your typical troubadour. For starters, he just turned 13. He'll be at Park View Middle School this fall and he's not on a circuit. But he has a gig on Saturday mornings where he can make $60 to $90, depending on the more
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