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By HERALD STAFF The Cranston Public Library entered the third phase of its reopening plan on Monday, with a return to normal operating hours at the Central Library and expanded Thursday hours at the Auburn branch. Stacks have been reopened for browsing, more
Just two of the six ward seats on the City Council will be contested this fall after declared Republican candidates in wards 1 and 3 failed to submit the required number of signatures to qualify for ballot placement. Ward 1 more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE Cranston students would split their time between classroom instruction and doing work at home under a school reopening plan unveiled during a meeting of the School Committee on Monday. All students and staff would be required to wear more
He points to performance artist and perennial candidate Vermin Supreme as an inspiration, and he acknowledges not everyone will appreciate, or be in on, the joke. But he says he is serious about shaking things up in City Hall. more
For many Rhode Island students, the end of the year was full of lost chances and broken traditions. In hopes of making her son's fifth-grade graduation special, Monica Mays wanted to continue the tradition of giving a class gift to more
By MERI R. KENNEDY CCAP launches new online benefits application platform As part of its continuous effort to provide the best possible service, the Comprehensive Community Action Program, or CCAP, has announced the launch of its new online application more
By JOHN HOWELL They come with different experiences and perspectives but a common goal to improve state health care services. Therefore, it wasn't surprising that two former presidents of Kent Hospital, John Hynes and Dr. Robert Baute, should question more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE The Cranston Republican Party has been largely united behind its top elected official and standard-bearer, Mayor Allan Fung, for more than a decade. Now, with Fung leaving office due to term limits and a hotly contested GOP primary to more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE Debate at times grew tense Monday as the City Council's Finance Committee debated a proposal that would provide incentives aimed at diversifying the roster of businesses with which the city contracts for products and services, more
While many of us feel we're only now coming out of a three-month lockdown, Ryan Roche has been across the state almost daily and well beyond since COVID-19 arrived in New England. His is not a job to be done with Zoom meetings or at a more
The New England Laborers'/Cranston Public Schools Construction & Career Academy's class of 2020, the 15th in the charter school's history, has "e;distinguished itself in so many ways,"e; Executive Director Dennis Curran said during his more
Isabella Corso, Cranston High School West's class of 2020 valedictorian, took some "e;artistic license"e; when delivering her remarks as part of this year's virtual graduation ceremony. She read an "e;epic poem"e; - one that "e;tells the story more
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