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Police elevated their presence at Cranston High School West this week after three students were arrested on multiple weapons charges. On Tuesday night, a judge remanded the three male juveniles … more
Since 1960, televised presidential debates have brought to fore images of competitors for the crown in their best light and in their worst. For those of us obsessed with politics and history, we have seen every moment in these television debates as they more
It's official - Dave's Marketplace will open a new location in Cranston. The company formally announced the long-rumored plans this week. The new store at 550 Pontiac Ave. will be the chain's 10th in Rhode Island. Construction is more
Even though there are still some good days of fall fishing, beach bonfires (where legal) and beautiful weather, we need to think ahead in order to ensure a great boating season next year. Careful … more
The Department of Environmental Management's (DEM) Marine Fisheries Division held a workshop and public hearing last week to review the stock status of a number of species and commercial fishing regulation options being proposed by the Department. The more
Joe Picano, a long-time familiar face on the Cranston sports scene, has been named as an honoree at the 2016 Hall of Fame Night put on by the Providence Gridiron Club. Picano, now retired and a North Scituate resident, was a long-time teacher and coach more
The Toll Gate girls' soccer team officially has two of its best players back, and it could make the Titans a force in Division I. Striker Hannah McNulty (concussion) and defender Karla Wolstenholme (illness) more
By MATT METCALF Sports Editor The Mt. Hope boys' soccer team scored twice in each half and got goals from four different players en route to easing past Cranston West, 4-1, on Monday afternoon at the Hope Road Complex. Facing a 4-0 deficit late in the more
Trailing 20-13 at halftime, the Cranston West football team scored 29 unanswered second-half points to post a 42-20 non-league win over the Johnston Panthers before a packed crowd at Polisena Stadium in what was Salute to" more
Malik Gavek wasn't 100 percent on Friday night, but it sure looked like he was. The senior running back scorched Central to the tune of 173 yards on 25 carries (6.9 YPC) for four touchdowns en route to a 46-14 more
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