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By EMMA BARTLETT The city’s monthly finance meeting was rescheduled from Monday to July 18 after the number of public attendees was expected to exceed seating in Council Chambers. Interest … more
By JOHN HOWELLand EMMA BARTLETT Lloyd Albert, first vice president at AAA New England has been though dramatic gas increases before and what motorists will do to reduce consumption including … more
He lost his best friend to Freiderich’s Ataxia (FA) a year ago. Vowing to continue the fight they waged together, Michael Crawley kept plugging away, and helped Matthew DiIorio’s … more
By EMMA BARTLETT Council members unanimously approved a rooster ordinance on June 27 that allows homeowners to keep one rooster in a coop and fenced-in area on their property that is no closer … more
By ALEX MALM After announcing he wouldn’t be seeking a 13th term in Congress, Congressman Jim Langevin five months ago Langevin decided to make an endorsement in the race to replace … more
By EMMA BARTLETT After month-long discussions with Cranston’s employee unions, Mayor Ken Hopkins announced Friday his administration is implementing a series of workforce reductions as part … more
By EMMA BARTLETT It’s one week before the St. Mary’s Feast in Knightsville and Charlotte Schiapo has already finished preparing food for the annual five-day event. Her freezer is … more
By JOHN HOWELL The grill was on low, but the camaraderie was on high burner Saturday as Reynaldo Almonte and Latino Public Radio based in Cranston maintained the tradition of political barbecues … more
By EMMA BARTLETT Three more Cranston residents have added their names to the list of those running for City Council this fall. Current Ward 2 councilwoman Aniece Germain announced her bid as a … more
By EMMA BARTLETT Eighth grader Caden Baum recently won first place in Rhode Island’s Environmental Systems Research Institute’s Aeronautical Reconnaissance Coverage Geographic … more
By JOHN HOWELL Action in the waning hours of the legislative session could give Rhode Island motorists a range of new license plate designs to choose from while showing off some of their favorite … more
By ALEX MALM The ringing in her ear hasn’t gone away, Jennifer Rourke said on Monday three days after Providence Police Officer Jeann Lugo allegedly punched her in the face during a rally at … more
We were the largest graduating class in the history of Rhode Island – 721 proud graduates of Cranston High School East class of 1971… we were – and are forever – The Thunderbolts... more
Police say they found 30-year-old Aramis Segura hiding under his girlfriend’s bed following the fatal New Year’s Eve crash that claimed the life of an East Greenwich … more
The new locations — at 993 Oaklawn Ave. in Cranston and 629 Killingly St. in Johnston — provide a convenient place for local residents and community members to drop off their gently-used … more
By EMMA BARTLETT The sound of roosters crowing at dawn may have been a handy alarm clock back in the day, but for current Bryant Road resident Richard Nawrocki, the rooster in his neighborhood is … more
By EMMA BARTLETT Four potential questions for the November ballot came before Cranston’s finance committee at a special meeting on June 16. The questions ask voters for authorization to … more
By EMMA BARTLETT Cranston West principal Thomas Barbieri, 54, remembers his first day teaching in Cranston Public Schools quite clearly. It was October 1993. He wore a sports jacket with a tie and … more
By john howell The bay was bugged the week of June 5.  Wasps, well actually WASZPs, from across the country started buzzing at Edgewood Yacht Club Thursday and didn’t stop until … more
Cranston High School West was filled with families and friends Friday night to celebrate the 31 New England Laborers'/Cranston Public Schools Construction and Career Academy’s (NEL/CPS) … more
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