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By THOMAS GREENBERG Cranston's next city planner has a lot of work ahead of him. But because Jason Pezzullo has been working in the planning department for 12 years now, he and retiring director Peter LaPolla are ready for a seamless transition as more
Mayor Allan Fung welcomed College Bound, LLC to the business community on Jan. 3. The company’s mission is to “guarantee each student’s journey through the college application process is a … more
By MERI R. KENNEDY Within three hours, 900 signatures on six petitions to help animals throughout Rhode Island were collected at Pet Supplies Plus in Garden City on Jan. 6 by Dennis Tabella, Director of Defenders of Animals and several volunteers. more
ASSAULT On January 2 at 11:30 p.m., Officer Bellevue arrested Eric G. Brown, 44 of 54 Lexington Avenue in Cranston for domestic simple assault as a result of a warrant stop by Warwick Police. He was then held for arraignment. LARCENY Officer Medeiros more
By JEN COWART With the start of the New Year, OneCranston has formally introduced their new Initiative Director, Ayana Crichton. Formerly an employee of the Cranston Public Schools as director of their after-school, summer, and vacation programming for more
By THOMAS GREENBERG The drifts piled up as high as the gazebo in Garden City. Schools were cancelled for two days and the city was basically shut down last Thursday as the snowstorm brought over a foot of snow to the area. But officials across Cranston more
By THOMAS GREENBERG Cranston East students got the call just over an hour before school was going to start Monday morning that they'd be getting five days off from school. The reason was a pipe burst - an issue that Edgewood Highland is also dealing with more
By THOMAS GREENBERG Edgewood Highland Elementary students and staff needed to find a new home-away-from-home after a water main break caused a flood of four feet at one point last Wednesday, forcing the students to evacuate. They've now got one in the more
Leadership award John O'Leary, M.Ed. and former mayor of Cranston, received the 2017 UPCEA Leadership and Service Award. He was nominated for his tremendous and sustainable success of URI special programs" and for his "leadership and collegial" more
The Rhode Island Department of Health (RIDOH) is reminding Rhode Islanders to take precautions to stay healthy and safe when shoveling snow. Because shoveling can cause sudden increases in blood pressure and heart rate, it can causes heart attacks. more
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