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By DANIEL KITTREDGE A new amenity may be on the way for residents of the Knightsville community. Ward 5 Councilman Chris Paplauskas has announced plans to propose the creation of a pocket park" on the former highway garage site adjacent to the" more
MULTIPLE CHARGES On Feb. 13 at 4:23 p.m., police arrested Michael Charpentier, 52, 46 Clemence St., Cranston, on charges of reckless driving/eluding police, manufacturing/possession/delivery of a controlled substance, obstructing an officer in the more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE Ballots won't be cast for the better part of two years, but maneuvering has begun in the race to succeed Allan Fung as Cranston's mayor. Numerous candidates say they are considering a bid to become the city's chief executive, a post more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE Creation of a new task force focused on addressing nuisance properties in the city has been proposed, although the exact parameters of the plan remain subject to discussion. Ward 1 Councilwoman Lammis Vargas submitted the proposal, more
With the deadline to file 2018 individual income tax returns a short two months away, United Way of Rhode Island is reminding Rhode Islanders they may be eligible to have their federal and state taxes prepared for free. The assistance is provided through more
By JOHN HOWELL Travis Williams is a boy. He's 10. Yet he knows what he wants - a man cave. On Valentine's Day, the Cranston fourth-grader - who suffers from a rare congenital disorder known as caudal regression syndrome - learned he would get what he more
100 angels The 100 concert goers who died in the Station nightclub fire 16 years ago this Wednesday will be remembered quietly this year as no formal ceremony is planned until the 20th anniversary of the tragedy, Gina Russo, president of the Station Fire more
By ETHAN HARTLEY A labor bill introduced by the Rhode Island House of Representatives is already poised to become one of the hot button issues of the new legislative session, as the proposed bill, H5260, would expand the reach of binding arbitration in more
Students at Bain Middle School recently participated in a “Souper Bowl” contest, in which students brought in cans of soup and placed them into a bucket for either the New England Patriots or Los … more
By PAM SCHIFF Are you smarter than a band geek? That was the challenge set out to participants in the Cranston East Alumni Music Association's dinner buffet and trivia fundraiser at Lemongrass Restaurant in Warwick on Saturday. More than 100 tickets were more
Students at Eden Park Elementary School recently purchased whipped cream pies to raise money to lower the costs of the school yearbook. Teachers and staff members then volunteered to be “pied” by … more
The Rhode Island Press Association is welcoming applications for its annual $1,000 scholarship, which is awarded to an outstanding college student who is preparing for a career in print journalism. The deadline for applications for this year's more
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