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By DANIEL KITTREDGE As Cranston and municipalities across Rhode Island continue to await adoption of a state budget for the fiscal year that began July 1, the city had decided to move forward with the issuing of car tax bills. "e;After the announcement the more
By JEN COWART Special to the Herald Editor's note: This is the second in a series of stories produced by Cranston Public Schools highlighting the specific projects that would be funded through a $147 million bond question going before voters on Nov. 3. more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE As the city's public schools began the second week of the new academic year, Superintendent Jeannine Nota-Masse on Monday told the School Committee that the reopening process has been "e;successful"e; thus far. "e;We only have a week under more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE Two vehicles that were racing on Broad Street in Edgewood on Monday night struck a pedestrian and another vehicle, according to police, and the two operators are facing charges. The incident occurred at approximately 8:43 p.m. in the more
By MERI R. KENNEDY Bulky waste pickup During the month of September, the city's Department of Public Works offers residents an opportunity to have bulky waste items picked up free of charge, with certain restrictions. Residents must call Waste more
By ALEX SPONSELLER As the Rhode Island high school sports season kicks off this week, middle school sports are on hold until at least the winter and possibly beyond. Some have wondered why middle school sports will not be played this fall, especially more
Gaspee team takes oath The Gaspee Days Committee installation ceremonies were held Thursday evening at the Aspray Boathouse in Pawtuxet, with Cranston Mayor Allan Fung giving remarks and state Rep. Joseph McNamara administering the oath of office. more
By MERI R. KENNEDY Mindful Mondays Mindful Mondays is a weekly drop-in meditation group open to teens. Brief meditations are facilitated by CCAP's Community Response Program team members. The program will be held on Mondays on Zoom for teens between the more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE Bucci versus Hopkins. That's the choice Cranston voters will face in November as the city elects a new mayor for the first time since 2008. In the Democratic mayoral primary, former Ward 4 councilwoman Maria Bucci maintained her lead more
By JOHN HOWELL If the presidential preference primary was a scrimmage with a predicable outcome and the Sept. 8 state primary an intramural game, then the Nov. 3 general election is the Super Bowl for voting in the midst of a pandemic. Secretary of State more
By JEN COWART Special to the Herald Editor's note: This is the first in a series of stories produced by Cranston Public Schools highlighting the specific projects that would be funded through a $147 million bond question going before voters on Nov. 3. more
By ALEX SPONSELLER In the latest announcement by the state and Rhode Island Interscholastic League, it was made official that football and volleyball would not be played during this fall. There are still any questions regarding the future of these sports more
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