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By DANIEL KITTREDGE Cranston voters are well on course for a significant, and potentially historic, turnout in the Nov. 3 general election. As of Monday, roughly a quarter of the city's voters - 14,099 - had already cast ballots, according to figures

City's library system earns national honors

By DANIEL KITTREDGE The city's public library system has received national recognition for its role as a "e;vital community asset."e; The Gerald M. Kline Family Foundation and Library Journal recently announced the Cranston Public Library is the winner of

Winquist: Police showed 'professionalism, great restraint' in protest response

By DANIEL KITTREDGE It was a scene largely uncommon in Cranston, with police and emergency vehicles gathered en masse at a major intersection, lights flashing, onlookers gathered in pockets around the perimeter. There was no fire or major accident, which

Bolts top Falcons

By ALEX SPONSELLER The Cranston East boys soccer team topped visiting rival West 2-1 over the weekend to continue its strong start to the 2020 campaign. Tied 1-1 with less than four minutes remaining in regulation, the Bolts would get the game winner

50 years and the Warwick Mall vision lives on

By JOHN HOWELL The black-and-white photo shows a group of men dressed in suits and ties standing in a line, smiling for the camera for what clearly is an important occasion. It was taken in July 1970. Since then, millions of people have walked where they

City Council hopefuls in wards 2, 6 make case

By DANIEL KITTREDGE Aside from the contests for mayor and three open citywide seats on the City Council, voters in two wards will soon decide contested races to represent their neighborhoods on the nine-member council in the coming term. In Ward 2,

Lanni remembered for 'wisdom, guidance and dedication'

By DANIEL KITTREDGE The community is mourning the loss of a long-serving civic leader. John E. Lanni Jr., who was active in local politics for four decades and served a combined 16 years on the City Council, passed away Oct. 14 at the age of 77. "e;I think

West gets first win

By ALEX SPONSELLER The Cranston West boys soccer team shut out Mt. Pleasant 3-0 on Monday evening to improve to 1-1 on the season. The two clubs were scoreless heading into the second half, but the Falcons offense would take off for three straight goals

Cranston Herald October 28, 2020

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