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We write this week before the polls close, and before the winners are known. We write at the conclusion of a campaign that may be described most charitably as long - many would say interminable - and perhaps more accurately as largely joyless and more
Mr. and Mrs. Roland J. Bordeleau of Cranston celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on June 18 with 70 family members and close friends at the Crowne Plaza Hotel at the Crossings. The couple has three children, John, Lisa and Michele Bordeleau, … more
Spanning the decades [Photo gallery]
If the attire of some Pilgrim students looked a little out of place this week, it should have. As part of all the activities leading up to Friday’s homecoming game and dance on Saturday, kids were … more
By JENNETTE BARNESWarwick could have a fourth rescue crew as early as next year. Funds to hire personnel for the crew are likely to appear in the city budget, pending negotiations between the firefighters' union and the city administration. The … more
Spring was in the air yesterday. It was the kind of day that reflected the bittersweet feeling Gina Russo felt on the 14th observance of the Station nightclub fire where 100 concertgoers lost their lives in the eighth deadliest nightclub more
Father Robert Marciano is a quick-change artist. Saturday he was attired in church vestments as he officiated the 5 p.m. Mass at St. Kevin. Then in barely minutes he was wearing the Air Force blue uniform, for Father Marciano is a pastor more
To the Editor: As 2016 draws to a close, I want to thank the voters of District 15 for placing their confidence and trust in me. Serving you in the House of Representatives is a privilege and an honor. After a hard fought campaign, I am returning to the more
By JOHN HOWELL Since 1946 Cranston municipal employees and their families have had the opportunity of becoming members of their own credit union. Like municipal employees in other cities and towns, they founded a credit union providing members to receive more
To the Editor: For several years member of Pax Christi international Catholic peace movement have campaigned against the common practice of purchasing toys and video games that glamorize violence as gifts for children during the holiday season. Many more
Christmas in Pawtuxet [Photo gallery]
Santa arrived by boat to the cheers of those at the Pawtuxet Athletic Club Saturday as village residents and merchants came together to celebrate the holiday season. Local artisans displayed and sold … more
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