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By JOHN HOWELL While it lacks the amenities of Kent or the other hospitals with COVID-19 patients, the first patient transferred to the Cranston field hospital on Monday afternoon and those following him have something to celebrate. The fact they have more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE As a zoning change sought for the proposed Cranston Crossing development went before its first public hearing this week after months of the delays, the current ownership of Mulligan's Island Golf & Entertainment has spoken out in more
By MERI R. KENNEDY Libraries remain open during 'pause' The Cranston Public Library's branches will remain open during the state's two-week "pause" and will continue to follow regular hours. However, the library system will be instituting a handful of more
Christmas comes to Cranston As Rhode Island enters a two-week "pause" in hopes of curbing the spread of COVID-19, many Cranstonians have begun decorating businesses, homes and community spaces for the holidays - all with hopes of brightening the mood of more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE As the state continues moving toward the issuance of licenses for additional compassion centers, two proposals for medical marijuana dispensaries have emerged in Cranston. The city's Development Plan Review Committee on Nov. 18 more
By ALEX SPONSELLER Cranston East standout volleyball player Lauren Milani made her college decision official recently, signing her National Letter of Intent to play for Division I Central Connecticut State University next fall. Milani is a three-time more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE After hearing from business owners, small business advocates and workers in some of Rhode Island's hardest hit industries, the City Council on Monday unanimously approved a resolution calling on Gov. Gina Raimondo to release an more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE A "e;two-week pause"e; that involves new restrictions on social gatherings, dining and commercial activity will begin Nov. 30, Gov. Gina Raimondo announced last week - a move she framed as essential to curb the rapid spread of the more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE Yessenia Acosta said that since losing her 10-year-old daughter, Taniya Bonilla, in February 2017, she has struggled in many ways. "e;It was hard. It's a parent's worst nightmare . It's probably the hardest thing I'll ever have to go more
By MERI R. KENNEDY Holiday strolls at Garden City Center At Garden City Center, Santa visits will not take place this year due to COVID-19. Holiday strolls continue, however, with carolers in Victorian-era clothing, hot chocolate and a brass holiday band more
By ARDEN BASTIA With hospitals close to reaching their capacity to treat COVID-19 patients, the news media was given a tour on Friday of the Cranston field hospital, a place where the people who built it never want it to open. Accommodations are sparse. 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
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