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By JEN COWART Kids of all ages were entertained by the science, art and comedy of Bubbleologist" Keith Michael Johnson on Thursday night at the Cranston Public Libraries and Cranston Public Schools collaborative summer reading kick-off event. Guests at" more
Troop 1 Gaspee Plateau has fledged 96 Eagle Scouts in its 86 years, and recently added three more names to that list from Cranston and Warwick. James Stubbs Jr., from Warwick, began his scouting career with Pack 1 Gaspee Plateau in the fall of 1999 as more
By JEN COWART Recently, Hugh B. Bain Middle School welcomed Wendelin Van Draanen (wendelinvand.com) to their school, and her imaginative wit and creativity was on full display. Van Draanen is a renowned young adult author who has written more than two more
The Cranston Public Library, in partnership with the parks & recreation department, announced the lineup for the 2018 summer concert series beginning June 28 and running through August 2 at the William Hall Library on Broad Street: The New 40 Thursday more
By THOMAS GREENBERG Chris Paplauskas was the first Republican to win the Ward 5 City Council seat in 74 years when he elected in 2014 after a failed run in 2012. He was then reelected in 2016 and has announced that he is running again for the same seat more
By PAM SCHIFF Recently, the Cranston High School East Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps held their awards ceremony for the 29th Corps of Cadets. In total, there were no less than 48 different forms of awards presented. The ceremony honored and" more
By THOMAS GREENBERG Robert Lancia, who represents Cranston as a member of the state House of Representatives, is considering a Republican run for lieutenant governor. If elected, he would work to eliminate the office of the lieutenant governor, which he more
By THOMAS GREENBERG As six new police officers, including two transfers from other departments were welcomed into the Cranston police force Thursday night, eight current members of the department were given promotions, and an additional nine were more
By PAM SCHIFF Not every student who lives in Cranston goes to a Cranston high school. And, for that reason, for the past 10 years since he's been in office, Mayor Allan Fung has held a small, private ceremony honoring all Cranston students who are in the more
By THOMAS GREENBERG When you hear the story of Johnny Ryan Jr., a graduate of the class of 2000 at Cranston West, you'll probably think it's just another crazy - and lucky - Hollywood success story. But for Ryan, his plight to being a highly successful more
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