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The Senate approved creation of a committee last week that would comb through existing legislation with the intent of identifying outdated measures that should be repealed.
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COUNCIL BRIEFING: Attorney Terrence Fracassa, left, and Armand Spaziano, both members of the Summit Compassion Center, appeared before the council Monday.
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Did you catch local farmer Christina Dedora on TV the other day? Dedora, the owner of Blue Skys Farm, a 2-acre farm in Cranston, appeared on WPRI's Executive Suite.
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The State Properties Committee has approved the sale of the former Training School property in the John O. Pastore Complex in Cranston to the Carpionato Group of Johnston.
A 24-year-old Cranston man is facing a slew of felonies after allegedly pointing and racking a loaded handgun from his Buick at a man on Summer Street yesterday afternoon.
Walk into Stephanie DiChiro first-grade classroom at Garden City School and you'll find a "literacy wonderland," where children and teacher alike share a love of reading and books.
Two Cranston girls took top honors in the tenth annual Katie DeCubellis Memorial Foundation writing contest.
Two Cranston soldiers were recognized for being leaders in their field recently.
If you bought a PowerBall ticket from Seven Eight Six on Broad Street or Stop & Shop on Warwick Avenue, give it a second look - you might be $10,000 richer.
So you got a ticket for going 65 MPH in a 55 MPH zone and you're wondering whether you can beat it in court.
A small fire in the trash compactor of a Cranston high-rise for the elderly temporarily displaced some residents Tuesday night, officials said.
Saturday, May 11 Vehicle Crashes Into Little Compton General Store A vehicle reportedly crashed into a wall next to the front entrance of Wilbur's General Store in Little Compton on Friday.
Jordyn Payne of Warwick has always been driven. She remembers skipping lunch period during grade school to play the flute and devoting 30 or 40 hours every week to practicing ballet.
UPDATE: Capt. Robert Nelson of the Warwick Police Department announced Tuesday evening that the victim defended himself.
Laffey is expected to announce his bid for Governor on the Amy Oliver Show on 1310 KFKA in Colorado later this morning.
"Emotionally gripping, a sensitive narrative and a revealing look at bullying," are just some of the comments philanthropist and book editor Joan Parker uses to describe this year's top three winners in the Kate DeCubellis Memorial Foundation's 10th annual writing contest.