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This school year, the Cranston Public Library, the Cranston Public School Department, and the Mayor's Office have teamed up to make sure that every student in Cranston has a working library card with … more
DISORDERLY CONDUCT AND MORE Cranston Deputy Fire Chief Paul Valletta, 59, was arrested following an alleged incident at the Cranston Fire Department on 1155 Scituate Ave. on Sept. 9 at around 2 p.m. Valletta was charged with simple assault or battery and more
By JEN COWART Across the city, students were walking to school, accompanied by members of the Cranston Police Department. The Walking School Bus event is a yearly event celebrated nationwide and … more
By JACOB MARROCCO It wasn't the war room before a hurricane, but three top minds in preparing Cranston for a potential natural disaster came together Friday to discuss the city's strategy for everything from cyclones to blizzards. Fire Chief William more
By JACOB MARROCCO There was no down time in Houston for Cranston firefighters Scott Robinson and Brendan Colman. The two ventured to the city ravaged by Hurricane Harvey to lend peer support to other firefighters and their families, and they were put to more
Salvatore “Sal” Caiozzo may not have a simple task ahead of him in his attempt to unseat Jim Langevin from Rhode Island’s 2nd Congressional District (a seat he has held since 2000), but he … more
By JACQUELYN MOOREHEAD -- While the toll from damage by hurricane Irma is still being tracked, a kennel in Charlestown is counting their blessings as their family of Havanese dogs was rescued from Fort Myers, Florida. more
By JOHN HOWELL -- Help make the Rocky Point license plate a reality by pre-registering today at RockyPointPlate.com more
By JACOB MARROCCO -- As Hurricanes Harvey and Irma have devastated Texas and Florida and while Jose looms in the Atlantic, Sen. Jack Reed stopped by RIEMA on Friday to discuss the state's preparedness. more
By JOHN HOWELL -- When Chris Mirmirani heard Friday that Benny's would be closing all of their stores by the end of the year, he knew where he wanted to be Saturday morning. more
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