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Grade 8 High Honors: Hamza Al-Tarazi, Keisy S. Aldana Gamarra, Joshua L. Brynes, Naomi I. Costa, Cassandra I. Fuentes, Keira G. Goffe, Joya Habchi, Thomas K. Henin, David Kim, Hailin Liu, Betelhem K. Mitiku, Johnson Oun, Joseph Oun, Angelyn V. Pineda more
1070 Cranston St. 780-6000 Tax relief eligibility RSVP Financial Literacy Volunteers will be available on Jan. 26 and Feb. 23 from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. to check your eligibility for a RI Property Tax Relief Credit (Form RI-104H) and/or City Tax Freeze and more
Armstrong family welcomes twins Patrick and Patricia Armstrong of Dumont, New Jersey, announce the birth of their identical twin daughters, Madelyn Hope and Stella Faith, on April 5, 2020, at Englewood Hospital in New Jersey. Patricia is the daughter of more
In an effort to help students and families overcome any barriers to receiving much needed college financial aid, the Rhode Island Student Loan Authority (RISLA) College Planning Center and The Rhode Island Department of Education (RIDE) will host a more
Additional arrests made in connection with ATV incident Cranston Police have made multiple additional arrests in connectionwith a highly publicized New Year’s Day incident involving a group … more
Coffee for a year It was a fun week of surprises for Dunkin'. To kick off 2021 and celebrate the release of the company's new Extra Charged Coffee, local Dunkin' business owners decided to surprise local guests with a "e;little something extra"e; when they more
A new rapid Covid-19 testing site opened for asymptomatic Rhode Islanders Wednesday at the Shops at Greenwood, Suite 15 and 17, near the Rhode Island Blood Center on Greenwich Avenue.  An … more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE Appearing before the media for the first time since being announced as President-elect Joe Biden's pick for Secretary of Commerce - and joined by the man who will become her successor, Lt. Gov. Dan McKee - Gov. Gina Raimondo on Jan. more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE Rhode Island is "e;doing well"e; in its distribution of COVID-19 vaccinations despite the challenges posed by a limited supply coming from the federal level, Department of Health Director Dr. Nicole Alexander-Scott told members of the more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE The calendar has turned to 2021, but the echoes of 2020 will not easily fade. The frequently contentious tone of last year's Republican mayoral primary reemerged in recent days, with Michael Farina, the former president of the City more
When U.S. Rep. David Cicilline's political obituary was being written in 2012, did anyone think he would be at the center of an effort to impeach an embattled president almost a decade later? That sharp contrast reflects a political journey with some more
CHILD CRUELTY/NEGLECT On Jan. 16 at 7:29 p.m., police arrested Marvin Bastien, 35, 11 Eagle St., Apt. 260, Providence, on a charge of cruelty to or neglect of child. Police say Bastien was arrested as a result of a call for service on Garfield Avenue. more
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