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Finding our way up from rock bottom

If you spent last week like we did - watching incredulously as terror seized a grip on the nation's capital - then it may be difficult to process the emotions and repercussions of what it all means, now and going forward. It may also be difficult to keep

A collaborative approach to a better Rhode Island

Trump as king cobra

Charlie Hall Cartoons 01-14-2021

No student should be punished for the sins of their parents


By ALEX SPONSELLER The Cranston West girls basketball team featured one of the younger rosters in its division last season, but was able to qualify for a postseason berth. After falling in the preliminary round of the playoffs, the Lady Falcons are

The weather has been pretty good for fishing this week. AJ Coots of Red Top Sporting Goods, Buzzards Bay said, "e;Saltwater fishing has slowed down quite a bit. Some anglers are targeting maceral and hold over school striped bass (on the Cape Cod Canal)
By ALEX SPONSELLER Two Johnston natives are getting set to lead the UMass-Dartmouth Corsairs in the upcoming women's basketball season. Junior Jordan Moretti, who has become a key member of UMD's back court during her first two seasons, has welcomed
I touched on this a little bit in last week's column, but here are my thoughts and storylines heading into the 2021 high school boys basketball season. Of course, it will look largely different considering the circumstances. The regular season will be
By ALEX SPONSELLER After losing 12 seniors, last year's Cranston East boys basketball team took its lumps as it featured perhaps the youngest roster in all of Division I. Although the Bolts are still young heading into the 2021 season, they certainly do

Healthy food has never been more important than now

The way to a man's heart is through his stomach. The above idiom is probably familiar to most people. It was a way of saying that if a woman cooks for a man, he will love her because he loves to eat and he loves someone who does something nice for him.

EG Historical Preservation Society invites community to meet Elder John Gorton

Back in the Day: Alternative care in the 1800s

Boltcutter teams up with Theodore James for new single 'Bellows'

RISCA to commission public art for Garrahy Judicial Complex

By HERALD STAFF A city woman was killed after being struck by a vehicle while walking her dog on Reservoir Avenue on the evening of Jan. 5, according to Cranston Police. Janet Rochon, 65, was transported to Rhode Island Hospital with "e;very serious
DOMESTIC CHARGES On Jan. 6 at 6:50 a.m., police arrested Coby R. Prudhomme, 21, 12 State St., North Kingstown, on charges of domestic assault with a deadly weapon and domestic disorderly conduct. On Nov. 7 at 11:34 a.m., police arrested Allan J.
By ARDEN BASTIA Rhode Island State Police, local law enforcement, and many community members agree that reckless ATV, dirt bike and motorbike riders on public roads are a serious public safety issue, and calls are being made for new action to address the
MURDER On Dec. 29 at 2:44 p.m., police arrested Charles Gangi, 73, 17 B St., Cranston, on charges of first-degree murder, discharge of a firearm when committing a crime of violence, assault with a deadly weapon in a dwelling house, and firing in a
By DANIEL KITTREDGE A "e;heated argument"e; between two men at a B Street home led to the city's second murder of 2020, according to Cranston Police. Charles Gangi, 73, of 17 B St. has been charged with first-degree murder in the killing of his girlfriend's
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Summer prelude

Text and photos By JOHN HOWELL Veterans Memorial Junior High School Principal David Tober was dunked at least 10 times Monday morning. He didn't mind it. In fact, he said it was refreshing. No wonder. With temperatures climbing into the high 80s, a

DPW director to retire, cites need for a long-term plan

$5M for roads a start, says DPW director

Cedar Hill student wins Mini Meteorologist contest

RI ranked worst state for a road trip, but commerce data disagrees

Pet of the Week

Animal Talk Pet of the Week: Mona

Mona's loving owner passed away unexpectedly, and now she needs a new home. She's hoping you could be the one, and she's available in North Scituate today.