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By MERI R. KENNEDY RI Black Film Festival preview event The Cranston Public Library will be hosting the 2020 Rhode Island Black Film Festival Exclusive Preview Event on Saturday, Feb. 22. The event will take place in the James T. Giles Community Room at more
Bruneau & Co.'s next major auction, slated for Saturday, Feb. 15, will be a two-session affair, with bidding available online and in the Cranston gallery at 63 Fourth Ave. Session 1, beginning promptly at 10 am Eastern time, will feature an important more
Liz Boucher of Cranston has been named chief of organizational performance for the PACE organization of Rhode Island (PACE-RI). In this newly created position, Boucher will be overseeing human resources, professional development and compliance. She more
Prized Wear welcomed Mayor Allan Fung recently welcomed Prized Wear to its new location in Chapel View with a ribbon-cutting ceremony. He is pictured with John Ponte, owner of Prized Wear. To learn more, follow the business on Facebook and Instagram. more
Adoption angels Johnston's Smiling Angels Society recently donated 50 duffle bags for children and youths in care at Adoption RI in Providence. Each bag was filled with a homemade doll courtesy of the Cranston Senior Enrichment Center, as well as a plush more
New year of networking Roughly 200 members of the business community turned out at Chapel Grille recently for the first Statewide After Hours networking event of the year. The event was organized by Pat Paolino Cruz of Pat Cruz Events more
Brown Medicine, one of the largest medical group practices in Rhode Island, is offering free CPR training classes to the general public at its Brown Medicine Patient Center located at 375 Wampanoag Trail in East Providence. The training is free of charge more
The Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management has launched its recruitment to staff state parks, beaches, and campgrounds for the 2020 recreational season. The department is actively seeking qualified lifeguards for freshwater and saltwater 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. Isabella Lepre, a senior in the Medical Pathways program at the Cranston Area Career and Technical more
By JEANNINE NOTA-MASSE On Jan. 22, I presented our proposed 2020-21 school department budget to the School Committee. Over the next several weeks, the committee will examine our budget, carefully looking at every line item, every dollar spent, before more
McAteer honored On Jan. 21, Cranston Police Capt. Vincent McAteer received the Rhode Island Police Chiefs' Association Community Policing Award for 2019. McAteer was nominated for this award by Chief of Police Col. Michael Winquist as a result of his more
Senate approves ban on 3-D printed guns and other untraceable firearms The Senate approved legislation (2020-S 2004Aaa) sponsored by Sen. Cynthia Coyne (D-Dist. 32, Barrington, Bristol, East Providence) to outlaw 3-D printed firearms, ghost guns and more
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