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By MICHAIAH & ABIGAIL KOJOIAN Currently, there are three rabbits at the Cranston Animal Shelter; Ceasar is one of them. When we took him out of his hutch to take his picture, Ceasar was a little nervous. After some time, he relaxed and was lying on his more
By PAM SCHIFF Whether you believe in ghosts or not, the presentation on Friday, July 7, at the Oak Lawn Library by Ocean State Paranormal left little to doubt that we are not alone. Director and Founder Buddy Thayer entertained the almost three-dozen more
By JEN COWART When Adoption RI called Reel to Real's Anthony Marrapese, they were asking if he'd be willing to host NBC 10's Patrice Wood and a young boy in need of a forever family as a segment of the station's Tuesday's Child" was filmed. Charlie was" more
On July 6, the Cranston Police Department held a Blood Drive at Police Headquarters, located at 5 Garfield Ave. This annual blood drive is done in honor of a member of the Cranston Police law enforcement family, Miranda Petrella. She is the daughter of more
CHILD ABUSE On July 6 at approximately 10:28 p.m. Officer Henry III arrested Bethany M. Romeo, 37, of 25 Hibiscus Drive for second-degree child abuse. Her arrest was the result of a call for service at 515 Natick Ave., and she was held for arraignment at more
By JEN COWART Jerilyn's Sewing School has long since grown out of its original location in owner Jerilyn Perry's basement of her Cranston home, and last month when Perry and her students celebrated 10 years in business, it was with a Hollywood-worthy more
By PAM SCHIFF On Monday, July 10 almost two-dozen elementary school aged children got to express the musicians inside of them. Joel Beauchemin from Fiddle `N' Fun brought along egg shakers, sound sticks, a giant parachute and homemade fiddlesticks to more
By JACOB MARROCCO It didn't take Shannon Krasnowiecki long to fall in love with running. Shortly after quitting smoking in November of 2015, a friend asked her to start running together last May. Six months later, she was crossing the finish line at the more
By JACOB MARROCCO The state budget impasse has left more than $45 million in school funding up in the air, with about $3 million of that being unavailable to Cranston as the fiscal year gets underway. Cranston's original budget request for FY 2018, which more
By JOHN HOWELL While a handful of people gathered outside his Park Avenue law office demanding he get back to work at the State House and settle the budget impasse, House Speaker Nicholas Mattiello said unequivocally that there will be car tax relief. more
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