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The giant blue banner across the building seeks new managers. The pay starts at more than $20 per hour. Raising Cane’s pledges to open its first Ocean State location to start the New Year. … more
Johnston’s Amazon won’t open in 2023. That’s confirmed. Now the launch has been pushed to a mystery date in 2024. Johnston Mayor Joseph M. Polisena Jr. expects the … more
The Church of the Annunciation’s annual Greek Food Fair and Christmas Bazaar is like fine wine; it’s getting bigger and better with age. Last weekend’s two-day event, which … more
Weekend Spotlight Nov. 11, Veterans Through the Ages is sponsored by The Hope Historical Society, inviting the community to the meeting on Sat., Nov. 11, 2 p.m., at the Howland Barn, 35 Ryefield … more
DOMESTIC ASSAULT At 8:22 p.m., on Nov. 6, Cranston Police Officers arrested Christopher Conti, 32, of 196 Clarence St., Cranston, for Domestic Simple Assault and Domestic Disorderly Conduct as … more
Elena Coccio first noticed the weakness in her right hand last December. Her initial thought was that she had multiple sclerosis, or MS, the same disease that her grandfather had. By the time … more
Dean of the College of Business at URI, Sean Edmund Rogers of Cranston is one of two new United Way Board members installed at the organization’s recent 97th annual celebration. Rogers is a … more
The St. Mary’s Feast Society Ladies Auxiliary Annual Holiday Craft and Vendor Show ran from 9am to 4pm on Saturday, November 4. Local vendors filled the St. Mary’s Parish Center gym, … more
The Huddle Center held it’s annual Halloween event on October 26. Children were invited in for some safe indoor trick or treating. Volunteers decorated each room of the center with a different … more
Johnston-headquartered Operation Stand Down RI will display the Boots on the Ground for Heroes Memorial on the field at Gillette Stadium this Veterans Day Weekend. This is the first time the … more
We work to create a healthier, happier Cranston for all residents through events, workshops, resident-led working groups and The Huddle Center, our Cranston Family Support Center. Fall Craft … more
Northeast gasoline prices continue to decline slowly and steadily as weak demand and lower oil costs take hold of petroleum markets.   Oil prices fell for the second straight week last … more
Our programs assist, inform, entertain, and enrich the lives of individuals 55 years and older.   REE Digital Literacy Workshops Cybersecurity Basics (English & Spanish) … more
Humans of Cranston is back for a second year after a successful first season, and is now accepting nominations! Over the last year, the project featured 19 resident stories in a Herald column, on … more
Let the first piece of copy you read under my byline be this: thank you for making a space for me in this community. I am so looking forward to getting to know all of you, to learn about all the … more
Last Thursday, Warwick-based nonprofit House of Hope celebrated the nine graduates of their Peer Mentor and Employment Training Program. Graduates who were once homeless or recovering from … more
Students form Gladstone School have been separated as their school undergoes a deconstruction before being rebuilt newer and better. Deciding this was the perfect time to get together, students who … more
In the most recent round of home reevaluations, a Cranston resident found his home’s value increased due to having a central air system that doesn’t exist. Fourth Ward resident Alex … more
On October 16 the city filed for summary judgment in the $46 million lawsuit it faces over allegations that Mayor Ken Hopkins and former Mayor Allan Fung conducted “improper and unlawful … more
Gloria Coppola never stops looking for connections that will answer questions. In this case it is the disappearance of Frank Hanson Jr., 16 who lived in Cranston and was soon to move to Warwick … more
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