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Mayor Allan Fung expressed his “concern” about President Donald Trump’s latest executive order on Sunday night, releasing a statement that said the ban could have “unintended … more
By JACOB MARROCCO It may be the Year of the Rooster, but don't expect any chicken ordinances to fly in Cranston this year. Mayor Allan Fung offered that scoop during a 90-minute discussion with the Herald on Thursday, exploring the year ahead while more
Carol A. Peterson, a lifelong resident of Cranston, was recently honored with the inaugural Bradley Hospital Humanitarian of the Year Award. “I was shocked – truly humbled and absolutely … more
By MERI R. KENNEDY The very first public service announcements aired during WWII. Decades later, they continue to serve as powerful reminders to the public. Since 2003, the KDMF (Katie DeCubellis Memorial Fund) has held an annual writing contest, and for more
Michael Bermudez, a/k/a Michael J. Morales, 35, of Cranston, pleaded guilty in federal court in Providence today to trafficking heroin laced with fentanyl and trafficking cocaine, announced United States Attorney Peter F. Neronha, Cranston Police Chief more
By TIM FORSBERG OBSTRUCTION On Jan. 31 at approximately 12:30 a.m., Officer Smith arrested John Courtemanche, 28, of 121 Tell Street Apt. B, Providence, for obstructing an officer in execution of duty, driving without a license third offense, a Superior more
Choosing to express their point of view Administrators, faculty and students from religious, private and charter schools rallied at the State House Thursday in support of School Choice. In contrast to many rallies aimed at promoting a cause to more
After declaring in her State of the State address that she aims to “rebuild and reinvent” the manufacturing industry, Gov. Gina Raimondo took a step toward keeping her promise on Thursday. She … more
By JOHN HOWELL Senator Sheldon Whitehouse planned on visiting the Warwick Public Library Saturday morning to field constituent questions ranging from issues over obtaining a visa to dealing with Medicare coverage. He and other members of the more
By JEN COWART A pep rally Friday at Park View Middle School highlighted the importance of public education and the challenges the public school systems face when funding follows students who choose charter schools and other out of district placements. more
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