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By JOHN HOWELL By all indicators, Sunday offered near perfect conditions for frostbiting. The wind at 10 knots was out of the northeast. There were wavelets, no white caps. It was 35 degrees. Lines wouldn't be stiffened by ice and even better, while more
I wanted to give you an update on the current status of our vaccination efforts. Already, we have administered second doses to the first 400 people to be vaccinated in Rhode Island. As … more
By ALEX SPONSELLER After seeing the fall season cancelled outright, middle school sports will return for an abbreviated winter season. Schools will be allowed to offer boys and girls basketball, with practices beginning on Tuesday, Jan. 19. Games will more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE Citing a "e;terrific chance to build on a solid record of success with a new and spirited beginning for our government and citizens,"e; Ken Hopkins was sworn in Monday as the city's 21st mayor. "e;Everyone has their own piece of Cranston more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE Allan Fung's veto of the "e;Fair Housing Practices"e; ordinance approved by the City Council in December - one of his last official acts as mayor - will stand. During a special meeting ahead of Monday's inaugural activities, the council more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE Allan Fung took office as Cranston's mayor at a trying time. The city, already facing dire fiscal straits, was reeling from the effects of the global financial crisis. Then, just a year into his term, the floods of 2010 left homes, more
By MERI R. KENNEDY Cranston partners with Tree-Plenish As of the week of Dec. 7, Tree-Plenish has partnered with over 85 schools and communities, including Cranston, to help build sustainable communities through youth engagement. The group plans to plant more
As we cap off this difficult year, I’m excited to start fresh in 2021 and continue the challenging but essential process of getting Rhode Island vaccinated against COVID-19.   I … more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE Chris Paplauskas, a Republican entering his fourth term representing Ward 5, is poised to serve as the next president of the City Council. Paplauskas on Monday confirmed that the council's Republican caucus has unanimously backed him more
Guarding against the virus Rhode Island National Guard Col. Thomas Hannon receives a COVID-19 vaccine on Dec. 23 in Cranston. (U.S. Army National Guard photo by Sgt. Terry Rajsombath) more
Grade 8 High Honors: Gracie Andreozzi, Ethan Antin, Jonathan Antin, Victoria Badger, Jordan Buttie, Kevin Chen, Ruben Cortorreal, Jordan Costa, Hanna Cotter, Mia Crudale, Elijah Curran, Amaya Gallant, Andrew Gardiner, Calleigh Gonzalez-Alers, Casey more
Delivering the Christmas spirit The six Covid patients at the Care New England Field Hospital at the former Citizens Bank building in Cranston got a friendly visit from Dick Oakley (Santa/pharmacist) and Cindy Santana (Elf/Pharmacy technician) on more
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