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By TIM FORSBERG It was a walk in the park for the more than 400 participants who took part in this year's First Day Hike at Rocky Point. Hikers across the country started their year off on the right foot by joining First Day Hike events organized by the more
By KERRY SHERIN Every year, an estimated millions and sometimes billions of dollars on gift cards go unused. But if you're hanging onto any unwanted gift cards after the holiday season, you don't have to let them go to waste. Make your undesired gift more
By TESSA ROY Almost two weeks after they walked out of their classrooms to protest ongoing special education issues, Toll Gate and Pilgrim students are now said to be receiving Friday detention for leaving their classes. Zach Colon, the Toll Gate senior more
SHOPLIFTING AND DISORDERLY A pair of sisters recently found themselves in hot water after one of them was involved in a suspected shoplifting incident at the Bald Hill Road Walmart. On December 13 around 11:50 a.m., Officer Stephen Major was dispatched more
By JOHN HOWELL There were plenty of inferences to be drawn from Tuesday's inaugural ceremonies above Post Road in the Interlink Skywalk. It was symbolic of how Mayor Scott Avedisian, Warwick's only elected Republican official, will need to reach across more
To the Editor: I was pleased to see that a great organization like East Greenwich Animal Protection league is seeking to make Cranston its permanent home. A little over two years ago, we adopted from EGAPL. The dedicated and caring team introduced us to more
Newsflash: “Fake news” is not a new phenomenon. In late August 1835, the New York Sun newspaper ran a six-part story on life on the Moon, as seen through a powerful telescope of eminent … more
Dipping isn't for the dogs Sue Parker and her husband, Harry, weren't chicken, although they were dressed like them New Year's Day. Both of them made the Little Rhodie Bully Breed Club plunge at City Park. About 60 other dog lovers and advocates of the more
By MERI KENNEDY The day after the presidential election, a Facebook post by a woman in Hawaii calling for women to unite in solidarity for human rights created a groundswell of support from people across the country, including women throughout Rhode 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
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