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Patrick Mahomes led the Kansas City Chiefs to their third Super Bowl title in four years on Sunday, establishing the NFL’s latest dynasty and the first since the Patriots in the early … more
The University of Rhode Island Graduate School of Oceanography held an online seminar last Wednesday titled, “Recreational Fishing and Offshore Wind Energy: Understanding the Changing … more
The Cranston East boys basketball team dropped an 81-58 decision to Cumberland on the road last week as it winds down its regular season. Although the Bolts grabbed an early lead in the first … more
The names of five local hockey greats who represent the RI Hockey Hall of Fame’s “Class of 2024” were unveiled tonight (Sat, Feb 9) between periods of the Providence Bruins vs … more
Cranston League for Cranston’s Future (CLCF) is accepting applications for its 2024 Leo J. Castiglioni, Jr. Award. CLCF will issue multiple $1,000 grants to qualifying Cranston residents … more
The Cranston Herald’s Athlete of the Week is East basketball player Jayna Gunderway. Although the Bolts fell to Tiverton on Monday night, Gunderway had a strong outing with 12 points in the … more
The visiting North Kingstown girls basketball team would come back to beat Cranston West 46-44 on Monday night in a pivotal Division I showdown. The Falcons would lead by six points late in the … more
The Cranston West boys basketball team is going through a roller coaster ride as it approaches the home stretch of the regular season. The Falcons have been grinding through a crammed schedule … more
It was a sad day in Hollywood last week with the passing of Carl Weathers. Weathers, a professional football player turned actor, passed away at 76 years old, leaving a legacy that was always … more
It is not often you get a win, win when engaging in fisheries research. But the Commercial Fisheries Research Foundation  (CFRF) is trying to find out what impact offshore wind farms have on … more
Senior Anna Vygoder (Lincoln) finished first in four events as Rhode Island College defeated UMass Dartmouth, 162-48, in Little East women’s swimming action held at the Sandra E. Surdut … more
The Cranston-East Greenwich girls hockey co-op would pull off a 6-4 comeback win over host Burrillville last week to pick up its first win of the season and its first victory since 2021. After … more
The Cranston Herald’s Athlete of the Week is Cranston-East Greenwich girls hockey co-op forward Sofia Nardelli. The freshman standout, who currently leads the team with eight goals on the … more
Every year a RI tradition of affordable family fun and entertainment comes back and continues to amaze all as the Cranston Sports Card Show™ emerges once again as North America’s oldest … more
The Cranston Herald’s Athlete of the Week is West swimmer Alexander Tremblay, who put on a show on Monday night in the Falcons’ win over Mt. Hope. Tremblay took first place in the 200 and … more
FROM STAFF REPORTS The Cranston West swim teams split their meeting with Mt. Hope on Monday night as the boys won 56-38 and the girls lost 54-40. Here are some of the results from the … more
The Rhode Island Interscholastic League Indoor Track and Field Girls Division Championships were held last weekend in Providence and many locals shined as they continue to gear up for the home … more
The Cranston East boys basketball team continues to rebuild its program this winter and entered the week with a 2-10 record in Division I. The Bolts most recently took on Smithfield over the … more
Here we are, halfway through the winter season. It always sneaks up on us and the winter is always the wackiest season. Between the holiday break in December, postponements due to weather, … more
Join the free online workshop titled ‘Recreational Fishing and Offshore Wind Energy: Understanding the Changing Behavior’ on Wednesday, Feb. 7, 5 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.(EST). Webinar … more
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