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Keeping the street clean On Aug. 24, Mayor Allan Fung and Cranston's Superintendent of Highways, John Corso, unveiled a new Elgin Pelican Sweeper to help keep the streets of Cranston clean. Currently the city has 3 street sweepers, with two of them more
Citywide effort The Cranston Enrichment Center held a short ceremony on Tuesday morning to present a check for $438.32 to the Rhode Island Chapter of the Red Cross to go towards Hurricane Harvey relief efforts. Director Jeffrey Barone said the money more
By PAM SCHIFF Not many people are thinking about back to school supplies in April, when school is still in session for two more months. Luckily, for the Cranston Family Center, Carlos Laires, manager of TJ Maxx in Cranston, he was. In April I wanted" more
The Artists' Exchange on Rolfe Sq. hosts a monthly Craft Bash which are free for children and their families. On Aug. 26, children learned the basics of pottery under the direction of Claudia DeCesare of the Artists' Exchange. The craft this past more
ASSAULT On Sept. 3 at approximately 1:09 p.m., Officers Long and Maione Jr. arrested Jose Leon, 28, of 40 Maplewood Ave. Cranston, for disorderly conduct and simple assault. The arrest was the result of a call for an assault at Miller's Crossing at 43 more
She can drive 100 Alice Laurenson of Cranston had a dream wish to celebrate her 100th birthday: A ride on a motorcycle. Her good friend, Idowu (I.D.) Kuti,rented a two-passenger motorcycle and took her on the ride of her life. Alice celebrated her more
By ZACK DeLUCA Hundreds of people gathered at the State House to remember and honor their loved ones who have passed away from drug related-overdoses as part of the Overdose Awareness Day and Remembrance Vigil" this past Thursday. The vigil was" more
By JEN COWART The school year began with all sunny skies in Cranston on Tuesday morning, as faculty, staff, families and students began the new school year, saying good-bye to another summer. It was the first post-Labor Day start in quite some time, more
By JACOB MARROCCO Hurricane Harvey recently ravaged Texas and Louisiana, but now it's time to hit Harvey back. Cranston is no exception to that relief effort. The Cranston Fire Department announced Friday it would send current and former members to more
By JACOB MARROCCO The Council President Communications section of the City Council agenda is usually reserved for Michael Farina to make comments on legislation that has passed through or anything else pertinent to Cranston. On Aug. 28, his mind was more
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