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By JOHN HOWELL In a defiant move nine years ago, a group of Edgewood Yacht Club sailors, using a skiff, reached the docks where they kept their Sunfish sailboats and went out racing. The docks and the boats had been spared from the fire that broke up more
By KELLSIE KING Southern New England residents may know psychic medium Matt Fraser from his shows at local venues, during which he performs group readings for those in the audience. Now, people all over the country will get to see those abilities and get more
1070 Cranston St. 780-6000 Lunch & Entertainment Thursday, Jan. 16 at 11:30 a.m. Suggested donation: $3 Bring a friend and enjoy lunch while listening to the Al Testa Jazz Quartet. Call 780-6134 for your reservation. Staying Safe at Home: Lifeline more
The Narragansett Council, Boy Scouts of America hosted the 16th annual Merit Badge College at Rhode Island College on Saturday, Jan. 4. The all-day event gave over 1,000 Scouts the opportunity to learn from local business leaders in 62 different more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE Ward 5 Councilman Chris Paplauskas confirmed last week that he continues to mull a run for the mayor's office. "e;I'm strongly considering it . I plan to make a decision in the spring,"e; he told the Herald. Paplauskas made history in more
DOMESTIC CHARGES On Jan. 2 at 8:45 p.m., police arrested Susan L. Curran, 33, 275 Phenix Ave., Apt. 1, Cranston, on charges of domestic vandalism and domestic disorderly conduct. On Jan. 3 at 11:55 p.m., police arrested Josue Calderon, 31, 215 Dora St., more
Pedestrian struck, killed on Dyer Avenue A woman was killed after being struck by a vehicle on Dyer Avenue on Saturday night. Angelina Cruz Hernandez, 76, of 575 Dyer Ave., had succumbed to her injuries by the time emergency personnel responded to the more
Sound of strings On Jan. 7, a crowded audience at Cranston High School East enjoyed the sights and sounds of the Combined and Advanced Orchestras from Park View and Bain middle schools. The event was called "e;Winter 2020 Strings Concert."e; "e;This was our more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE The city's year-long review of its rules governing solar energy installations is set to reach a conclusion in the coming days - and while officials are poised to adopt changes that would bar large, commercial-scale projects in a pair more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE The race for mayor got underway Tuesday as City Council President Michael Farina formally announced his long-anticipated bid for the city's top job. "e;Cranston is my home, and when elected mayor I promise to protect and to serve every more
By JEN COWART You could have heard a pin drop in the packed auditorium at Cranston High School East last Wednesday night. Chris Herren, a Fall River native who once played professional basketball for the NBA's Boston Celtics, visited the school to share more
By MERI R. KENNEDY MLK Day Scholarship Breakfast The Rhode Island Ministers Alliance will celebrate its 37th annual Martin Luther King Day Scholarship Breakfast on Monday, Jan. 20, at Rhodes on the Pawtuxet, 60 Rhodes Place, Cranston. Doors open at 7 more
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