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Probe of Rolfe Square vandalism continues Police continue to investigate a rash of spray paint vandalism along Rolfe Square late last week. Capt. Karen Guilbeault, commander of the Cranston Police Department Detective Division, on more
Woman pleads guilty to assaulting developmentally disabled child A woman charged with assaulting a nine-year-old developmentally disabled boy in Cranston nearly three years ago has pleaded … more
Woman pleads guilty to assaulting developmentally disabled child A woman charged with assaulting a nine-year-old developmentally disabled boy in Cranston nearly three years ago has pleaded … more
City to `Pok mon Go' players: Be safe, respectful By now, it has likely become a familiar sight to many - people wandering outdoors, their eyes trained on their smartphones, seemingly in search of something unseen. The release of more
City to `Pok mon Go' players: Be safe, respectful By now, it has likely become a familiar sight to many - people wandering outdoors, their eyes trained on their smartphones, seemingly in search of something unseen. The release of more
Rhode Islanders thinking of getting a pet are in luck - the state has been named one of the best places in the country to own a pet. Rhode Island was recently ranked as the 9th most pet friendly … more
Just in time for the first day of school, the doors at Cranston High School East have undergone a major facelift thanks to the efforts of members of the community. The project was spearheaded earlier in the summer by Jim Carr, an East more
Highest Honors Grade 12: Sophia DiMascolo, Taleen Donoyan, Anita Fang, Briana Fernandes, Angelina Gudoshnik, Lily Janigian, Jacob Meyerson, Sophia Perrotta, Alison Pitocchelli, Fallon Plociak, Sarah Richer, Abigail Souza, Talia Spirito. High Honors more
Rep. William W. O'Brien's bill (2016-H 7052) that adds dyslexia-targeted screening and assistance as a required aspect of the literacy program for students at the elementary grade level was signed into law by Gov. Gina M. Raimondo at a recent ceremonial more
By TESSA ROY The Rhode Island Public Transit Authority (RIPTA) is facing pushback after announcing the end of its program that enables 13,000 low-income seniors or people with disabilities to ride without paying a fare. A fare of 50 cents to board and more
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