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Will developers build an Amazon in the jungles of Johnston? The timeline has yet to be settled, but Johnston’s mayor expects details will soon emerge. “I don’t know the date … more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE The story may involve a journey across the globe, but for the many of the cast and crew members, shooting the independent film "Poor Paul" has been a celebration of home. "I don't need to be anyplace else . All I need is between the more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE The City Council's Ordinance Committee on Monday delayed action on a proposed ordinance amendment related to rodent issues in the city, while the administration said efforts are being made to decrease the wait time for residents who more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE Police to continue to investigate shooting on Harris Avenue late last week that left two people with gunshot wounds. Maj. Todd Patalano on Tuesday said detectives are "working on several positive leads" related to the case. "We have a more
As Jeff Bezos shot into space, the company he founded attempted to land a new retail distribution facility on a 196-acre Johnston woodland parcel. The agenda for Tuesday night’s Johnston … more
Reason to celebrate A year after the pandemic forced a significant scaling back of festivities, St. Mary's Feast returned in full form last week for its 116th celebration. Above, the traditional carrying of the Madonna during the St. Mary's Feast more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE An illegal quota system that exacerbates racial disparities, or an essential tool for enhancing roadway safety and reducing fatalities? The ACLU's Rhode Island chapter and Cranston Police painted sharply different portraits Monday of more
Celebration and tradition The 116th St. Mary's Feast, sponsored by the St. Mary's Feast Society, went off without a hitch over the past weekend. The Knightsville neighborhood joined in with the candlelight procession on Friday night and the streets were more
By MERI R. KENNEDY Plastic bag ban to be enforced The city has issued a reminder that an ordinance banning single-use plastic bags for retail checkout purposes has taken full effect as of July 1. The city of Cranston will now enforce this ordinance - more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE It'll take some time before Charlotte Moffat, who just completed second grade at Garden City Elementary School, can return to the place she's known as her educational home. But the wait, she believes, will be well worth it. The more
1. Samuel Latzman Samuel Latzman, valedictorian of Cranston High School West’s class of 2021, will attend Brown University this fall. He plans to study biochemistry and molecular … more
1. Aislinn Baxter Aislinn Baxter, Cranston High School East’s class of 2021 valedictorian, will attend Brown University in the fall. While her current intended major is cognitive science, … more
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