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By JACOB MARROCCO The Cranston City Council has named an overnight parking commission and a date for the first meeting. On Monday, Council President Michael Farina appointed Council Majority Leader Christopher Paplauskas to chair the committee, as well more
By JACOB MARROCCO If one were to scan North America for every person who holds each of the 22 emergency vehicle technician certifications, they would find a grand total of three people. One of them resides in Cranston, and he's been going strong for more more
By THOMAS GREENBERG Chapel View isn't just geographically located near the middle of Cranston - it's also transformed into a robust shopping and residential center for residents of the city. On Thursday night the Ordinance Committee unanimously approved more
The Hope Highlands PTO tries to keep their fundraising to a minimum, recognizing that money is tight for families. They host three events each year, including Friday‚Äôs annual Walk-a-thon, the … more
Stress doesn't take holidays off. In fact, the opposite is often true: Stress saps the joy out of the season for many people. Stress is manifest in many forms of poor health or bad lifestyle habits during the holidays, when people typically put a long more
By MERI R. KENNEDY The Annual City Hall Christmas Tree Lighting took place on Dec. 5 indoors; as it was raining that evening. The rain, however, did not dampen the holiday spirit as the outdoor Christmas Tree was lit by Mayor Allan Fung, and Santa Claus more
By JOHN HOWELL Time doesn't stand still, but it looks like the State Senate will turn back the clock to the closing hours of the session on June 30 this Thursday and pass the House version of the $9.2 billion budget that has delayed the issuance of car more
After 27 years at its North Main Street location, The Map Center store will close on December 22. The store has been operating in Providence, at various locations, since the 1950s. It's been owned and operated by Andrew Nosal since 1981. A sale of the more
By JACOB MARROCCO The Cranston City Council public works committee unanimously passed a resolution Thursday night imploring the administration to conduct a traffic study at the Sockanosset Corridor. Director of Administration Robin Muksian called the more
By JACQUELYN MOOREHEAD -- While the toll from damage by hurricane Irma is still being tracked, a kennel in Charlestown is counting their blessings as their family of Havanese dogs was rescued from Fort Myers, Florida. more
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