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Time for tea During the Pawtuxet Village Farmers Market at Rhodes on the Pawtuxet on Saturday morning, children from Little Learners Playgroup enjoyed a tea party hosted by Sanctuary Herbs of Providence. The youngsters - many dressed in tea party attire more
By MERI R. KENNEDY On Oct. 25, the Cranston Historical Society will host its annual Charlie the Butler Ghost Party beginning at 7 p.m. at the Governor Sprague Mansion, located at 1353 Cranston St. in Cranston. When the Cranston Historical Society more
A Memory Café Friday, Oct. 11 at 10 a.m.Memory Café is a monthly gathering of individuals with memory loss along with their caregivers, friends and family in a safe, supportive and … more
25 years of TLC Mayor Allan Fung recently helped Tracey Ciccone Di Troia and her mother, Linda Ciccone, celebrate the 25 years that they have been in business together at TLC Performing Arts at 1280 Park Ave., presenting a citation from the city in honor more
By PAM SCHIFF For most people, friendships that last past high school are rare, and ones that began at birth and lasted until death are exceptional. When Aaron Murphy lost his three-year battle with metastatic synovial sarcoma on Monday, July 8, 2019, at more
By KELLSIE KING Ray Rickman, a former state representative and one-time deputy secretary of state, visited the Cranston Public Library's Central Library on Sept. 24 to share stories from his involvement in the civil rights movement during the 1950s and more
Celebrating Hispanic heritage City Hall played host to Cranston's first-ever celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month on Oct 3. The City Council in August unanimously adopted a resolution joining the national observance of the month, which occurs from more
By JEN COWART Throughout the summer months and into the fall, signs of steady progress have been seen at the new Cranston High School West football field. Last week's latest additions - the turf and new Cranston West logo - have only added to the more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE Vaping has been the focus of intense attention and scrutiny across the nation in recent weeks, as hundreds of cases of mysterious - and often sudden - lung injuries have been reported in what health officials have described as an more
MULTIPLE CHARGES On Oct. 4 at 8:33 a.m., police arrested Todd Askew, 41, 300 Smithfield Road, Apt. 3, North Smithfield, on charges of reckless driving, assault, violation of a no-contact order and driving with a suspended license, third or subsequent more
Coffee with a Cop Members of the Cranston Police Department visited the Dunkin' Donuts location on Sockanosett Cross Road as part of National Coffee with a Cop Day. Residents stopped in throughout the morning to discuss concerns in their neighborhoods more
By MERI R. KENNEDY Harvest Festival at Bain Hugh B. Bain Middle School will host its annual Fall Festival on Saturday, Oct. 19, from noon to 3 p.m. at Tate Field at the Bain track, located at 135 Gansett Ave. The event will feature vendors, crafts, more
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