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Trucks have always been part of most boys' early childhood fantasies. Through the years kids have had a special affinity for all shapes and sizes of trucks, especially police, fire and military vehicles. As the old adage goes, Little" more
WRONG STICKER While on patrol in the area of 1100 Plainfield St. on May 27 around 10:56 a.m., Officer Matthew Leveillee observed a gold colored Mazda minivan traveling east bearing Rhode Island license plates with a Massachusetts inspection sticker. more
Construction of the Citizens Bank Campus off Greenville Avenue is now well underway, and a tour of the site provided to local and state officials last Thursday presented further insights into the project's development and impact. We" more
To the Editor: The mayor's announcement that a third utility-scale solar project has been proposed for Western Cranston adds to the growing impact of these projects. In 2003 Cranston gained ownership of 240 acres of the woods, wetlands, corn fields and more
The United Way of Rhode Island is calling for volunteers to help make their 2017 Annual Day of Action a success. On Saturday, June 10, volunteers will sort, label and pack books - preparing them for distribution to children across the Ocean State. Last more
Few people, if any, would dispute that Tony Centore ranks among the all-time best high school football coaches in Rhode Island. Moreover, when it comes to overcoming any obstacles life can throw … more
By PETE FONTAINE For people like Phil Viens, the Special Olympics Motorcycle Run is a labor of love. “I can’t believe we’ve been doing this for 17 years,” Viens, who co-owns and … more
To the Editor:A recent interview with Commissioner of Elementary and Secondary Education Ken Wagner included statements about CCRI’s remedial programs that do not reflect aggressive … more
The Ocean State's roads, it's safe to say, will belong to Special Olympics Rhode Island (SORI) this weekend. Tomorrow, in fact, police from all over the state as well as firefighters, state troopers, correctional officers and even FBI more
Eight-year-old Joseph Macari, Jr., a student at Brown Avenue School, recently caught a golden trout at Shippee Sawmill Pond in Foster. He was recognized by the Department of Environmental Management for his catch and received a pin as an more
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