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By MERI R. KENNEDY Former Cranston resident Jean Colaneri has worked in the city for most of her career, including at the Cranston YMCA from 1980 to 2008. She was very active in the community and had started off as a child care counselor. Over the years, more
1070 Cranston St. 780-6000 Short-Term Rehab: What is It? Thursday, Jan. 9 at 10 a.m. Provided by the Scandinavian Home Who can benefit from short-term rehab? What does it include? What is the cost? Who pays? Bring your questions and concerns. more
By JEN COWART Special to the Herald Editor's note: This story is part of an occasional series highlighting senior interns in Cranston Public Schools. Ariana Pimental is a senior in the Entrepreneurship program at the Cranston Area Career & Technical more
The Community College of Rhode Island was named the nation's "e;2-Year College of the Year"e; by Education Dive: Higher Ed, a leading industry news publisher. The 2019 Dive Awards recognize the industry's top disruptors and innovators who are transforming more
By JEANNINE NOTA-MASSE Happy New Year to all and welcome back to school! I hope you all enjoyed the winter break and you're ready to take on the next portion of the school year here in Cranston. We are now in the final stretch of the first semester for more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE The two men have very different visions in terms of policy, but Mayor Allan Fung said he counts Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang as a friend - and he sees him as an inspiration for members of minority communities that more
Patriot's Pen Congratulations to Hugh B. Bain seventh-grader Jayden Symonds, who recently received an award from the VFW for his winning essay in the Patriot's Pen Essay Contest. Ret. Col. Denise Calise presented the award to Symonds in front of his more
DUI On Dec. 27 at 11:37 p.m., police arrested Paige Stewart, 30, 30 Robinlyn Drive, Cranston, on a charge of driving under the influence. Police say Stewart was arrested as a result of a motor vehicle accident on Phenix Avenue. On Jan. 1 at 1:33 a.m., more
By MERI R. KENNEDY New librarian welcomed at Oak Lawn The Cranston Public Library has welcomed Tayla Cardillo as the new librarian at the Oak Lawn Branch, located at 230 Wilbur Ave. Cardillo received a master's degree in library and information science more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE John Howell had owned the Warwick Beacon for less than a decade as the snow began to fall in early February 1978. At the time, the paper, which is now published twice weekly, was still printing a single edition each week. It hit more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE After several months of continuations, a proposal seeking to set a minimum wage of $12.75 an hour for city workers received the backing of the City Council's Finance Committee on Monday. Attached to the measure as a condition, more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE The "e;worst kept secret in Cranston"e; will soon be officially out in the open. City Council President Michael Farina is set to launch his campaign for mayor during a gathering Jan. 14 at Twin Oaks. "e;You're invited to join Council more
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