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ASSAULT On December 24 at 10:29 a.m. Officers Lang and McIntyre arrested Sunny Suth, 30, of 39 Lark Ave., Cranston for simple assault or battery and resisting legal or illegal arrest. Suth's arrest was the result of a call for service at the more
Bain students of month Each month, each team's teachers at Bain Middle School, as well as their Unified Arts Departments, select students of the month. These are November's winners: (top row from left) Dean of Students Mike Walsh, Domenic Grimaldi, more
Mayor's Emergency Fuel Assistance Program The Mayor's Emergency Fuel Assistance Program is available to Cranston residents who need immediate delivery of home heating oil. The program is open to HUD income qualified individuals and families who have less more
By JOHN HOWELL Theresa Tortolani, whose home on Crestwood Road is not far from Garden City, got another visit from a National Grid crew Friday. They were there to check her home for any natural gas that might have seeped into her basement from a leaking more
By THOMAS GREENBERG The director of technology for Cranston Public Schools, Donna-Marie Frappier, said that technology now plays a role in everything that Cranston schools do. That's why the department has to continue updating a revolving technology plan more
By THOMAS GREENBERG Cranston's audit for fiscal year 2017, which ended June 30, shows a surplus of $123,000, according to city finance director Bob Strom and the Mayor's office. Mayor Allan Fung said that the surplus has been added to the city's rainy more
By JOHN HOWELL -- Ester Sarafian knows how to bring a crowd to their feet. Without assistance, Ester headed into the dining room at the Scandinavian Assisted Living Community. more
By THOMAS GREENBERG -- Funding for public renovations and development in Pawtuxet Village just got scarcer. That’s where the Pawtuxet Village Foundation comes in. more
State government officials are well aware that something needs to be done to avoid ending the fiscal year in a multi-million dollar deficit, but there's little guarantee about whether or not there's enough time left to maneuver the ship away from that more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- At the Rhode Island Parrot Rescue in Warwick, even if you may have difficulty hearing the volunteers over the clamorous call of a macaw, there is no doubt they are all about the birds. more
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