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ASSAULT As a result of a call for service at 26 Hemlock Ave. on December 4 at 10:50 a.m., officers arrested Matthew Edward Cunha, 30, of 26 Hemlock Ave. for felony assault with a dangerous weapon. He was then arraigned by the Justice of the Peace. more
On Monday at 10:30 a.m. a kickoff ceremony and ceremonial “wall-breaking” was held at 1725 Broad Street in Cranston, where a new renovation and expansion project will be taking place to create a … more
By JEN COWART On Dec. 5, the Cranston High School West community, as well as artists and supporters of art education from around the state, helped to celebrate one of their own, as Valerie Bruzzi-Krsulic was named Secondary Art Educator of the Year by more
By JEN COWART A controversial campaign to collect nearly $46,000 in unpaid lunch balances accrued this year has caused a stir in the city. On Dec. 5, families of all students in the Cranston Public Schools received a message, which stated the following: more
By JOHN HOWELL Drake Patten takes offense to the word "farm" when it is preceded by the word "solar." Patten knows what it's like to raise produce and feed livestock. She is the "head farmer" at Cluck Farm on Natick Avenue. But the prospect of a 29-acre solar farm... more
The 6th Annual Nativity Lighting at the Rhode Island State House (in the Rotunda area) will take place Wednesday, December 19 from 3 to 4 p.m. The Joy to the World Nativity Committee will light the Nativity Scene, celebrating the coming birth of Christ. more
The Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management (DEM) reminds all Rhode Islanders that, for safety reasons, they must wear fluorescent orange when in state management areas and undeveloped state parks during the shotgun deer hunting season, which more
New at Garden City A PEEK INSIDE: The newest restaurant to open in the Garden City Center is Tavern In The Square. It is the 10th Tavern In The Square and the only one in Rhode Island. It seats 300 people and has a diverse menu and 50 beers on tap. more
Santa makes his rounds in Pawtuxet Santa made a special trip to Pawtuxet Village on Dec. 1 and he, along with horses Shiloh and Chief from Rebello Farms, gave carriage rides to children of all ages throughout the village as part of the Friends of more
By MERI R. KENNEDY Hosted by Ward 5 Councilman Chris Paplauskas, the 4th Annual Knightsville Gazebo Christmas Tree Lighting was held this past Sunday. Just as with all Christmas magic, the rain stopped just in time. There were approximately 200 in more
By MERI R. KENNEDY The Artists' Exchange held their 14th Annual Gingerbread House Decorating Contest on Dec. 1. Approximately 400 houses were made by more than 2,000 attendees. Roughly 1,000 pounds of candy was used for decoration. Participants started more
By PAM SCHIFF Since it is so close to the giving season, and the real estate team of Matt Patty at Keller Williams in Cranston is truly thankful for all their clients, they decided this year to show how much they appreciate them by gifting them with an more
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