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Police have released the identity of a man killed in a fiery crash on Pontiac Avenue earlier this month. Joseph Lacey, 25, of Providence, was positively identified by the state Medical Examiner's Office using DNA, Maj. Todd Patalano more
The Gloria Gemma Breast Cancer Resource Foundation will be kicking off Breast Cancer Awareness Month with the coming weekend's Flames of Hope: A Celebration of Life." The event will take place Oct. 1-2 in downtown Providence. The" more
Todd Mulholland is in the business of financial advising by day, but he's a movie-maker by night. Together with his wife Holly, he runs Mulholland Financial LLC in Cranston. In their off hours, they write, direct, produce, and sometimes more
Vargas, Aubin announce `We Mean Business' initiative Two of the Democratic candidates for at-large seats on the City Council are teaming up for a series of weekly visits to Cranston businesses. Kate Aubin and Lammis Vargas in a joint more
The Cranston Public Library is excited to announce “History is Alive: A Haunted History Tour of the Oak Lawn Branch Library.” The event, which will present both historical facts and paranormal … more
It's official - Dave's Marketplace will open a new location in Cranston. The company formally announced the long-rumored plans this week. The new store at 550 Pontiac Ave. will be the chain's 10th in Rhode Island. Construction is more
By JOHN HOWELL In a military ceremony preceded by a Mass he will officiate, Father Robert Marciano will retire from the Rhode Island Air National Guard on Oct. 1 after serving 36 years in the military. Marciano holds the rank of colonel and serves as more
The Warwick Police Department is asking for the community's assistance identifying a suspect after the Bank of America branch on West Shore Road was robbed. According to Lieutenant Snow, around 3 … more
By JOHN HOWELL Saying language that protects the teaching and learning environment is most important to them, the Warwick Teachers Union has turned down an offer that would, among other things, give them raises in line with other city employees and, more
Signs of the Nov. 8 election are everywhere, and they promise to get even more plentiful in the coming weeks. That presents a dilemma for Christine Allen, Mayor Scott Avedisian's campaign manager. In an interview Tuesday, she claimed a more
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