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“Essentially everything will be open in some form or fashion," the governor said. "The only way that’s going to work is if we work even harder, all of us, to follow the rules.” more
The Rev. Brian Shanley, president of Providence College, speaks about his tenure, his athletic pursuits and his views on the future as he prepares to retire from his current post after 15 years.  more
Enjoy these images and video from the Senior Motorcade held for Cranston East's class of 2020. Congratulations to all the graduates! more
Memorable shirts. There was a Gaspee Days ecumenical service, preceded by a mini parade of sorts on Saturday, but generally speaking there wasn't a Gaspee Days celebration this year due to the virus. But that doesn't mean there won't be Gaspee keepsakes more
By PAM SCHIFF For the second year, Ward 1 Councilwoman Lammis Vargas on Monday sponsored a Pride Flag ceremony at Cranston City Hall. The event, which was streamed live online, had been postponed from an earlier date in June, although the Pride Flag has more
By PAM SCHIFF Meredith Moore is learning her way around Cranston making deliveries. But she's not bringing a food order, groceries or an Amazon package. Moore is the librarian at Garden City and Oak Lawn elementary schools, and she is bringing books to more
The fun never retires. Judy McCusker got the surprise of a lifetime last Tuesday evening when she pulled up to Immaculate Conception Catholic Regional School in Cranston and saw a throne adorned with a tapestry and an arch balloons waiting for her. Her more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE At Cranston High School West's new turf football field and athletic facilities, the goal line is closer than ever. Some of the final steps of the project - a public-private partnership between the city and the Cranston West Alumni more
The protest movement sparked by the death of George Floyd is focused most immediately on calls to reform police departments throughout the U.S. Activists generally want to redirect a portion of money away from police budgets to social needs like housing. more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE Edward Brady, a Republican who represents Ward 4 on the City Council, has announced he will seek reelection this year. "e;My focus has been to continue to listen, learn, and grow as we work together as a community in a bipartisan effort more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE Rhode Island's schools will reopen for in-person classes on Aug. 31 under a plan unveiled by Gov. Gina Raimondo last week. "e;I am committed to this,"e; the governor said, flanked by state Education Commissioner Angelica Infante-Green and more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE As uncertainty continues to surround the Cranston Public Schools budget plan for the fiscal year that begins July 1, the School Committee on Monday unanimously backed a resolution asking the City Council to provide at least $3.2 more
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