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Colonel Michael J. Winquist, Chief of the Cranston Police Department, announces that the Department’s Patrol and Detective divisions are actively investigating a bank robbery which occurred at … more
Taylor Burns graduated Cranston High School East as past of the class of 2013. Now, in her senior year of college at the University of Rhode Island, she has been challenged by her professor in her social media and marketing class to design more
The Metta Students Foundation is looking for a few good teens. Each month during the school year, the non-profit gives $1,000 to a Rhode Island or Massachusetts teen who has … more
Confreda Farms and Greenhouses, located on Scituate Avenue, held its annual Fall Festival over the weekend. The event included tractor and train rides, inflatable attraction, goat petting, pumpkin picking, a corn maze, and face painting. more
Park View Veterans Day 5K Run/Walk The fourth annual Park View Veterans Day 5K Run/Walk to benefit Park View and Operation Stand Down RI will be held on Nov. 11 from 8:30 a.m. to noon in Roger Williams Park (starting at the entrance more
The annual Cranston Fire Department Halloween Party was held at Headquarters Station 2 on Halloween night. There was a steady stream of trick-or-treaters as hundreds of children and their families … more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE Officer released from hospital after accident A Cranston police officer hurt last week in an accident that occurred while he was participating in a motorcycle escort for … more
Space is cool again, especially in Pawtuxet Village. Scott MacNeill and Jason Major, two self-proclaimed "space nerds," set up their telescopes on the center of the bridge that spans Warwick and … more
Falcon pride On Friday, Oct. 28, nearly 2,000 Cranston High School West students, faculty, and staff, along with members of the 2017 incoming freshman class, this year's current eighth-grade students from Western Hills Middle School, gathered together on more
Matt Metcalf and Jacob Marrocco break down this week's football action in Warwick, Cranston and Johnston. more
The Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission's (ASMFC) 75th Annual Meeting wrapped up last week and meeting summaries are available on their website at The ASMFC regulates migratory species on the east coast, many more
Former Cranston West standout Stefano Marziale had a monster day on defense as the Anna Maria football team celebrated a rare home win this past Saturday over Gallaudet. The Amcats entered the win column for the first time this season more
It was a big week for the CLCF football program, capturing a pair of state titles at the 10U and 13U levels in impressive fashion. The 10U group captured its first crown with a 14-0 shutout of the Fall River Falcons in the more
Republican Mayor Allan W. Fung won his fourth term in resounding fashion on Tuesday, besting Democratic challenger Michael J. Sepe - and picking up a GOP majority on the City Council for the first time in his tenure. I am so humbled" more
Control of the City Council will flip in the coming term, with Republicans winning a 5-4 majority in Tuesday's election. Based on unofficial results with 96 percent of the city's precincts reporting, incumbent Republican Michael more
When you ask Estevan Feliz what he did over his summer vacation, his answer might surprise you. Feliz, with his DrivePad app, is being hailed as being Vinli's youngest app developer, and he has yet to graduate from high school. He spent an more
The Cranston West football team continued its strong play on Friday night, powering past Central, 21-12, for its second win in the last three weeks. The Falcons controlled the game on both sides of the ball, moving the ball more
On Monday, Oct. 31, the young students at St. David's Preschool started a beautiful new tradition and learned a very valuable life lesson. The school hosted a Reverse Trick or Treating event, carting a wagon filled with handmade cards and more
Amiee Turner, Ocean State Theatre Company's artistic director, has hired herself to direct the latest production at the Warwick theatre, and there is nobody more qualified to take on the assignment. I sat down with Turner last week as she more
Last year in this space, following the release of the Rhode Island State Police assessment report of the Cranston Police Department, we wondered whether Mayor Allan Fung's political future was in doubt - and whether he would be able to restore the frayed more
David Testa hopes that the third time’s the charm, as he is once again a candidate for the Warwick School Committee. Testa has been closely following the School Committee for more than 15 years, … more
“We are at a tipping point,” Dean Johnson, candidate for one of the two at-large School Committee seats, said in a recent interview. “We need to decide if we want to continue as we are or if we … more
City voters will face a full slate when they head to the polls on Nov. 8. Locally, the race between Republican incumbent Allan Fung and Democratic challenger Michael Sepe for a four-year term as mayor tops the ballot. Control of the more
Eight distinguished alumni will be inducted into the La Salle Academy Hall of Fame at a dinner and ceremony held at the Crowne Plaza in Warwick on Nov. 17. More than 300 alumni family, friends, and supporters of La Salle are expected to attend the more
Swinging the night away The Providence Federation of Musicians Local 198-457 of the American Federation of Musicians hosted the Cavalcade of Bands this past week at Cranston's Rhode on the Pawtuxet. Attendees enjoyed dancing to the sounds of swing more
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