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Implementation of the city's ban on single-use plastic bags for retail checkout purposes remains set to be delayed, although final action will not occur until this week. During a special meeting on June 18, the City Council's more
By MERI R. KENNEDY St. Mary's Feast, a tradition with ties dating back to the ninth century in the Italian village of Itri, is a cherished part of Cranston's culture and heritage. Due to the pandemic, this year's celebration figures to be significantly more
Rhode Island is moving into the third phase of its reopening plan, Gov. Gina Raimondo announced Monday, although troubling trends across the country have led officials to scale back a handful of the … more
Rhode Island has confirmed its first case of a rare inflammatory illness that has affected children in other parts of the country during the COVID-19 crisis, Department of Health Director Dr. Nicole … more
Johnston state Rep. Stephen Ucci, a Democrat representing District 42, discusses his decision not to seek reelection this year. more
DOMESTIC CHARGES On June 17 at 7:27 p.m., police arrested Anthony R. Boulet, 21, 2072 Smith St., Apt. 306, North Providence, on a charge of domestic simple assault. Police say Boulet was additionally taken into custody on an arrest warrant issued from more
Cranston Y reopens After closing its facilities due to the governor's stay-at-home order, the Cranston YMCA reopened its fitness center and pool on June 8. "e;The Cranston YMCA has served the community for more than 65 years, during which we have made it more
By MERI R. KENNEDY Drop-off food collection at Woodridge Church Woodridge Church, located at 546 Budlong Road, will be hosting a drop-off food collection on Sunday, June 28, beginning at 10:30 a.m. and ending at 11:30 a.m. Come with your trunk full of more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE The three-day window for candidates to formally declare their plans to seek local and state elected offices arrived this week, and the contours of the contests ahead have come into far sharper focus. The candidate declaration did not more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE Fireworks have been lighting up the night sky across the city and communities throughout Rhode Island of late, but many residents and officials aren't celebrating. In fact, it's quite the opposite. Several residents on Monday urged more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE Since his recent announcement that he would not seek reelection this fall, it has been known that Ward 2 Councilman Paul McAuley's time on the City Council was drawing to an end. But his departure from the body has come much more more
Virtual reality Earlier this month, members of the class of 2020 at Cranston High School East, Cranston High School West and the New England Laborers'/Cranston Public Schools Construction & Career Academy took part in virtual graduation ceremonies, more
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