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The Rhode Island Community Food Bank has kicked off its annual Holiday Food Drive to help ensure that no one goes hungry this holiday season. Rhode Islanders are invited to participate by hosting a food drive or donating funds to support the more
By PAM SCHIFF -- For the month of November, the Cranston Public Library is hosting “Aliyah from Rhode Island: A Photo-Text Exhibit” by Shai Afsai. more
Governor Gina M. Raimondo presided over a traditional ribbon cutting ceremony, marking the official opening of the new Rhode Island Veterans Home. She was joined by her Director of Veterans Affairs, Kasim Yarn, members of the Congressional delegation, more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Dreams to become a firefighter can be shattered in just eight minutes. That's the time limit to finish the Rhode Island Physical Performance Assessment (PPA) for entry-level firefighters, a physical fitness test administered by the Rhode more
ASSAULT Following a disturbance report at 20 Ausdale Rd. in Cranston on November 12 at approximately 8:58 p.m., Officers A. Hardy and Reis arrested Robin Mays, 50, of the above address for domestic simple assault and domestic disorderly conduct. She was more
By THOMAS GREENBERG Cranston Police were among the first law enforcement that the driver of a white Ford F-150 came in contact with in a chase last Thursday, Nov. 9, that resulted in the death of 32-year-old Joseph Santos. According to Major Todd more
By THOMAS GREENBERG The whooshing sound of a soccer ball hitting the back of the net. The crack of baseball bat as a white-and-red stitched pill gets sent into the outfield. The swish of a game-winning three-pointer as it sinks through the hoop. Those more
By THOMAS GREENBERG Runners couldn't wait to take their marks for the annual Park View 5K on Saturday morning at the Roger Williams Park entrance across from Park View Middle School, mostly because it was the only way to warm up on a frigid November more
By THOMAS GREENBERG Cranston West students could swing by the cafeteria last Wednesday morning and grab their breakfast on the go thanks to the Rhode Island Department of Education's (RIDE) new breakfast challenge" being implemented statewide. The" more
By THOMAS GREENBERG Eighty-four minutes might seem like a long time to be sitting in a classroom. But the school committee believes that creating a new four-periods-per-day schedule will have great benefits for the students in Cranston's high schools. more
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