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The city came a step closer to getting its first two solar parks, plus reduced electric bills and payments amounting to $300,000 annually, with City Council approval Monday of zone changes sought by Southern Sky Renewables of Warwick. more
On Oct. 21, the Cranston Historical Society will again host its Charlie The Butler Ghost Party at 7 p.m. The cost is $15 per person, with proceeds to benefit the society. The event will be held at the Sprague Mansion in Cranston. The more
The following is a press release from Mayor Scott Avedisian's office: Mayor Scott Avedisian announced today his endorsement of a plan proposed by the Consolidation Committee for the School … more
DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE A crying driver who told officers, “Man, I knew I was too messed up to drive,” was recently arrested for driving under the influence. Officer David Boardman … more
On Monday afternoon, the Beacon conference room was littered with Dunkin Donuts coffee cups, water bottles, Dave’s Marketplace pizza boxes and laptop computers. This was the second meeting for high … more
With October 15 beginning the open enrollment period for Medicare health and drug plans for individuals to make changes to coverage for the upcoming year, United Way of Rhode Island (UWRI) has scheduled Saturday events at its 50 Valley Street more
Parker DelSesto, age 1, of Warwick, and Natalie Stover, age 7, of Cranston, are pictured at the American Heart Association's Little Heart Hero Day Olympic Games" at Goddard Park on September 11. The event celebrated the American" more
Lt. Col. Andy Chevalier wasn't looking for a new least not right now. But Chevalier, who handles personnel matters for the Rhode Island National Guard, was curious what opportunities are in the private sector, so he checked out more
Robertson School teacher Artena Fairbairn organized a Pink Day last Thursday for breast cancer awareness. A feature of the event was a challenge between fifth and sixth graders as to which class could wear the most pink. It didn't more
The last elementary consolidation hearing before the special October 25th School Committee meeting gave community members one more chance to make their voices heard. School Committee Vice Chair Eugene Nadeau thanked community members for more
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