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The telegram arrived on Jan. 8, 1951. U.S. Army First Lt. Anthony R. Mazzulla went Missing In Action more than a month earlier, on Dec. 2, 1950. His mother had already lost one son. Losing a … more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE A broad-daylight shooting that occurred Monday on Hillwood Street remains under investigation, according to police, while the man shot in the incident - who was in a parked car with his girlfriend and her infant at the time - is more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE It's a place referred to, almost universally, as a "beautiful space" and a "gem." There's also broad agreement that it faces a host of issues, none of which will be easy, or cheap, to resolve. For now, the future of Meshanticut State more
By RORY SCHULER Hulk is a special dog - not just because he's on wheels. The 6-year-old mutt has a richer history than most humans. While homeless and living in the Middle Eastern nation of Jordan, Hulk was run over by a vehicle and left for dead on the more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE Next year, Pawtuxet Village will play host to the 250th anniversary celebration of Gaspee Days. Thousands of visitors will descend on Cranston and Warwick for a range of festivities as the neighboring communities mark a milestone in more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE "For me, he's the ultimate competitor. A true king of kings, conqueror of all." That's how Cranston native Rich Pellegrino described seven-time Super Bowl champion Tom Brady in a recent post on Instagram. And it's the vision he had in more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE A suspect in two Cranston bank robberies was taken into custody Oct. 1, according to Chief of Police Col. Michael Winquist, and information gleaned from both a doorbell security camera and the city's new license plate reading camera more
A suspect in two Cranston bank robberies was taken into custody Friday, according to Chief of Police Col. Michael Winquist. Edward Diamante, 34, of 65 Arnold St., Woonsocket, faces two counts of … more
Ocean State taxpayers will pay Johnston $1.5 million to help cover a small portion of the tax burden Amazon won’t be paying. Following the Johnston Town Council’s unanimous approval of … more
John Ricci unveiled his 1934 Cadillac slowly. He peeled off sheets and blankets like small strips of wrapping paper. The bright red hood and its chrome accents flashed in the afternoon sun streaming through the garage door windows. " more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE A new chapter in the storied history of the Park Theatre is in the works. Ed Brady and Jeff Quinlan, whose Dig In Dining restaurant group includes the Thirsty Beaver and other establishments in the area, are eying the local landmark more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE Traveling east or west along Park Avenue on the eastern side of the city? Expect more detours and delays - likely through early next year. The anticipated reopening of the Park Avenue railroad bridge, which carries the road over rail more
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