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LAST WEEK’S ASSAULT: At 2:33 p.m. on Nov. 12, Cranston Police arrested David Francisco, 44, of 133 Dunedin Street, Cranston, for Assault on a Person Over 60 Causing Bodily Injury, Domestic … more
A brand new van with a snazzy logo will be parked all around Cranston in the coming year, loaded up with books, tech, and librarians on a mission to bring library services to folks in … more
An event at the Community Noise Lab at Brown University marks the most recent salvo in the ongoing battle between the Cranston Police Department and residents neighboring its police academy firing … more
Editor’s Note: This is the fourth installment of a series looking at the newest iteration of the proposed Winsor Avenue solar farm. The public hearing is expected to continue on Dec. 14, with a public input session and possibly a vote on a special-use permit to build an industrial-scale 19-megawatt (MW) solar field, with nearly 50,000 solar panels at 118 Winsor Ave. in northwest Johnston. more
Look both ways and say a Hail Mary. Crossing the street in the Ocean State can be tricky, at best — and deadly, at worst. Last week, a teacher (and nun) was seriously injured while … more
Everyone is in search of a Buddy, right? Well, this Buddy is searching for you too! He is just a year old and is an all around great pup! He is playful with other dogs, loves people, walks great on a … more
Inside the lobby of Garden City Elementary School is a trash can decorated to look like a monster. However, it is a friendly monster, who goes by the name of Fred. All Fred feeds upon is candy … more
Pat and Rich Masterson, at right, found an enthusiast welcoming committee when they arrived Saturday morning for the Veterans Day breakfast co-hosted by Bishop Hendricken High School and Iggy’s … more
Adaptive yoga instructor Robin Sousa begins her class by having her 16 participants shake their arms, first by their sides and then over their heads. “Shake it up low!” she says. … more
[I moved to Cranston] in 1984. I kind of bounced around, but I was coming from Lynn, Mass, and I grew up in upstate New York. … I worked for the Amalgamated Clothing and Textile Workers Union … more
Our programs assist, inform, entertain, and enrich the lives of individuals 55 years and older. White Cross Pharmacy MedPack Wednesday, November 29th – 10:00 a.m. Facilitator: … more
Motorists in the Northeast may be giving thanks at the pump as gas prices continue to steadily decline and are now more than 40 cents cheaper than this time last year. Oil prices closed lower … more
Tucked into the smaller activity room at William Hall Library, on Wednesday afternoons, a group of women work diligently crocheting and knitting blankets for babies and children up to 18 years old. … more
Growing up, Scott Jablonski didn’t know that other kids didn’t make up songs in their heads the way that he did. “I didn’t realize that’s what I was doing,” … more
On Friday, Cranston Police helped escort a local two-year-old to the hospital for cancer treatment. Cranston Police posted photos online from the escort, which also included representatives from … more
The Cranston Animal Shelter was recognized last week for achieving the status of a “no-kill” shelter by a national animal welfare organization. Best Friends … more
As he steps down as Rhode Island Democratic Party Chair, Rep. Joseph McNamara (Dist. 19, Warwick/Cranston) looks to devote more time to education. McNamara, said his decision to seek the … more
Following the catastrophic flooding at Dean Estates, newly homeless tenants were asked to sign away any chance of recompense in exchange for a gift card. The Cranston Herald has received … more
Cranston’s population of multilingual learners (MLL) has doubled in the past eight years. In 2015, the district had 514 students for whom English was their second language. By 2023, that … more
Weekend Spotlights Nov. 18, Armenian Evangelical Church Holiday Bazaar will be held on Sat., Nov. 18, from 12-7 p.m., at the church, 180 Oaklawn Avenue, Cranston. Half Roasted Chicken, Losh … more
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