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Cranston Public Schools (CPS) is asking for an approximate 4.13 percent increase in its proposed operating budget for FY 2023-2024. The district is asking for $180,579,917 and is carrying a … more
“Judge Jackie” is no longer on the bench. In Johnston, your robe may hang by a thread if your father holds the wrong sign on Primary Day. “I’ve got just one … more
Cranston High School East is rapidly expanding its Career and Technical Education (CTE) offerings for the 2023-2024 academic year. The school will offer audio engineering, computer science, … more
Maria Vallone has a passion for Italy and the Italian language. The now retired teacher of 34 years started the first Italian exchange program at Newton North High School in Massachusetts and will … more
Bill Hanney’s Theatre By The Sea announced equity and non-equity adult auditions for its 2023 summer season. The organization seeks strong male and female identifying actors, singers and … more
According to Ed Bastia, the time for school choice is now. Bastia is a member of the Rhode Island Families for School Choice, a group that believes parents should have access to all forms of quality … more
Former Cranston City Council president and state representative Joseph DeLorenzo, Jr. passed away on Jan. 9 surrounded by family after battling cancer. According to his obituary, DeLorenzo spent … more
Rhode Island Attorney General Peter F. Neronha announced Thursday morning that a Johnston man has been found guilty in Providence County Superior Court of physically abusing his four-month-old son in … more
The Cranston Police Department receives 75,000 calls for service a year. While some calls are one time occurrences, repeat callers may contact the department two to five times a week. Since repeated … more
It’s a Friday afternoon in Warwick and Eric Halpern and his wife, Beverly, are seated side by side on their living room couch. It’s been four weeks since the two underwent surgery where … more
When it comes to building a lasting Cranston, laying the groundwork is essential. In reflecting on the city’s successes and challenges this past year, Mayor Ken Hopkins identified 2022 as a … more
Dink. Dink, dink. Dink. The characteristic crack of plastic striking hollow plastic has become a tell-tale sign that pickleballers have arrived in a neighborhood – occasionally to the … more
Earlier this week, Bernard “Bernie” Pavia kneeled down to play with his trainset. He laid the track out in a circle at the trunk of his bright white Christmas tree, and crawled up … more
Johnston Mayor Joseph M. Polisena took to the lectern Dec. 12 to address Town Council one last time while in office. “This town, at one time, they would laugh at this town,” Polisena … more
Johnston born and bred, Josephine “Josie” Celentano turned 100 years old in the same Binghampton Avenue home where she was born. “I’m an old bag,” she laughed, seated … more
Food brings community together and community is what OneCranston Health Equity Zone (HEZ) is all about. The organization is currently creating a Cranston cookbook to showcase and celebrate … more
Since 1956, the Cranston Veterans’ Memorial Fund (CVMF) has played a role in supporting students furthering their education at accredited schools after graduating from the city’s high … more
By EMMA BARTLETT Looking into the new year, construction at Eden Park Elementary and Garden City Elementary Schools is moving along as workers bring 21st century, state-of-the-art learning … more
The City of Cranston’s 59th inauguration was a historic occasion Monday night at Cranston West as Citywide council member Jessica Marino was unanimously elected council president. Marino,  … more
Louis Spremulli and Paul Orlando stood at the large wooden table, the contents of their Spirt of Hope “rescue kits” carefully laid out on its surface. The shades were drawn but the … more
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