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Eric Zhang, a senior in Jay Jones’ media studies class, describes himself as an editing guy. He likes picking soundtracks to go along with video footage and capturing a variety of appealing … more
Johnston voters will decide whether recreational pot shops will open in town. The local rules and regulations for cannabis use in Rhode Island are changing. One pot ordinance prohibiting … more
In an effort to inform voters for the November General Election, the Cranston Herald asked City Council candidates to partake in a written Q&A composed of four questions. (Two of their responses … more
Summer has come to a close, but the city is already looking toward next year with the hopes of opening a splash pad near the Bain walking path and reopening Budlong Pool. According to Chief of Staff … more
After listening to complaints of vibrations and dust, the Council Safety Services and Licenses Committee denied Monday the request of P.J. Keating Company’s to temporarily extend its hours of … more
After six months without a finance director, the City Council unanimously approved Thomas Zidelis, 58, for the position Thursday evening during a special meeting. Zidelis, Mayor Ken Hopkins choice … more
FROM THE DARK SKY: These images of the Amazon construction site in Johnston, following the sunset, were captured by drones piloted by Trevor Bryan, an FAA Licensed and insured drone pilot, the owner … more
The Boston Celtics of the NBA announced last week that Johnston native Joe Mazzulla would be promoted to interim head coach for the upcoming season after the suspension of Ime Udoka. Mazzulla, 34, … more
In an effort to inform voters for the November General Election, the Cranston Herald asked School Committee candidates to partake in a written Q&A composed of four questions. (Two of their … more
Sheila Resseger and Claire Stadtmueller are regulars at City Council meetings. The two are founders of 5G Free Rhode Island (an organization that educates community members and public officials on … more
By EMMA BARTLETT Paul Tiberi’s “Unwelcome Visitor” may be fictional, but the Cranston author claims the story is based on a true paranormal experience. Tiberi never believed in … more
When 11 inches of rain fell in Cranston between Sept. 4 and 5, flooding was a major concern for the city and residents. Planning Director Jason Pezzullo noted that the city did okay in the storm and, … more
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