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Col. Michael Winquist, Chief of the Cranston Police Department, announces the arrest of one suspect involved in the recent and violent home invasion at 173 Gladstone Street. On September 13, 2017 Cranston Police were involved in a high-speed police more
In kindergarten on Friday morning, Tina Iacobucci and her students are sitting in a circle, straw hats on their heads, singing “This is America,” all together. Principal Beth Basile is with … more
Speaker of the House Nicholas Mattiello, Mayor Allan Fung and Attorney General Peter Kilmartin raised their pistols as they approached an irate man who had just exited a vehicle. Kilmartin shouted at the man to stop moving toward them and put his hands more
By JEN COWART When Amber Prior heard about the devastating effects of Hurricane Harvey in Texas, she wanted to help. An eighth-grade middle school student in Cranston, she is also a sewing student after hours, in her fourth year of sewing at Jerilyn's more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- An event to honor Warwick Beacon editor-in-chief and publisher John Howell raised more than $52,000 for MENTOR Rhode Island. more
Hippity-hop on over to the Cranston Animal shelter to meet Milkshake! This adorable Lop-eared bunny is absolutely beautiful and is about 2 years old. more
By PAM SCHIFF The students of Chester Barrows Elementary School were surprised with donations of back to school supplies at the Back to School event on Friday, Sept. 1. Three hundred notebooks, 200 pencils, 200 pens, 20 packs of 24-count crayons and more
This school year, the Cranston Public Library, the Cranston Public School Department, and the Mayor's Office have teamed up to make sure that every student in Cranston has a working library card with … more
DISORDERLY CONDUCT AND MORE Cranston Deputy Fire Chief Paul Valletta, 59, was arrested following an alleged incident at the Cranston Fire Department on 1155 Scituate Ave. on Sept. 9 at around 2 p.m. Valletta was charged with simple assault or battery and more
By JEN COWART Across the city, students were walking to school, accompanied by members of the Cranston Police Department. The Walking School Bus event is a yearly event celebrated nationwide and … more
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