6 min ago
Compleat Female Stage Beauty to Begin Epic Theatre's 2014 Season, 9/5-13
Epic Theatre Company begins its 2014-2015 with Jeffrey Hatcher 's witty, lush, and fascinating look at the most famous actor to ever play female roles in Shakespeare's plays, and what happened when actual women were allowed to take his place.
10 hrs ago
Gubernatorial Candidates to Meet in Hospitality Forum
Rhode Island's gubernatorial candidates are set to meet in a campaign forum focused on the state's hospitality industry and the role it can play as an economic driver.
Tue Aug 19, 2014
Worcester Telegram & Gazette
Astute driver helps Sutton police track down burglary suspect
A Cranston, R.I., man is facing a charge in connection with a break-in last week, and he may have been involved in at least three other burglaries, police said.
Ethics Commission to probe lawmaker's beach bid
The Rhode Island Ethics Commission has voted to investigate whether a state lawmaker violated ethics rules by bidding on a contract for beach concessions.
Solomon Rented to Head Shop Across from School Before City Tobacco Ban
Providence City Council President and Mayoral candidate Michael Solomon voted to ban the sale of flavored tobacco products aimed at children in 2012, but in 2004, purchased a building in Cranston that was home to a head shop featured in PotLocator.com, and situated several hundred feed from the then-St.
Sun Aug 17, 2014
The Miami Herald
In governor's race, Raimondo touts her pension fix
In this Jan. 13, 2014 file photo, General Treasurer of Rhode Island Gina Raimondo greets supporters after announcing her run for the Democratic nomination for governor in Pawtucket, R.I. Raimondo faces former Obama administration staffer Clay Pell and Providence Mayor Angel Taveras in the Sept.
Sat Aug 16, 2014
Former employee charged with Johnston pub break-ins arrested again
A Coventry man charged in connection with a string of break-ins at the pub where he used to work was arrested again Friday.
Fri Aug 15, 2014
Missing wheelchair found, arrest warrant issued
By News Staff firstname.lastname@example.org Cranston Police has located the stolen non-motorized wheelchair that belonged to a 10-year-old child.
Police are trying to locate a special transit chair stolen on Thursday.
A 10-year-old girl with cerebral palsy had her customized stroller stolen. Illiana Perez already suffers from limited mobility, without this stroller she can barely leave her house.
Thu Aug 14, 2014
Miniature Casting Appoints New President
A senior business leader with an ample amount of experience within various continents and experience in growing consumer marketing segments, Stephan Toljan will guide the company in continuing success as the new president.
The NBC 10 I-Team met up with Cranston mayor and Republican gubernatorial candidate Allan Fung on Thursday to discuss criticism that his campaign ad dubbed "Open for Business" was actually shot in a 1950s themed diner in Ohio.
Pell doesn't stray, signs up supporters
Kathryn McDaniel voted on Tuesday, 28 days before the Democratic primary that will decide whether Clay Pell will be the party's nominee for governor.
Wed Aug 13, 2014
Diner owner: Fung filmed RI governor ad in Ohio
Republican gubernatorial candidate Allan Fung filmed an ad about making Rhode Island "open for business" at a diner in Ohio, according to the restaurant owner.
Driver rescued from car during flash floods
A rescue crew with the Cranston fire department suited up Wednesday morning and walked into waist deep water to get to a driver who had become trapped in a car under the Oaklawn bridge.
Fung Shot "RI Open for Business" Ad in Ohio
Republican gubernatorial candidate Allan Fung's latest campaign ad, "Open for Business," touts Fung's experience as Mayor of Cranston and vision for Rhode Island -- and based on photographic and campaign finance evidence, appears to have been shot in Columbus, Ohio.
Heavy rain may bring flooding to Rhode Island
The National Weather Service is warning of possible flash floods in parts of Rhode Island as a storm hits southern New England with rainfall rates of 3 to 5 inches an hour.
Tue Aug 12, 2014
Reed posthumously awards medals to local World War II veteran - Warwick Beacon
FAMILY'S PRIDE: Pictured from left are Frank Oliver Jr., Barbara Oliver, Linda Oliver Hughes, Cynthia Aubin, Ed Aubin, Carol Ann Oliver, Ken Mickiewicz and U.S. Sen. Jack Reed, who recently celebrated the military service of the late Frank Joseph Oliver.
70 years and Caldarones still enjoying - dance' of marriage
THEY TAUGHT THEM THE MOVES: Donald and Suzanne Carcieri were among those who turned out to celebrate the Caldarone's 70th anniversary.
Mon Aug 11, 2014
KDMF along with Yard Works and Cole Cabinet raise awareness about DUI
Yard Works Inc . of Warwick is known for creating beautiful outdoor living spaces and Cole Cabinets of Cranston takes care of creating beautiful indoor spaces.
Sun Aug 10, 2014
The Miami Herald
Fung highlights record, personal story in campaign
Alenny Orovio, center, a photographer for the Dolphins, poses with Dillard football players during the Dolphins' high school football media event Saturday.