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By DANIEL KITTREDGE After falling short in legal challenges on the state level, a group of Cranston police and fire retirees now hopes to take its fight against local pension changes to the U.S. Supreme Court. The 69-member Cranston Police and Fire more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE After a debate that carried lingering tensions from the recent moves to increase the pay of the mayor and City Council starting in the next term, consideration of a proposal that would set a minimum hourly wage of $12.75 for city more
Rhode Island Transit Authority (RIPTA) today and in the future is the topic of October Lunch and Learn workshops presented by the Ocean State Center for Independent Living (OSCIL). RIPTA's aim is to provide safe, reliable and cost-effective public more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE State officials are urging dog owners to make sure their pets' vaccinations are up to date following confirmation of a canine distemper outbreak in two Rhode Island communities. According to a statement from the Department of more
SEXUAL ASSAULT On Sept. 23 at 2:52 p.m., police arrested Michael Lemoi, 70, 361 Phenix Ave., Cranston, on a charge of second-degree sexual assault. On Sept. 25 at 1:45 a.m., police arrested Peter Patrick Gonzalez, 33, 51 Greene Ave., Cranston, on a more
By ROB OATLEY Grab your guitars, leather pants and make-up, because the native Rhode Island band The Probers are holding their 30th anniversary show at The Met in Pawtucket Sunday, Oct. 6. Proceeds from the show will help the making of documentary The" more
Do you have a star encircled in gold on your Rhode Island driver's license? If not, there's still time to get your gold star REAL ID driver's license. Rhode Island residents who want to board an airplane will soon need a gold star on their driver's more
By ROB OATLEY Due to the relocation of the Rhode Island PBS transmitter, all Rhode Islanders who watched the station via TV antenna have found they are without a signal. The screen is blank, but that is changing. To get back Channel 36 they will need to more
By PETE FONTAINE Margaret Pinelli DiMuccio has been amazing people for all of her 105 years To this day, for example, her granddaughter's husband George Arakelian still marvels of DiMuccio's unique story of never - ever - having a license to drive an more
The humor and drama surrounding the relativistic enormity of childhood awaits to be celebrated and rediscovered at the Gamm Theater, as cast and crew gear up for their eight-show run of "Judy Moody"... more
Cranston to the core Every morning at the Garden City Dunkin' Donuts, Don Mellor, 98, and his wife, Helen, 95, enjoy time together. Born and raised in Cranston, the couple both served in World War II and raised six children. One their children, Tom, won more
By MERI R. KENNEDY Legos are now providing resident of Presidential Place in Cranston and Olmsted Gardens in Providence with a fun, creative challenge. A new initiative called the Unleash Builder Lego Pilot Program provides seniors with the principles of more
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