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ANGEL: An improvised memorial adorns the gate to …
The 100 people who lost their lives in The Station nightclub fire on Feb. 20, 2003 will be remembered in a ceremony this Sunday starting at 1 p.m. at West Warwick High School on Webster Knight … more
HOUSE OF HOPE: Jean Johnson, executive director …
On Tuesday afternoon, top state and union leaders gathered at Harrington Hall in Cranston in support of the “Zero: 2016” campaign aimed at ending chronic and veterans’ homelessness throughout … more
MAN OF THE YEAR: Joseph R. DeSantis, CEO of …
The Verrazzano Day Observance Committee, comprised of members from the Order Sons of Italy in America (Grand Lodge of Rhode Island) and Italian American War Veterans of the United States (Rhode … more
Police Chief Col. Michael Winquist said the body of John Fiore, 55, of 133 Farmington Ave., Apt. 4, was discovered in the apartment Tuesday morning. more
RAIMONDO
The familiar “wave” will soon be phased out on Rhode Islanders’ license plates. But some state leaders hope another is on the way. Gov. Gina Raimondo, as part of her budget plan for the … more
On March 21, Traditional Martial Arts RI, located at 1099 Park Ave., held a very special board breaking session, dubbed “Board Fest for MS.” Students had spent the last six weeks selling martial … more
UNUSED: The hydrant directly across from the …
Questions continue to swirl, and reports differ, over the lack of water to fight the fire that destroyed Building C of the Westgate Condominium on March 11 and why the remains of the building were so … more
ENGAGED: Barbara Ann Fenton embraces Cranston …
Wedding bells are on the way for Cranston’s chief executive. Mayor Allan Fung proposed to his longtime girlfriend, Barbara Ann Fenton, while on vacation more than a week ago at a resort outside … more
PROCESSION OF GRADUATES: Graduating students …
Bill Flanagan – son of Dr. William Flanagan, the first president of the Community College of Rhode Island – was back on campus Friday as the commencement speaker and to highlight the culmination … more
Buckeye Brook fish count.
Although it may appear that winter is here to stay, for Paul Earnshaw of the Buckeye Brook Coalition, spring is just around the corner and so, too, is the annual fish count. Earnshaw, vice … more
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