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Ordinance would Force Tax Assessor to Inspect Improved Properties
Improve your house and spend more than $15,000? The tax assessor could soon be coming your way.
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Sun Jul 13, 2014
Gubernatorial candidates outline education plans
Parents who played with their children at Lippitt Memorial Park in Providence this week said they want the state to provide prekindergarten education because preschool is expensive and they are concerned with the quality of education in the public schools.
Edgewood Eagles' Car Wash to Benefit Great Dane Rescue
The Edgewood Eagles cheerleaders will be washing cars in front of Cranston High School East today from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. .
Fri Jul 11, 2014
Cranston Woman Tries to Burrow under Fence to Elude Officers
Portsmouth Police charged a 44-year-old Cranston woman with a slew of domestic charges including trespassing, assault, vandalism and disorderly conduct on July 6 at 5:48 p.m. Police said they were dispatched to a King Phillip Street address for a report of a disturbance and found Kristen Lahteine Stepalavich, 44, of 77 Bluff Ave., Cranston, ... (more)
Coventry Court Log - July 9, DUIs, Domestics, Marijuana Culivation
The following Coventry court cases were heard in Third Division District Court this week: Joseph B. Barrigas, 23, of 109 South Main St., Coventry, pleaded no contest to domestic assault.
Thu Jul 10, 2014
Leaving Rhode Island, Cock (the Rooster Play), Summer Camps and More...
In 2009, a large group of Rhode Islanders were told to leave the state for an unspecified length of time.
Paul Spremulli Wins Prestigious New York Book Award
Contact: Paul Spremulli, 401-932-8888, email@example.com CRANSTON, R.I., July 10, 2014 / Christian Newswire / -- Rhode Island's own Paul Spremulli's latest book entitled, "Destination Oneness" wins The New York Book Festival first place award.
End of road projects respond to rising sea level
END OF THE ROAD: About 90 feet of pavement has been removed from Mill Cove Road where it ends at Narragansett Bay.
Sepe Calls for Special 'Ticketgate' Prosecutor, Fung Says it's Politics as Ususal
The Chairman of the Democratic City Committee, Michael J. Sepe, is calling for a special prosecutor to be appointed to investigate the Cranston Police Department to get the the bottom of the so-called "ticketgate" parking ticket scandal as well as to dispel "lingering rumors of an out-of-control police department."
Wed Jul 09, 2014
EP Man Charged with B&E in Cranston after Getaway Car Rolls Over
Three suspects who allegedly broke into a Priscilla Avenue house in Cranston are in police custody after they crashed a car after leaving the scene Wednesday morning and took off running.
Tue Jul 08, 2014
Governor Signs Bill to Fully Fund All-Day K
Rhode Island cities and towns that have not implemented all-day kindergarten programs but are working to implement them by the next school year will get a big boost in the form of state aid in the 2016-2017 school year.
Mon Jul 07, 2014
Over 2,500 without power in three RI communities
According to a spokesperson from National Grid, over 2,500 Johnston, Cranston and Providence residents are without power Monday evening after three high-powered tension lines were down at the intersection of Atwood Ave and Central Ave in Johnston.
Garden City Summer Concert Series Kicks off Wednesday
Can you believe that it has been 25 years since the first Summer Concert Series began in Garden City Center? It's true, and after all this time, it still brings hundreds of faithful attendees to the popular destination shopping center in Cranston to dance and soak up summer fun -- and get some shopping done along the way.
More execs exit Alex and Ani
At least 40 more people have been laid off at Alex and Ani, the much-publicized and successful Cranston-based jewelry and fashion accessories company.
Sun Jul 06, 2014
Community Rallies Around Family who Lost Boy, 2, in Drowning Accident
Friends of the Sherman-Chattelle family in Cranston are ready and willing to do anything they can to help and offer support.
Sat Jul 05, 2014
Metal Center News
6-2-11 News: Scott Brass Buys Aluminum Services
Scott Brass and Aluminum has expanded its services and production by purchasing the assets of Aluminum Services LLC. The company will be renamed Scott Aluminum and operate as a minimill, specializing in a limited group of alloys with short lead times.
Big Brothers Big Sisters Announce Coming Together
For over 60 years, Big Brothers of Rhode Island and Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Ocean State, both local affiliates of Big Brothers Big Sisters of America, have worked separately by coming to the aid of hundreds of boys and girls statewide by providing them with life-changing mentors.
Thu Jul 03, 2014
2-year-old dies after falling in pool in Cranston
Police and fire personnel responded to a home on Mallory Court around 1:45 p.m. Thursday for a report of a child who was unresponsive after falling into a pool.
City: Progress Being Made in Police Chief Search
Mum's the word when it comes to what's the latest on the search for Cranston's new police chief.
Wed Jul 02, 2014
Investigation Reveals Extensive Drug Dealing at East Greenwich Farms
Crazy Monkey. Bizzarro. Scooby Snax. K-2. Amphetamines. They are all illegal narcotics, most synthetic cannabinoids, and along with milk, eggs and a pack of cigarettes, they were just a few of the products being sold out of East Greenwich Farms on Main Street for months.