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By MERI R. KENNEDY Don Gillis of Cranston has been included in a national book published this year and the co-author has written this story about his American Bandstand" visit in 1960. Don Gillis had a once-in a-lifetime opportunity to visit the" more
ASSAULT As the result of a motor vehicle stop on December 29 at 11:11 a.m. at 1195 Oaklawn Ave., Officer Lavey arrested Kyle Lavallee, 23, homeless, for domestic simple assault, third offense. He was held for arraignment a Justice of the Peace. At 3:08 more
Nearly 30,000 winter coats from Ocean State Job Lot’s “Buy, Give, Get” program are being distributed throughout New England, New York and New Jersey to help local veterans stay warm this … more
By PAM SCHIFF When word spread quickly through the Cranston community that beloved former Park View secretary and volunteer Harriet Dever passed away on November 16, a collective feeling of loss went through the city. She started with Cranston in 1942." more
By JOHN HOWELL With temperatures dipping into the single digits, National Grid customers are using about 60 percent more natural gas than they would if the thermometer was reading in the 30s. Based on the weather forecast, that demand is projected to more
When ice is nice With so many ponds frozen and the ice four inches and thicker, not to mention it was Christmas break, Second Time Sports at 453 Atwood Ave. in Cranston was jamming last week as people bought skates or had them sharpened. Christian Kuiawa more
By JEN COWART Just before the winter break, a celebration was held at Gladstone Elementary School for a special group of adults and children. Principal Susan Buonanno and Assistant Principal Keith Croft brought together the students who are part of the more
By THOMAS GREENBERG The Cranston YMCA is now going to be able to fix their roof and replace hot water heaters and boilers. The Scandinavian Home's going to get a much-needed" new fire alarm system. The Southside Community Land Trust farm is going to get" more
Cranston High School West has announced their academic honor roll for the first quarter of the 2017-2018 school year. Students are recognized for achieving academic success using the following designations: Highest Honors: a grape point average of 4.0 or more
The Rhode Island Office of Energy Resources (OER) announced that, beginning January 1, 2018, municipalities, businesses and individuals would benefit from a uniform, statewide solar permit application, which streamlines the building and electric permit more
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