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Two Cranston elementary school teachers are among the educators statewide who will share nearly $60,000 in grants for classroom innovation. Launched by philanthropists Letitia and John Carter in 2013, the Spark Grants program is designed to give more
By JOHN HOWELL While it wasn't prominent until earlier this year, this flu season is on a par with prior years with 135 cases and three flu-related deaths being reported by the state Department of Health as of Tuesday. Department spokesman Joseph more
By TESSA ROY A Warwick Democrat and a Cranston Republican are teaming up to put veterans affairs in a legislative spotlight. Representative Camille Vella-Wilkinson and Representative Robert Lancia, both proudly touting their Navy service, shared many of more
By JEN COWART Governor Gina Raimondo was at Cranston East last week and Johnston High School this week, to discuss her proposed free college initiative for college students, beginning with the high school graduating classes of 2017, which would offer more
Patriots The Cranston Police Department was recognized on the field at Patriot Place during the AFC Divisional Round against Houston earlier this month. Officers Tortorella, Davis, Pariseault and Captain McAteer represented the department. more
After releasing her $9.248 billion budget last week, Governor Gina Raimondo continued to promote her campaign for two years of free college education to Rhode Islanders, saying the initiative is not … more
Barbers Mark Maggiacomo and Alan Ferla had the time to watch Donald J. Trump take the oath as the nation’s 45th president, as Louie’s Barber Shop in Conimicut was quiet Friday at midday. Usually, … more
POSSESSION On January 23 at 1:08 a.m., Officers Machado, Quaranto, Maione, and Merry arrested Micayla Martin, 20, of 381 Wickeden Street in Providence for possession of a Schedule III drug, Suboxone. The arrest was the result of an officer initiated more
At the Cranston Education Advisory Board (CEAB) meeting earlier this month, Joseph Rotz announced the winner of the contest to choose a new logo and slogan for the Cranston Public Schools. The slogan and logo will appear on department websites, social more
By PAM SCHIFF As required by City Charter, Jeannine Nota-Masse, Superintendent of Cranston Public Schools, presented her proposed budget for the school year 2017-2018 to the Cranston School Committee and members of the public at a recent meeting on more
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