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It’s never too early to prepare for storms, according to Cranston’s police and fire departments. Making sure homes have canned food, flashlights and bottled water on hand are some of the … more
A Glimmer of Hope Foundation brings the near impossible to light. The organization makes children stricken with cancer and other extreme illnesses smile by providing them with bald dolls that look … more
The city’s recently renegotiated contract with the Local 1363 International Association of Fire Fighters includes several updates including the development of an officer’s training … more
Those hunting for remnants of the HMS Gaspee that colonists set afire more than 250 years ago off Namquid Point (now Gaspee Point) have located multiple targets as of Tuesday, but so far, only one … more
Perhaps Johnston resident George Lazzareschi Jr., the popular president of the Italo-American Club of Rhode Island, said it best about the Providence-based group’s annual clambake and … more
At 12:07 a.m., Sunday, July 17, Rhode Island State Troopers arrested Michael F. Sabitoni, 55, of 22 Peppermint Lane, Johnston, for Driving Under the Influence of an Intoxicating Liquor and/or Drugs … more
When the Rhode Island Airport Corporation (RIAC) drafted a 20-year master plan for Green Airport in 2019, it was thought expansion of air cargo facilities to the south of the terminal in what is now … more
By JOHN HOWELL Gaspee Point has hidden its secrets well, although divers found a “cultural item,” a brick, as they prepared over the weekend for a more extensive search this week in … more
Mayor Ken Hopkins announced Friday in a press release that Fitch Ratings Agency affirmed Cranston’s AA+ rating on the city’s outstanding general obligation bonds. As part of a scheduled … more
By EMMA BARTLETT Approximately 400 teachers and school administrators gathered in Cranston East’s auditorium Monday night for the City Council finance committee meeting concerning the … more
Lucio Mancini could easily be spotted each year in the St. Mary’s Feast procession. While those walking in the event wore flip flops or shorts due to the intense summer heat, Lucio was always … more
By EMMA BARTLETT Cranston’s Lynne McCormack, 57, is the new director of the Rhode Island State Council on the Arts (RISCA).  Announcement of her selection from 70 applicants was made … more
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