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It was the best birthday present a coach could ask for. At a rainy Cranston Stadium on Friday night, East head football coach Tom Centore, who was celebrating his 50th birthday, saw his 'Bolts score 27 unanswered points en more
Known throughout the local music community as the "Home Show,” the annual Cranston High School East marching band competition will be taking center stage at Cranston Stadium on Oct. 15. For more … more
The game of curling is about precision – moving stones across ice with accuracy down to a fraction of an inch. The Ocean State Curling Club, meanwhile, is eying some bigger moves. The club, … more
On Oct. 2, the Cranston Police and Fire Departments held the second annual Hot On Yer' Heels 5K through Garden City. Approximately 250 runners participated. TRIMOM Productions LLC conducted the race, including the course run and the more
DEMAND FOR PAYMENT from Casey Storage Solutions 201 Concord St. Pawtucket, RI 02860 This demand for cash or certified funds payment is made relative to the following: A019 Miguel … more
If Malik Gavek and Jay Bast hadn't already proved that they're two of the best all-around football players in the state, they certainly put no doubt in anyone's mind with their performances against previously-undefeated Cumberland on Friday night. The 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
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 East boys' soccer team didn't have a goal in 160 minutes of Division III action leading up to Monday's matchup with Paul Cuffee. Then, it scored 10. The 'Bolts (1-1-1) ran past the overmatched more
By JEN COWART At the age of 10, Coventry High School senior Jason Hoskins saw extreme poverty for the first time and was forever changed by it. Now, as college interviews and applications loom ahead, he's about to be able to do something about it. We" more
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