December 19, 2014
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The Narragansett Council, Boy Scouts of America is gearing up for its annual “Scouting for Food” drive for the 27th consecutive year. On Oct. 25, thousands of Scouts from across the state will … more
Margaret DiMuccio of Cranston celebrated her 100th birthday Sept. 30 with a party attended by family and friends at B. Pinelli’s Restaurant in East Providence. The wife of the late John DiMuccio, … more
There will be new pink license plates seen on Rhode Island’s roadways, as 750 Ribbon of Hope plates were distributed and installed on cars whose owners participated in the first round of orders. … more
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One of the nation’s most prominent Republican officials is expected to visit Rhode Island this week in support of Cranston Mayor Allan Fung’s campaign for governor. The planned Friday stop by … more
Residents are advised that the main entrance to the city’s walking path at Rocky Point will be closed today for one day in order to remove fencing along the roadway. It will reopen on … more
SHOW OF UNITY: Cranston Mayor Allan Fung, the …
An often contentious primary now behind them, the two Republican hopefuls for governor met at the State House on Monday in a show of unity. Cranston Mayor Allan Fung, who won the party’s … more
ON STAGE: Col. Ron Barnes of the Pawtuxet …
About 75 people came to the Ocean State Theatre on Monday to express their support for ballot Question #5 on the Nov. 4 ballot statewide. The bill would authorize the state to issue bonds in support … more
CHANCE TO SHINE: Caronah Cassell Johnson is …
She began wanting to wear high heels at the age of 5. Now, at age 35, her fashion line is hitting the runway during StyleWeek arriving in Providence next week. A young breast cancer survivor, … more
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Dori Adler has been named director of education at the Temple Torat Yisrael Frederic G. and Lawrence. G. Cohen Religious School.  A native of Cranston, Adler has a long history with Rhode … more
GREAT FOR HIS HEALTH: Glenn Casavant of …
The blueberries are here and so are the pickers. By 9 a.m. last Thursday, cars lined Rocky Point Avenue and the rows of bushes at the Rocky Point Blueberry Farm were filled with pickers from … more
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