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[My family has lived in Cranston] since the early 1900s. ... their surname was Ruggieri and they were among the first families to move into the Knightsville section of Cranston. … my … more
Dear Editor, This 9/11 I am home in Cranston preparing to attend a wedding in VA. The upcoming nuptials will be full of Navy officers in dress uniform, as both bride and groom, are U.S. Navy … more
To the Editor, The old medium security ACI building will be torn down in order to build a Cosco Store.  That ACI building was dedicated to Donald Price, a black prison guard who was … more
As we get older we leave things behind. Friends slowly fall out of our lives and we make new ones. Childish aspirations and dreams evolve and become grounded in reality by actual experience. The … more
To the Editor, There has been a lot of misinformation spread, top down, about Budlong Pool, from City Hall. We all know that Budlong Pool has been enjoyed by generations of Cranston … more
In the heart of the city, a father’s love was about to collide with a hurricane of deception, leaving behind a trail of shattered trust and stolen moments. Mr. Mello, a name that would soon … more
On Aug. 30 an article appeared in the Boston Globe about the unusual state of politics here in Johnston (“In a small Rhode Island town, a big issue about the First Amendment: Legal ads bring a … more
Many grandparents have an integral role in shaping their young grandchildren’s lives, whether being a positive influence, a role model, or speaking to them about drugs and peer pressure. … more
Editor’s Note: Traditionally, Ian Donnis opens his column with a STORY OF THE WEEK. He did so this week, however, the story was devoted to the possible outcomes of the Democratic primary for … more
Special to the Herald With September already here and my daughter, Arianna, getting ready to enter preschool, the excitement of a new school year can be felt everywhere. Soon, school … more
Special to the Herald Suicide is the second leading cause of death among youths 14-18 years after unintentional injuries, according to research from the Centers for Disease and Prevention (CDC). … more
Thank you to Pastor Russell Farmer, his Team of volunteers and those who have provided/donated materials and other efforts, to restore Oakland Cemetery to its original glory.  I would like to … more
Parents are thinking the summer is over and time for school supplies and new clothes. Kids are thinking where did the summer go, but excited to see old friends. Our leaders are not … more
Whether or not you consider yourself a fan of the late Jimmy Buffett, who passed away at age 76 this weekend from a very rare form of skin cancer, it is worthwhile to point out when the loss of … more
Former State Treasurer and Lt. Gov. Roger N. Begin: ‘Only when policymakers feel the impact of this broken system for their own families may there be reforms and funding to fix it.’ … more
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