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By JOHN HOWELL Theresa Tortolani, whose home on Crestwood Road is not far from Garden City, got another visit from a National Grid crew Friday. They were there to check her home for any natural gas that might have seeped into her basement from a leaking more
By JOHN HOWELL -- Seventeen years ago Dr. Michael Dacey came home to work where his father, also Michael, was the director of human relations at Kent Hospital. By late next month, he will be gone. more
By PAM SCHIFF It's that time of year again. Pumpkins, sweaters, changing leaves and Cranston High School East's Thunderbolt Band & Emerald Encore hosts its annual Marching Band Invitational at Cranston Stadium. Going on 30 years, this is the highlight more
Otis has a mild heart murmur and the stress of the shelter environment is just simply too much for him. He was found as a stray and has never been found/reclaimed so here he waits for a second chance at a new life in a loving home. more
The Cranston police log is a digest of reports from the State and Cranston Police Departments. MULTIPLE CRASHES, ONE-WAY DRIVER Col. Ann C. Assumpico, Superintendent of the Rhode Island State Police and Director of the Department of Public Safety, said more
By JEN COWART On Saturday afternoon, a day which has been deemed Small Business Saturday, the lines were long at Abbey's Shabbey Shed, located at 1460 Phenix Avenue in Cranston. Guests browsed Abbey's Shabbey Designs, which featured the handiwork of more
By JEN COWART Last week, all across the city presentations were taking place for Cranston Public Schools parents and students in regards to secondary schedule changes that will begin in the 2018-2019 school year at the middle and high schools. On more
In December 1968, the first astronauts circled our Moon. In July 1969, the first footprints on another world were made on our neighbor Moon. In December 1972, the last footprints were left there. To honor these events, the University of Rhode Island more
Bain students of month Each month, each team's teachers at Bain Middle School, as well as their Unified Arts Departments, select students of the month. These are November's winners: (top row from left) Dean of Students Mike Walsh, Domenic Grimaldi, more
Cranston High School West has announced their academic honor roll for the first quarter of the 2017-2018 school year. Students are recognized for achieving academic success using the following designations: Highest Honors: a grape point average of 4.0 or more
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