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SIMPLE ASSAULT At 12:07 a.m., May 5, Cranston Police Officers arrested Richard Johnson, 53, of 30 Howard Ave., Cranston, for disorderly conduct, resisting arrest and two counts of simple … more
There was lots of hairspray, and plenty of sequins and suit jackets Friday as a large room on the second floor of the Hotel Providence was turned into a hub of pre-prom activity. Hairstylists … more
He nabbed criminals on the lam, discovered the missing, took drugs and guns off the street and won the hearts of all those lucky enough to scratch him behind the ear. Law enforcement gathered Monday … more
The Democratic majority held the opening gavel for nearly 30 minutes, waiting for their last member to arrive. Without City Council Vice President Lammis J. Vargas, they only had five votes, one … more
GREAT NEWS: Missing Johnston RI 15-year-old found safe UPDATE: Johnston Police Chief Mark A. Vieira: "I can confirm that runaway juvenile Taya Scott was located around 4:00 PM." more
Weekend Spotlight May 5, Defenders of Animals Annual May Breakfast , is scheduled for Sun., May 5 at the Governor Sprague Mansion, 1351 Cranston St., Cranston, at 10 a.m. Tickets are $25 and … more
ALL ARRESTEES ARE PRESUMED INNOCENT UNTIL PROVEN GUILTY On 4/29/2024 at 1708hrs. Officers arrested Maria Tarro, (45) of 59 Gilbert Stuart Rd, East Greenwich, RI for DUI BAC unknown 2nd Offense, … more
Our programs assist, inform, entertain, and enrich the lives of individuals 55 years and older. Powered by Connection “Benefits of Socialization” Wednesday, May 8 th … 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. Block Party! … more
The Cranston Public Library brings people, information, and ideas together to enrich lives and strengthen the community.   -------------   Poetry Aloud Workshop with … more
Rhode Islanders laced up their walking shoes last weekend for the Tomorrow Fund’s Annual Stroll at Garden City. The event saw 1,250 attendees, in 62 teams who collectively raised $80,000 for … more
The former Caroline Caprio Scholarship and Giving Fund has officially changed their name to the Caroline Caprio Brain Tumor Foundation, though their purpose remains unchanged. The organization … more
Grade 8  HIGH Honors Emely M. Batista Sanchez, Chloe L. Bouchard, Nathaniel W. Brennick, Tristan N. Brinker, Paige S. Buffington, Natalie Chin, Nyasia M. Donald, Abigail G. Farmer, Leon E. … more
Grade 8  HIGH Honors Aanvi Aggarwal, Sanvi Aggarwal, Mia Barone, Nicole Bethune, Owen Catelli, Ryan Chhun, Elena DeFusco, Mia Falcone, Kasen Gallant, Savannah Lafontaine, Delano Melendez, … more
After surging by double digits a week ago, gasoline prices rose modestly in the Northeast last week on weakening demand and lower oil prices. The Energy Information Administration reported … more
A life’s work was celebrated at Rhode Island Hospital on Tuesday. The work of Cranstonian Shirley Mazzetta, who received the hospital’s Presidential Lifetime Achievement Award. This … more
At a recent meeting of the Cranston Cares board, it was presented that the Cranston Rotatry Club was helping to raise funds for the Friends of the Cranston Animal Shelter. Without a second … more
The origins of Mother's' Day as celebrated in the United States date back to the 19th century. Before the Civil War, Ann Reeves Jarvis of West Virginia helped start "Mothers' Day Work Clubs" to teach … more
The state ethics panel has launched an investigation into Cranston Mayor Kenneth J. Hopkins for alleged nepotism. The Rhode Island Ethics Commission’s 6-0 vote Tuesday comes in response to … more
For too long, woods reclaimed the historic cemetery behind the Rhode Island Training School (RITS) off Sockanosett Cross Road.  The graveyard has rows and rows of small, rounded headstones … more
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