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By JOHN HOWELL Alan Shawn Feinstein is one of the many who want to see the PawSox stay in Rhode Island. That wasn't the reason he was in the audience Saturday morning at Bruneau & Co. Auctioneers in Cranston, although there is a connection. Feinstein was more
By JEN COWART OneCranston, an initiative through CCAP to bring social cohesion to the city of Cranston as part of the Working Cities Challenge, hosted its first event Friday night, a three-hour business card networking gathering, held at the Artists' more
A statewide bus, which was carrying students to Hendricken according to Cranston Schools Operating Officer Ray Votto, was seen stuck off the road on Tuesday morning at the intersection of Wilbur … more
Grade 6 High Honors Vineet Abbineni, Michael Alviano, Leah Bucci, Lily Buco, Adrianni Carvalho, Alex Ceseretti, Ethan Chin, Danielle DeSocio, Gabriella DiFilippo, Lila Dohoney, Devin Exter, Jayden Falcone, Nathanael Feret, Jake Greene, Marco Ialongo, more
By PAM SCHIFF Proper etiquette and manners dictate that if someone gives you a gift or goes out of their way in kindness, you respond with a thank you. The problem with this particular incident for Kris Jeffers, his daughter Ashley Jeffers, and Ashley's more
By MERI R. KENNEDY On Saturday, Jan. 27, the Cranston YMCA opened their doors and facilities to the public to show many new improvements and programs that they now offer. We were thrilled to welcome members of the community who might not be familiar" more
The RI Hospitality Association (RIHA) recently recognized Cranston resident, Ruth Ferrazzano, owner of Murphy’s as “Woman of the Year” and Lynne Urbani, Policy Director to the Speaker of the … more
Nathan Scarborough, an 8th grader at Park View, won the middle school's spelling bee competition last week, beating out seven other participants for the first place finish. Here he poses after the big win with Park View's English Language Arts more
By PAM SCHIFF At January's meeting, the School Committee approved a resolution that will redistrict certain streets, sending students to Oaklawn Elementary School instead of Orchard Farms. The 18 streets affected by this move include Apple Blossom Lane, more
By MERI R. KENNEDY On the heels of the second Women's March in Washington, D.C., and RI Women's March Rally at the RI State House, Rhode Island firm, Imaj Associates, whose team includes several connected to Cranston, has been recognized with an more
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