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Attorney General Peter F. Kilmartin recently announced a settlement agreement between the State of Rhode Island and Children's Rights, Inc., resolving a decade-long civil action that alleged deficiencies at the Rhode Island Department of Children, Youth more
An old adage exclaims, “Hope Springs Eternal.” A new year offers the possibility that government, whether local, state, or federal might fulfill its most basic tenant and actually serve the needs … more
By THOMAS GREENBERG Cranston's department of community development is paying for a one-time delivery of 100 gallons of heating oil to Cranston residents who meet certain income guidelines. Stephanie Sussi, interim director of community development, said more
To the Editor: I don't want no wild-eyed, gun totin' good ole boys from out west comin' up here to Row Dylan packin' heat. This seems to be the sentiment of critics like Cranston's Tom Wojick, who is concerned that the Fix NICS Act" of 2017 will" more
By MERI R. KENNEDY On what might have been one of the coldest day on record, Jan. 6, approximately 50 people, including Mr. and Mrs. Claus, as well as at least half a dozen beauty queens and Mayor Allan Fung and his wife Barbara Ann Fenton, made for a more
By THOMAS GREENBERG Fire Marshal Stephen MacIntosh said Tuesday that the investigation into the fire that burned down a barn just 15 feet from a residence on Seven Mile Road is still ongoing, but the expectation is they'll never know what caused it. The more
By JEN COWART The brutally cold temperatures could not keep Future Falcons away from Cranston High School West on Sunday afternoon. The annual open house event, designed to let future students and parents of Cranston West and the Cranston Area Career and more
By JEN COWART As some may have been taking down all symbols of the celebration of Christmas during the past week, the parishioners at Saint David's on-the-Hill Episcopal Church were taking in one last Christmas tradition this past Sunday before saying more
By THOMAS GREENBERG Cranston's next city planner has a lot of work ahead of him. But because Jason Pezzullo has been working in the planning department for 12 years now, he and retiring director Peter LaPolla are ready for a seamless transition as more
Mayor Allan Fung welcomed College Bound, LLC to the business community on Jan. 3. The company’s mission is to “guarantee each student’s journey through the college application process is a … more
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