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By JOHN HOWELL Within a day of the shutdown in March, lines 40-deep stretched outside the door of D&L Gun Shop in Warwick's Buttonwoods section as people waited to buy guns and ammo. The lines tapered off by April but surged again after the murder of more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE City officials and members of the public will soon have an opportunity to hear directly from the applicant behind the proposed Cranston Crossing development. A site visit, being held jointly by the Planning Commission and City more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE Politics and the law frequently overlap, as do the players in each profession. Perhaps it should be little surprise, then, that attorneys have been the focus of a series of increasingly sharp exchanges between the Republican more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE Paul McAuley, a Democrat who resigned from the Ward 2 seat on the City Council in June, is endorsing Republican Citywide Councilman Ken Hopkins in the race for mayor and leading a "e;Democrats for Hopkins"e; push ahead of the Sept. 8 more
By HERALD STAFF The Cranston Herald and Cranston Public Library will co-sponsor two mayoral debates later this month, providing an opportunity for voters to hear from the candidates for the city's top elected office ahead of the Sept. 8 primary. The more
By MERI R. KENNEDY CCAP Emergency Housing Assistance The Comprehensive Community Action Program's Emergency Housing Assistance program assists individuals/families living in Cranston, Coventry, Scituate and Foster with back rent, security deposits, more
By ALEX SPONSELLER Cranston native and former West standout golfer Alexis Florio won the Rhode Island Golf Association's women's amateur title last week, edging 13-year-old phenom Gianna Papa by a stroke to take home the victory. Floria faced quite a bit more
By JOHN HOWELL Even in these days, Phil Slocum is a glass-half-full guy. This is a good time to sell a house and, it goes without saying, it is also a good time to buy a house. It didn't look that way in March with the shutdown. Open houses were more
This weekend, five Cranston women will be taking part in this year's reimagined Pan-Mass Challenge to help raise funds for the Dana Farber Cancer Institute. The PMC 2020 Reimagined will be a virtual event starting on Friday and running more
A zoning amendment that supporters say would fix an "old quirk" in the city's ordinance, but which critics fear could open the door to unintended projects down the line, has been sent back to the City Council's Ordinance Committee for more
Sunflowers for the picking Pick-your-own sunflowers has returned at Confreda Greenhouses & Farms, and visitors braved the high temperatures over the weekend to explore the four-acre field and make their picks from among 40,000 sunflower blooms. The more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE History was made Monday night as the City Council appointed Aniece Germain to the Ward 2 seat left vacant by Paul McAuley's recent resignation. "I'm looking forward to working collaboratively with you," Germain told her new council more
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