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An investigation is underway regarding a Cranston firefighter’s allegation of “inappropriate behavior by others,” according to Mayor Allan Fung’s administration. “We … more
By JACOB MARROCCO Mayor Allan Fung served as lead speaker and emcee Tuesday morning at North Providence Town Hall as a group of municipal leaders announced that 16 of Rhode Island's cities and towns across the state are filing a joint legal challenge to more
Imagine, in just a decade, Cranston’s electricity needs being met entirely through renewable energy sources, including solar and wind. That is the vision the Rhode Island Rhode Island … more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE Barbara Ann Fenton, the wife of Mayor Allan Fung, has filed to legally change her last name to Fenton-Fung - and she continues to leave the door open to a run for office, although she says no decision has been made on that front. In more
Eagles have had an impact on the Pawtuxet Rangers, or more accurately on the Rangers’ Armory on Remington Street in the village. Over the past four years, five Eagle Scout projects have … more
On Friday, Nov. 1, during a highly anticipated event, the Cranston High School West school community hosted its 2019 Homecoming Pep Rally. It was the first official event held on the new football field, which has been undergoing renovations more
Another hopeful has announced plans to seek a seat on the City Council in next year's election. Matthew Reilly held a formal kickoff event for his bid to succeed Ward 6 Councilman Michael Favicchio on Tuesday. more
Scouts from Troops 6 and 66 in Cranston waited to leap into action at the Rhode Island Community Food Bank Saturday morning, anxiously anticipating the next pickup truck or minivan that would back in waiting to be unloaded. more
“There has never been this breadth and depth [of research], there’s never been this [level of] collaboration and sharing of information,” said Terry Fogerty, community outreach coordinator at the Alzheimer’s Disease & Memory Disorders Center at Rhode Island Hospital. more
Monday’s event drew a particularly notable guest – Dr. Carla Hayden, the 14th Librarian of Congress. She is the first woman and the first African American to hold the post, and her visit was the first to the Ocean State from a sitting Librarian of Congress. more
Annie Oster of Scituate has seen enough of nursing home treatment of her sister to know conditions need to improve, and unless they do, she and the rest of us run the risk of less than adequate care in our twilight years. Oster's more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE “A community reveals itself not only by the people it produces,” Michael Traficante said, quoting President John F. Kennedy, “but also by the people it chooses to honor … more
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