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There is presently no vaccine or cure for COVID-19, and it remains uncertain when one might be developed - let alone widely available. But Rhode Islanders now have a chance to participate in a dual study focused on what a local more
Herald, library to sponsor mayoral debate The Cranston Herald and Cranston Public Library will co-sponsor a debate between the two final candidates for mayor next month. Republican Citywide Councilman Ken Hopkins and Democratic candidate Maria Bucci will more
By PETE FONTAINE The Rev. Andrew George, the long-serving pastor at Church of the Annunciation, spent much of summer answering telephone calls and responding to emails regarding the popular Cranston Greek Festival - which, like countless events more
Lillian Clare Hassett, 90, of Cranston, passed away on September 18, 2020. She was the wife of the late Alfred F. Hassett, II. Born in Cranston, she was a daughter of the late Lionel and Mary … more
A New England panel of fishing industry leaders will meet with Rep. Jared Huffman (D-CA) Monday, Sept. 28, 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. (ET) at his ninth listening session on the Magnuson-Stevens Act (MSA), the federal fishing law of this nation. I am proud to say more
For a sense of how Rhode Island progressives are feeling more muscular, consider how Reclaim RI staged a news conference outside the Statehouse last week to speak against an "austerity budget."; The conventional wisdom on Smith Hill is that without more
Rhode Island's average gas price is down one cent from last week averaging $2.14 per gallon. Monday's price is 1one cent higher than a month ago and 39 cents cheaper than September 21, 2019. Rhode Island's average gas price is 4 cents lower than the more
FROM STAFF REPORTS Last week the Rhode Island Interscholastic League unveiled its new COVID-19 modifications for the upcoming fall sports season. For all sports, all players, coaches, officials, fans and media members will be required to wear face more
We made it. High school sports are back in session with organized fall activities beginning this week. As we know, the only sports that will be played this season include boys and girls soccer, boys and girls cross country, field hockey and cheerleading. more
Kathleen Crudele isn’t about to close to book on raising funds even though the MS Walk was held virtually in April. A Warwick resident, Crudele was diagnosed with MS in 2009. It was a … more
Every day life has changed amid COVID-19. Death lurks on every strange doorknob, in the breath of strangers who are unsociably distant, on the buttons of the elevator, and, unknowingly, amidst our own relatives. Death rules all television news, radio more
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