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By JACOB MARROCCO The Tri-County Regional Prevention Coalition officially recognized and awarded recipients of its state overdose response grants during a ceremony at the Johnston Senior Center on Tuesday morning. Tri-County estimated in early July that more
The Cranston Public Library has won an $8,600 grant from the Rhode Island Foundation to offer racial equity training to as many as 50 municipal, business and nonprofit leaders this fall. The initiative is a partnership with the OneCranston Working Cities more
By JEN COWART Each year, as a service to our readers, the Cranston Herald provides a listing of the administrators running each of the Cranston Public Schools as well as a quick introduction to any new building administrators. This year, there are more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE The Cranston Fire Department finally has a new permanent chief in place - although as has been the case in the weeks since William McKenna's retirement in July, the confirmation of Stephen MacIntosh by the City Council on Monday was more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE Should the mayor and members of the City Council receive significant pay increases at the start of the next term? A pair of ordinance amendments introduced as new business during Monday's meeting would boost the compensation for the more
By PAM SCHIFF In general terms, most people would consider it unlikely that a Catholic priest - much less one from Cranston - would be a contestant on any type of reality television show. However, Father Adam Young, pastor at St. Paul's Church in more
MULTIPLE CHARGES On Aug. 15 at 5:14 p.m., police arrested David A. Dimuccio Jr., 30, 84 Harvard St., Cranston, on two counts of assault with dangerous weapon and charges of license/permit required for carrying a pistol, resisting arrest, disorderly more
The Pawtuxet Athletic Club Tournament Committee members extend their sincerest thanks to the supporters and sponsors of the 12th annual Jay Shaw and Everett Souza Memorial Fishing Tournament, which culminated on June 2 at the Pawtuxet Athletic Club. The more
By JOHN HOWELL Rick Corrente has a red nose. Actually, he has 560 of them, and next Monday, Labor Day, he hopes the noses will have helped him raise thousands to build a free hospital, the dream of Dr. Hunter Patch" Adams. A mortgage broker and former" more
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Citing sentiment from constituents and a belief that Congress is being “stymied” by the administration, U.S. Rep. James Langevin on Wednesday announced his support for an impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump. more
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“It’s been said that volunteering and helping others can reduce stress, combat depression, keep you mentally stimulated and provide a sense of purpose,” said Dennis Tabella, director of … more
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