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It was spring of 2020 when Woodridge Elementary Principal Marisa Jackson envisioned creating a 21st century library space for students. Made up of movable furniture, a cozy reading nook and small … more
“Saluti membri della Society!” That was the Italian opening statement from David Venditelli, proud president of the iconic Pannese Society, that appears inside the nonprofit’s … more
It has been three difficult years for Richard and Kathleen Gemma — as well as the highly-respected brotherhood of the Johnston Fire Department — since the passing of Richard R. … more
State Rep. Ed Cardillo stood up at the end of Tuesday’s hearing. “An absolute joke!” He said loudly, following the Johnston Board of Canvassers’ third rejection of a … more
In response to Rhode Island’s statewide body camera policy program, Cranston’s Police Department is looking at several body cameras companies for 90 of the department’s officers. … more
“What color would you like?” was one of the first questions volunteers asked kids Saturday morning when families picked up free backpacks from the Back to School Celebration of Rhode … more
As always at this time of year there are many new faces in Cranston schools. That’s the process and to be expected. Yet classroom veterans will likewise be seeing and meeting new administrative … more
Never before, according to records dating back to 2004, has the St. Rocco’s Feast and Festival enjoyed as much sparkling success as last week’s four-day fun, food and music … more
Johnston’s state senator has been working for the town since Jan. 1. His opponents say the position was a maneuver to keep him out of the mayor’s race. State Sen. Frank Lombardo III … more
By EMMA BARTLETT When Nate Poshkus, 19, picked up the guitar for the first time in third grade, he never imagined that 11 years later he’d find himself flying to New York City and Los … more
It was a Wednesday in August when Rep. Joseph McNamara (D-Dist. 19, Cranston, Warwick) found himself talking about the state’s senior-focused legislation with a female constituent. The woman, … more
Troop 66 Garden City celebrated seven scouts at Lakewood Baptist Church Thursday who made the rank of Eagle, the highest rank in scouting. The boys, who have been close friends throughout their … more
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