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By THOMAS GREENBERG In a release sent Monday, the state's Deaprtment of Health (DOH) and Department of Environmental Management (DEM) advised people to avoid contact with Spectacle Pond, located off Route 2 near Cranston Stadium, due to a bacteria bloom more
The city of Cranston has been recognized for excellence in financial reporting by the Government Finance Officers Association (GFOA). Cranston Mayor Allan Fung announced that the city has received the Certificate of Achievement of Excellence in Financial more
By JEN COWART Although the school year has only just begun, the school community at Park View Middle School is already full-speed ahead, registering participants and accepting sponsorships for this year's Veteran's Day 5K. The website for this year's more
MERI R. KENNEDY The Gloria Gemma Breast Cancer Resource Foundation, a Rhode Island Nonprofit, anticipates a record number of people to attend its annual Flames of Hope: A Celebration of Life Weekend due to the activities and international attractions more
By PAM SCHIFF The six citywide council candidates appearing on the November ballot have been invited to participate in a forum sponsored by the Cranston Herald and hosted by the Cranston Central Library on Thursday, Oct. 18 at 6 p.m. The forum will be more
By JEN COWART As last school year concluded in June, many students from the Cranston Area Career and Technical Center (CACTC), housed on the Cranston High School West campus, were packing their bags, ready to head to Louisville, Ky. for the SkillsUSA more
By THOMAS GREENBERG Olivia Volpe, who is a senior at Cranston West and had never competed in a pageant before, decided roughly a month ago to enter the Miss Teen Rhode Island 2019 competition held this past weekend, and after unexpectedly taking the more
Not your usual pumpkin Ray and Gail Casci of Johnston weren't necessarily looking for pumpkins on their visit Tuesday to Confreda Farms in Cranston. She was thinking chrysanthemums, but then they spotted these unusual pumpkins and remembered the times more
By THOMAS GREENBERG Members of the City Council, school department, school committee, first responders, and Mayor's office had their fourth meeting of the minds last Tuesday to discuss school safety. This sub-committee was formed in February to try to more
To the Editor: Please join my team, The Flying Flapdoodles, for the Walk to Defeat ALS on Sunday, September 16. The Rhode Island ALS Association sponsors this event that brings people together for a fantastic cause, to support ALS research and patient more
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