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Last week, Cranston city and Rhode Island state officials gathered at Cranston City Hall for the city’s annual Pride Flag Raising event organized by Councilwoman Lammis Vargas. The event … more
Future elementary school students in Johnston will be shown how to climb to new heights at their new school, when it’s finished. The Johnston School Building Committee recently approved … more
The Little Shepherd Preschool recently celebrated Teacher Appreciation Week; a great opportunity to spotlight Cranston’s learning centers where great teachers do their critically important … more
Rhode Island’s average gas price is the same as last week, averaging $3.52 per gallon. Monday’s price is 1 cent higher than a month ago, and $1.30 lower than July 3, 2022. Rhode … more
According to the Atlantic Shark Institute (ASI), the first request to make their popular Shark Plate available for motorcycles was two hours after the plates were announced in late April – and … more
“Hello, Don. Johnny Mathis here.” That smooth, sublime voice I so vividly remember from all the way back to the seventies was calling from California to talk about his September 23 … more
Theatre By The Sea owner and producer Bill Hanney is thrilled to announce the opening of the box office for single tickets sales for the 2023 Summer Season, celebrating 90 Years of Theatre By The … more
Do you know what the Garden City center was before the stores were built? Well, Sandra Moyer, the Cranston Historical Society (CHS) President, can tell you the answer. “It was a coal … more
Warwick Neck Elementary School Principal Frank Galligan wanted to be a meteorologist growing up.  That was until he was a senior at Bishop Hendricken High School. That year he helped out at … more
By EMMA BARTLETT Warwick's Clouds Hill Museum captured the attention of the producer and director of HBO's new series "The Gilded Age"; it is the only Rhode Island site outside of Newport that used for the series. In this nine-episode season, Clouds more
In Rhode Island, we strongly believe that every young child should get off to the right start in life—a start where children and families are supported during the early years of development, a … more
The Rhode Island Philharmonic Orchestra met a major challenge last weekend when Maestro Bramwell Tovey came down with Covid while visiting family in Sweden. Two days before the concert, Nathaniel … more
Pizza hunt RI Pizza Fans visit more than 100 pizzerias By EMMA BARTLETT Since the start of the pandemic, Knightsville resident Brian Sclama, 46, and his family have tried over 100 pizzerias across Rhode Island. Two or three nights a week, the family of more
Pet Walk with Blessing of the Animals and Costume Contest Friends of the Warwick Animal Shelter will host its 14th annual Pet Walk with Blessing of the Animals and Costume Contest on Saturday Oct. 2, at the beach in Warwick City Park, Asylum Avenue, more
By ROB DUGUAY Typically, when it comes to making anything, the more time it takes the better the result. It's usually noticeable when something is hastily created versus being done deliberately. For the Providence pop rock trio The Dust Ruffles, this is more
The Rhode Island State Council on the Arts (RISCA) is accepting applications for artists for 2022 exhibitions at the Block Island Airport Gallery and GREEN SPACE Gallery at Rhode Island T.F. Green International Airport. The galleries are a partnership more
By MERI R. KENNEDY Defenders of Animals Inc., which began a 43-year journey of caring for and defending the rights of animals in April of 1978, held its 27th annual Homeless Animals Day/Candlelight Vigil award ceremony and raffle at the Governor Sprague more
A night with Cranston Police at Garden City Concert Last week, during the Garden City Evening Summer Concert, the Cranston Police Department joined thousands of other cities and towns across the United States in promoting safety and wellness while more
Defenders of Animals Inc., which began a 43-year journey of caring for and defending the rights of animals in April of 1978, will hold its 27th annual Homeless Animals Day/Candlelight Vigil/Award … more
Optis converge at Edgewood Yacht Club They look no bigger than a bathtub and about as seaworthy as a teacup. They are called Optimists, or Optis for short. Optis are great for training young sailors and as they learn how to sail Optis it's not long more
The Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management (DEM) is asking the public to report sightings of wild turkey hens - both with a brood of baby turkeys and without - and tom turkeys to help with research efforts. Information gathered from the more
Welcoming Garden City Nail Spa Garden City Nail Spa, which has opened at 40 Sockanosset Cross Road, was recently welcomed to the local business community with a formal ribbon-cutting ceremony. Pictured is Mayor Ken Hopkins with co-owners Tina and Don Tu, more
The National Art Honor Society at Cranston High School East recently completed a project that touches children without families on the other side of the world. Jill Cyr, visual arts program … more
Lucas “Luc” Maguire spends a lot of time in his Johnston backyard. He loves both the stars and photography. One day, he decided to combine his passions. “Ever since I can … more
By ROB DUGUAY When a group of music scene stalwarts get together, most of the time something rad results from it. Enter Providence rock act PonyBoy, which was started by vocalist and pianist Dave Laros and guitarist Vic Foley. The two are familiar with more
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