By DANIEL KITTREDGE It's a job that carries a six-figure salary, a staff of a half-dozen employees and a budget of more than $1 million. It also a position that, to this point, come with limited power and little in the way of clear-cut responsibilities.
Going for Miss RI Twelve-year-old Destinee DelBonis was featured in the Cranston Herald in 2013 for her own nonprofit, Homeless Animal Helpers, a foundation for homeless and abused animals. Through her adolescent business, she raised over $5,000 for the
By ALEX SPONSELLER After dropping to 0-4 to begin the winter season, the Cranston East girls basketball team would catch fire and win its final five games to punch its ticket to the playoffs. The Lady Bolts carried the momentum into the postseason and
By MERI R. KENNEDY Easter treats in Cranston The Cranston Parks & Recreation Department, with the help of local businesses, is putting together Easter treats for Cranston children through grade five. Families must call (401) 780-6169 or email
NEW: Cranston has set up a website, www.CranstonVaccine.com, through which residents age 75 and older can preregister for the COVID-19 vaccine. Here’s a statement from the …
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