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By MICHAIAH & ABIGAIL KOJOIAN The only word to describe this cat is sweet. She was found outside but is now ready to be a house cat. The day before her picture was taken for this article, she was spayed and although her incision was fresh, she didn't more
The Rhode Island Department of Health (RIDOH) and the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management (DEM) are advising people to avoid contact with Elm Lake, Roosevelt Lake and the Japanese Gardens in Roger Williams Park in Providence due to a more
By JACOB MARROCCO While one piece of legislation that originated with State Rep. Robert Lancia has been signed into law by Gov. Gina Raimondo, another hangs in limbo as the state budget impasse continues. House Bill 5207, sponsored by Lancia (R, District more
By JACOB MARROCCO Seeing Gene Plunkett speak at a Solarize Cranston event in late June was no surprise. An electrician for 35 years, Plunkett speaks with zeal about his trade and he's been a proponent of solar power for decades. In fact, it was a solar more
MURDER Colonel Michael J. Winquist, Chief of the Cranston Police Department, last Wednesday announced the arrest of a 17-year-old juvenile male for the murder of a local man found deceased in Massachusetts. According to a press release, on July 18, 2017, more
The Cranston Police Department announced in a report on Tuesday that it has closed its internal investigation into an incident that occurred on May 18 at its annual police memorial ceremony. The report concludes that one officer, identified by various more
By PAM SCHIFF Cooperative Strategies and JACOBS Engineering/Architectural firm addressed the Cranston City Council at a special meeting held on this past Monday to discuss deficiencies throughout all the schools in the district, noting that it would take more
By JACOB MARROCCO The Cranston City Council passed an amended ordinance, 6-2, Monday night prohibiting fishing from the guardrail and street at the scenic overlook on Ocean Avenue. Citywide Councilman Ken Hopkins was absent from proceedings. The original more
By JOHN HOWELL Cranston has told its printer to go ahead with producing its car tax bills, but there may be a wait. Mark Schieldrop, assistant to Mayor Allan Fung, said Monday that the bills should be on their way very soon" but the impasse has put the" more
By MERI R. KENNEDY New Hope Art Gallery Summer Exhibit The New Hope Art Gallery's Summer Exhibit opening will be on July 25 from 4 to 7:30 p.m. at the Michael A. Traficante Enrichment Center. The New Hope Art Gallery, at the Senior Center, is under the more
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