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Tony's Pizza celebrates 50 years Tony's Pizza of Cranston first opened in 1970 and has served the greater Cranston community throughout the years. The original Tony's of Cranston was located at 514 Pontiac Ave. and later moved to 548 Pontiac Ave. The more
A new kind of Stroll This past weekend, nearly 50 vehicles took part in the first Care-A-Van Stroll in place of the 18th Tomorrow Fund Stroll, which supports children and their families through cancer battles. The pandemic prevented the stroll from being more
By DON FOWLER As I sit at home staring at my computer, not having witnessed a live artistic performance or sat in a movie theater for nearly three months, I realize how much the arts and the big screen movies played in my life. I began reminiscing about more
By CINDY FERA Being home so much of the time on my hands, has been very interesting. I've had the chance to talk to neighbors that I've never really sat down and chatted with. Most of these people are elderly and have lived in the area for decades. It's more
The Academy of American Poets has announced that Tina Cane, State Poet of Rhode Island, has been named one of its 2020 Poets Laureate Fellows. Cane, a resident of East Providence, will receive $50,000 to support community-based poetry projects throughout more
In 1905, Domenico Palmieri opened a bakery on Ledge Street in the North End of Providence.Now, 115 years later and located at 624 Killingly St. in Johnston, D. Palmieri’s Bakery remains a … more
By KELLY SULLIVAN Nazi leader Hermann Goering was confident that the skies over Germany would never be crossed by enemy planes. His confidence was later shaken but the price for proving him wrong was American life. William Reginald Thorpe Jr. was born in more
Summer baseball has always been a part of Will Geoghegan’s life, going back to his childhood when his family used to watch Cape Cod League games while vacationing in Massachusetts.They attended … more
By DON FOWLER With so many people staying at home these days - and especially nights - television has become a primary source of entertainment. The good news is that Netflix, HBO, Disney+ and the multitude of emerging subscription channels has increased more
By DON FOWLER Paul Padriac had a thriving business going during the time of the last Super Bowl. Large orders were pouring out of his business, Keane's Wood-Fired Catering, at 1850 Broad St. in the heart of Edgewood. There was no gathering too large for more
By KELLY SULLIVAN On Oct. 8, 1891, as Mary Brenner lay dying from the effects of ingesting the pesticide Paris Green, she made a final statement - her five-day-old daughter, also named Mary, was not the child of her husband, Gustav Brenner. Gustav was a more
Tuesday the time of this writing water temperature at Conimicut Point was 62 degrees F, at Narragansett Pier it was 55 degrees F and sea water temperature at Narragansett Pier is expected to rise to … more
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