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He points to performance artist and perennial candidate Vermin Supreme as an inspiration, and he acknowledges not everyone will appreciate, or be in on, the joke. But he says he is serious about shaking things up in City Hall. more
Donors came with their trunks full of non-perishable food items during the Pop the Trunk Food Collection at Woodridge Congregational United Church of Christ on June 28. Donations will go directly to the more
Cranston resident Lucio Mancini, 82, has enjoyed gardening since 1972, when he bought his home in the Woodridge neighborhood. Today, he said he has more than 500 vegetable plants including cucumbers, scallions, tomatoes, more
For many Rhode Island students, the end of the year was full of lost chances and broken traditions. In hopes of making her son's fifth-grade graduation special, Monica Mays wanted to continue the tradition of giving a class gift to more
The following Cranston residents are graduates of the Community College of Rhode Island's class of 2020: Urwashi Chaulagain Adhikari Deepak Adhikari David W. Agin Julia Leigh Ahlquist Babatunde-Philip Akinsulire Mikayla Aubrie Albanese Melissa Gabriela more
City promotes online, drop-off payment options as tax deadline nears Tax bills are out and the due date is approaching, although members of the public are being reminded that the tax collection office at City Hall remains closed to the public. The city more
Now is the summer of our discontent. The freedom of Americans to do mostly whatever they want, gathering, shopping and consuming with abandon, faces a renewed threat from a resurgence of coronavirus infections. Rhode Island has fared well so far by more
DOMESTIC CHARGES On June 28 at 4:32 p.m., police arrested Dean M. Levy, 56, 130 Garden Hills Drive, Cranston, on charges of domestic disorderly conduct and driving under the influence. On June 30 at 8:33 a.m., police arrested Epaminandas Alvarez, 51, more
A sight for sore eyes After months of being partially closed, the Park Avenue Bridge over the Pocasset River, seen above, fully reopened to traffic last week. A detour for eastbound traffic, as seen at left, had been in place for more than a year as the more
By MERI R. KENNEDY CCAP launches new online benefits application platform As part of its continuous effort to provide the best possible service, the Comprehensive Community Action Program, or CCAP, has announced the launch of its new online application more
By JOHN HOWELL They come with different experiences and perspectives but a common goal to improve state health care services. Therefore, it wasn't surprising that two former presidents of Kent Hospital, John Hynes and Dr. Robert Baute, should question more
Just around the corner To those who frequent it, Conimicut Point in Warwick is not only a substitute, but the preferred choice to the beaches of South County. The reasons include a short ride to the beach, a short walk between parking lot and the sand, a more
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