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Johnston Police are looking for a trio of alleged shade thieves. Around 1:15 p.m., Nov. 8, Johnston Police responded to a local business to investigate a reported designer sunglasses … more
A Pawtucket man has been sentenced to 15 years behind bars in connection to a 2021 violent home invasion in Johnston. His alleged accomplice has never been identified. Rhode Island Attorney … more
This past June, Steven Carrera, 14, moved from Guatemala to the U.S. when his aunt offered him an opportunity to come and live with her and study in America. The teen had to decide quickly if he … more
If there’s one word to describe the interior of Lexus Fernandez and Evan Delpeche’s Cranston store Soulita, it’s cozy. The building’s warm tones, relaxing aroma of products … more
By EMMA BARTLETT A new aerial ladder fire truck will join the Cranston Fire Department's force thanks to a $1 million grant the department received earlier this fall from the Federal Emergency … more
Two months into the new school year and Cranston’s student lunch debt is rapidly increasing districtwide. According to Cranston Public Schools’ (CPS) Chief Financial Officer Joseph … more
St. Rocco School held its Veterans Day Prayer Service Wednesday, Nov. 9 at St. Rocco Church, 931 Atwood Ave., Johnston. Students from St. Rocco School read poems that they wrote, … more
The Rhode Island Department of Education (RIDE) released the final results of the 2022 Rhode Island Comprehensive Assessment System (RICAS) tests Friday. Following the pandemic, school … more
Families lined Rolfe Street and Park Avenue Friday for the city’s Veterans Day Parade. The parade returned to the city last year after a 20 year hiatus and drew a large group for the … more
When it comes to having a well prepared Navy, training is key. Saab Inc. – which set up its Autonomous and Undersea Systems Division in Cranston in January 2022 – recently won a $173.2 … more
A truck full of 222 turkeys was quickly emptied Friday morning behind the cannon memorial between Rolfe Street and Pontiac Avenue as Cranston Cares founders Justin Erickson and Ed Brady handed out … more
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