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By MERI R. KENNEDY Editor's note: Due to the COVID-19 crisis, many organizations have canceled or postponed events scheduled for the coming weeks. We advise readers to check on the status of various events, and we will provide updates as they become more
By MERI R. KENNEDY The Cranston High School East class of 1979 was challenged by the class of 1980 to "e;pay it forward,"e; and they answered the call though a donation to the Comprehensive Community Action Program's Food Bank. Following in the footsteps of more
By DON FOWLER While dining out has been a casualty of COVID-19, we have learned to survive by dusting off old recipes, having pizza delivered and ordering take-out. With the addition of approved outdoor dining, many local restaurants have expanded their more
By ROB DUGUAY It might sound redundant to say, but a big testament to the true talent of a band is how much better they get over time. Years playing together can bring new ideas when it comes to songwriting, whether it's incorporating different styles or more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE Rhode Island is on course to enter the second phase of its reopening plan on June 1, Gov. Gina Raimondo announced Friday - and while a focus on "e;keeping your group size small and consistent"e; will remain, the transition would allow more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE Saying he "e;gave it my all for four years,"e; second-term Ward 2 City Councilman Paul McAuley has announced he will not seek reelection this year. "e;Serving the people that elect you is not just a political catch phrase. Every day as more
Celebrating 100th apart, but together Lolly Grello, who lived in Cranston for many years, was unable to gather with family to celebrate her 100th birthday on May 21 due to the pandemic. But using her iPad to take part in a Zoom call, she was able to mark more
What makes RI beautiful, unique, quirky, fun-sized and home? William Heydt decides! The Wickford Art Association is thrilled to announce the return of its most popular exhibit, "e;Art of the Ocean State."e; This year's exhibit introduces jurist William Heydt more
By HERALD STAFF A Cranston Police officer was arrested last week on a charge of simple assault as a result of a use-of-force investigation, according to Rhode Island State Police. Online court records show Andrew Leonard, 45, was released on $1,000 more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE Approval of a budget plan that includes a projected increase of more than $4 million in state education aid for Cranston Public Schools could leave the city responsible for that funding in the event it does not fully materialize, the more
Remembering our vets Navy veteran, chaplain and former Cranston state representative Robert Lancia offered prayers Monday morning at three war memorials in Coventry in observance of Memorial Day. The first of the observances, which included the laying of more
By JACOB MARROCCO As Operation Stand Down Rhode Island development director Dee DeQuattro put it, you can't cancel Memorial Day. As the coronavirus pandemic sweeps its way across the country, large public gatherings have been canceled as part of effort more
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