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Artificial Intelligence has been more than a buzzword for the entirety of 2023. ChatGPT, a program that generates everything from essays to songs to instructions, has been at the forefront of this … more
The Rhode Island Town and City Clerks’ Association’s Elections Committee is behind six bills to optimize local elections by altering the selection and size of polling locations, allowing … more
The Cranston Police Department is sponsoring a Spring Festival at Rolfe Square this Sunday, May 21, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Community Outreach Captain Justin Dutra, a member of the department … more
He can imagine what it would be like hiding in a classroom as gunshots echo through school hallways. “I’m in a classroom and I hear a guy walking down the corridor and he’s shooting … What do I want between me and him?” asked grandfather and retired Warwick Police Capt. Tim Colgan. “I don’t want a social worker; I don’t want a psychiatrist; I don’t want the principal. I want a cop between me and him. And I think most people feel that way. I think they do.” more
What Cheer Flower Farm, an Olneyville-based nonprofit that farms and gives away upwards of 100,000 flowers a year, is set to expand their fields and grow their operation with help from grants … more
The Cranston School Committee extended its thanks to the City Council for its efforts in appropriating an additional $570,000 towards the school department’s budget for fiscal year 2023 as well … more
There’s nothing quite like walking out onto a freshly raked ball diamond on a crisp spring afternoon — squinting up at the sunlight and blindly walking into the freshly clipped outfield grass. Nothing sours that moment faster than sinking your sole into a steaming pile of poop. more
When Edgewood Highland kindergarten mom, Amy Sloane overheard some of the PTO moms complaining about the lack of progression on the school beautification project she got to thinking. "I drew up an … more
The Cranston Public School District has been recognized as a recipient of the National Association of Music Merchants Best in Music Education Award for the second year in a row. The award, which … more
The Gaspee Days Committee has been looking for the spark to get people to show off the historic event it celebrates and it looks like they have it – a picture of the HMS  Gaspee in … more
Johnston, North Providence and Smithfield residents in need of community services have a new beacon of hope shining on Greenville Avenue. The Tri-County Community Action Agency snipped the … more
Following more than a year-long investigation, Johnston Police arrested a juvenile last week and charged him with manslaughter in the 2022 shooting death of Dillon Viens. Viens’ death, first … more
The City Council met on Monday night to review their agenda and pass several routine pieces of legislation including zoning changes, and resolutions celebrating diversity,  to support citizens … more
In recognition of their accomplishments, The Gaspee Days Committee has named former Congressman James Langevin and Congressman David Cicilline grand marshals of this year’s Gaspee Days … more
The Cranston School Committee raised concerns with Mayor Ken Hopkins proposed level-funded 2024 operating budget at a special meeting of the Finance Committee Tuesday, April 18. Hopkins released … more
Bernadette Conte, a lifelong Knightsville resident, is making a documentary chronicling the area and its diverse history with the hope of revealing a three to four minute trailer at the opening of … more
By ED KDONIAN The Edgewood Waterfront Preservation Association (EWPA) and Pawtuxet Village Association (PVA) are seeking volunteers to help with an Earth Day cleanup April 29 at Stillhouse Cove … more
Debate over the construction of the Natick Ave Solar facility has been going on for years, and with yet another discussion coming up at the plan commission meeting on Wednesday, April 19, many may … more
“The village square,” as some have renamed the parking lot for six Pawtuxet businesses, will get to keep outdoor seating, bar and dance floor at a cost to the three … more
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