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The Pawtuxet Athletic Club held their 8th Annual Memorial Fishing Tournament on May 29. The PAC Fishing Tournament began as a tribute to the memory of two departed members of the club: Jay Shaw and … more
Gasoline prices in Rhode Island are down four cents from last week, the sixth straight week of decreases, according to AAA Northeast. AAA’s August 17 survey of prices in Rhode Island found … more
As a father of grown adult children, I do remember with clarity bringing my children to the pediatrician to receive their childhood vaccines. To say my kids were resistant to getting their shots … more
Less than a year ago, Cranston Mayor Allan Fung had a very real chance of becoming Rhode Island’s next governor. Following a spirited Republican primary challenge from former Moderate Party … more
Next Monday the PawSox will host the latest “Community Conversation” about the proposed ballpark in Providence at the Warwick Pilgrim Senior Center starting at 6 p.m. The public input sessions … more
A Providence woman has been charged with a misdemeanor after allegedly leaving her dog in a hot car at a Garfield Avenue shopping plaza. Laura Mosquea Figuereo, 26, of 13 Barden St., faces one … more
FAMILY AFFAIR: Pictured from left are Raquel …
Back in 2013, Raquel Fortuna and Carla Kaplan first opened the Learning Garden in Warwick Neck. Now, just over two years later, the childcare center has seen such success the sisters and business … more
Braylon “Bray” O’Neill, 6, became the Cranston Police Department’s “chief for a day” last week. Accompanied by his mother, Kerri, Bray was sworn in by Col. Michael Winquist, received a … more
The process of selecting a new superintendent starts next week when a committee of school administrators and Jennifer Ahearn, chair of the School Committee, start narrowing the list to a handful of … more
THERE TO HELP: Scott School second grade teacher …
Scott School, like other elementary schools across the city, was a beehive of activity yesterday as principals and teachers returned to prepare for the opening of schools September 2. It was the … more
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