February 28, 2015
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Benjamin McDermott
The Panera Bread at 5 New London Ave. in Cranston announces that it is inviting the public to help jump on board and support its “Raise the Dough” Ten Percent of Sales evening to benefit B’s … more
THE JOKER: Bill Simas, co-founder of Funny 4 …
Some say that laughter is the best medicine. Thanks to a generous community, the Johnston comedian affectionately known as “The Deaf Comic” will clearly hear the laughter of those he aims to … more
It took a couple of men to deliver some flowers in the midst of all this snow this week. Lonnie Barham, pictured painting daffodils on the snow banks in front of his Shawomet Road home, surprised his … more
Following the end of the Vietnam War in April 1975, thousands of Southeast Asians came to this country as refugees from political prosecution in their homelands. Throughout the turmoil in the region … more
ARCHER
Steven Archer, an independent candidate facing incumbent William Walaska in the race for Senate District 30 in the November election, said he decided to run for the position because he wants to bring … more
TINY FRIEND: Clara, a tiny Maltipoo, is held by …
Things are always jumping at Dogpatch on Brownlee Boulevard. And hopping. And barking. And wagging. That’s because at any given moment, four professional groomers – including the owners, Linda … more
Mikovich
A Mississippi man who attempted to gain entry to Johnston High School on Thursday – and who was subsequently found to have a firearm in his vehicle – is being held pending a court-ordered … more
Raymond Trabulsi, Alerino “Al” Iacobbo and Mary E. Marcello have joined the Warwick office of HomeSmart Professionals. Trabulsi has enjoyed success in commercial real estate since 2001, after … more
A threatening letter sent to Stone Hill Elementary School in Cranston last week was authored by the same person who has sent a pair of letters threatening violence against schools in Johnston, … more
TIME TO BURY IT: Michael Archetto and CCRI …
CCRI President Ray Di Pasquale called for a moment of silence yesterday afternoon. It seemed only appropriate as more than 100 faculty members, students and friends of the college gathered around … more
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