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Meanwhile city residents are dealing with a new waste-hauling reality after automated pickup service and new 65-gallon bins were rolled out about a month ago.
Confreda Greenhouses & Farms is hosting their 6th Annual Ladies’ Night Out to benefit the Rhode Island Coalition Against Domestic Violence.
The mile-a-minute vine, an invasive from the Far East that has taken root in several Rhode Island communities, has a new enemy thanks to URI researchers: hundreds of tiny weevils.
It's a chance to get your car nice and clean. It's also an opportunity to lend support for Great Dane Rescue of New England, which is raising money today for an 18-week-old Great Dane puppy
This year marks the 25th year of the popular summer concert series that combines music, fun and a charitable effort to benefit the Rhode Island food bank.
It's a difficult time for the family, as they try to come to grips with the fact that Jayce Sherman-Chattelle, 2, is no longer with us after a terrible accident last week in which he fell in
The woman claimed the ticket on Monday and said she bought the ticket only after her husband's insistence after she said it would be a waste and "probably wouldn't win."
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Lawsuit won't be filed until lawyers complete a thorough investigation. Injured acrobats say they've received an outpouring of love and prayers since the horrific May accident in Providence.
Race, parade Saturday. Fireworks Sunday. Food, family and fun all weekend long.
The USDA said no cattle showed signs of mad cow disease, also called Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy (BSE), and that the health risk is “low.”
Rhode Island Resource Recovery is urging residents to mulch those grass clippings and forget bagging.
These photos depict a young woman and they are from negatives Cranston resident and history buff George Daigneault found in an old 1933 Cranston yearbook.
The bond between the Carpinelli sisters of Cranston is stronger than ever.
Navitas Naturals sprouted chia seed powder products are being recalled as part of a larger investigation of a cluster of Salmonella Newport illnesses around the country.
Rebecca Fruggiero and Amanda Way will be awarded their Gold Awards on Saturday at a ceremony at Rhodes-on-the-Pawtuxet in Cranston.
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