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Perfecting their craft A ribbon cutting ceremony was held at Cork & Brew & Spirits Too, located at 2200 Broad St., on July 27. Mayor Allan Fung welcomed the new owner, Al Sinclair, to Cranston. Sinclair has kept many of the traditions from the former more
Colonel Michael J. Winquist, Chief of the Cranston Police Department, announces that the Cranston Police Department arrested a Cranston man who struck a Cranston business owner and his son, causing serious bodily injury. Willard Whiting, age 45, of 200 more
By THOMAS GREENBERG Cranston Police officers Daniel Langlais and Seth Aldrich were already honored by their own department for stopping a man from killing himself last December, but now they've been recognized at a national level by the Veterans of more
By JEN COWART On Saturday, July 28, A&J held a vegan showcase and sampling event as a means of introducing their newest vegan items to the public. For several hours, the staff welcomed customers and answered questions. The bakery is owned by Joe and Amy more
New space Cubesmart Self Storage has opened its ninth location in Rhode Island at 950 Phenix Ave. There are more than 1,000 locations nationwide. It is a three-story climate-controlled self-storage company with more than 600 available units for a total more
By JEN COWART Starting in September there will be a new playground in town, thanks to the collaborative efforts of many and made possible by a RI Foundation Community Grant. When it was determined that Eden Park Elementary School was the only elementary more
“All kids can do theater.” That’s the motto of Ann O’Grady, executive director of the Rhode Island Youth Theatre. more
Warwick Veterans Memorial High School, Classes of '65, '66 and '67, will have an informal get-together picnic Aug. 4 at the Masonic Youth Center, 116 Long St., Warwick. Bring your chair, drinks and food. Grills will be provided. The pool and beach area more
Robert and Alexandra Smith have just self-published their first book through Mascot Books, “An Angel Finds the Way,” written by Robert, a pilot, and illustrated by Alexandra, a 2018 Yale … more
By THOMAS GREENBERG Fred Joslyn Jr. doesn't want to see a 672-square-foot sign when he drives out of his neighborhood. But that's what he thinks he'll have to deal with if a proposal by CubeSmart, a new storage space warehouse being built on Phenix Ave., more
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