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St. Mark's Episcopal Church, 111 West Shore Road, is holding a May Breakfast May 4 from 8-11 am. Adults $8, children 5-12 $4, children under 5 free. Menu includes scrambled eggs, bacon, ham, home fries, pancakes, muffins, hot and cold beverages. Please more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE Ken Hopkins has opted against a bid for the mayor's office in 2020, planning instead to seek reelection to his City Council seat - and, if the Republican majority holds, to take on the council's top leadership post. I've had a lot of" more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE David Rodio, a former building official in Providence and current building official for the town of Hopkinton, is on course to become Cranston's new director of building inspections. During a special meeting held April 10 as part of more
By ETHAN HARTLEY The Rhode Island Department of Children, Youth and Families (DCYF) reported on Friday that it is committed to making widespread systemic changes and continuing ongoing reforms in order to better serve vulnerable children and families and more
The R.I. Division of Motor Vehicles will offer an online reservation program for commercial driver license services beginning Wednesday, April 17 as the Division continues its operational improvement program. Reservation programs have resulted in more
By JOHN HOWELL Clayton Shackleton's great-grandfather and grandfather didn't always see things eye-to-eye. Both knew how to build houses. Albert Shackleton Sr. saw the future in building single-family homes. He had the right idea at the right time. It more
By JEN COWART After an undefeated season leading them into the semifinals, the Cranston High School West Mock Trial team has finally rested its case after a defeat last week at the hands of The Wheeler School. The West team competed in three regular more
By MERI R. KENNEDY The New Hope Art Gallery at the Cranston Enrichment Center, 1070 Cranston St., held the opening of its Spring Show on April 2, welcoming members of the community to view roughly 400 pieces of art across a range of styles and media. more
By MERI R. KENNEDY When a child is diagnosed with cancer, the lives of their loved ones are changed forever. Supporting local children and families through treatment is at the heart of The Tomorrow Fund Stroll, which was held for the 17th year Sunday in more
On Saturday, March 30, the Cranston Public Library and Roger Williams University hosted the second session in the “Prep for Success” series, presenting information to students who are looking … more
By JEN COWART For the first time ever, the Hope Highlands Middle School Drama Club performed a sold-out show on Friday evening. The opening performance of the hit musical Newsies" was the first of three shows performed over the weekend after months of" more
By MERI R. KENNEDY Fine amnesty at library In celebration of Rhode Island Library Day on Saturday, April 13, the Cranston Public Library will offer fine amnesty at all its branches. Patrons may return overdue books and materials, and the library will more
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