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Cranston native Joy Fox is no stranger to politics. For years she worked as a communications staffer for different elected officials including then General Treasurer Gina Raimondo, and Congressman … more
By EMMA BARTLETT There are two relatively new technological assets that the Cranston Police Department implemented this past year: Flock safety cameras and the department's three foot by three foot drone. Both are assisting in police investigations and more
By JOHN HOWELL The former 12-year Cranston mayor and twice Republican candidate for governor anticipated the question he would get at the Thursday Warwick Rotary Club meeting. After 20 minutes of providing an overview of the political scene - from the more
A Cranston man, and former Warwick firefighter, has been accused of sending “tens-of-thousands of messages” threatening to shoot and kill Rhode Island politicians and public safety … more
She can’t see well, but she’s intelligent and even pretty good at math. Now she’s trying out acting, and soon she’ll make her debut on a television near you. Aria Mia … more
The Pilgrim and Johnston High School boys basketball teams were set to square off for an evening match in Warwick on Tuesday, but that afternoon, the game was postponed due to … more
All part of the plan They hadn’t counted on it, but Ted and MJ Reidy were able to fit in shoveling and snow blowing into their Sunday schedule. The couple was found outside their … more
By EMMA BARTLETT Approximately 60 people attended the City Council's American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) workshop on Jan. 27 with nine out of 18 individuals stepping forward to say they would like to see funds spent on affordable housing. The goal of the more
By EMMA BARTLETT Eight months ago, Cranston City Council overrode Mayor Ken Hopkins' veto to establish a diversity commission within the city - today, the commission waits on One Cranston Health Equity Zone to fill the last committee member seat. Daniel more
Julia Moretti, 7, held the laminated sky blue laboratory pass out straight. "I want to be a scientist," said the Saint Rocco School second-grader who dressed in a white lab coat emblazoned with a test-tube and light bulb researcher's more
By EMMA BARTLETT Superintendent Jeannine Nota-Masse has proposed an operating budget of $176,886,269 for the district's FY 2023 -a 3.47 percent increase from the current fiscal year's adopted budget of $170,962,401. If approved by the school committee, more
Pizza hunt RI Pizza Fans visit more than 100 pizzerias By EMMA BARTLETT Since the start of the pandemic, Knightsville resident Brian Sclama, 46, and his family have tried over 100 pizzerias across Rhode Island. Two or three nights a week, the family of more
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