The Cranston Herald
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Callie was turned in by her owners due to no fault of her own and is very sad and confused at the shelter, so you should take her home and make her happy! more
By JEN COWART The Park View Middle School National Junior Honor Society has started off the school year, full-speed ahead, nominating and voting in officers, and hosting their first fundraiser of the year, all before Thanksgiving. Madison Louro, Rachael more
By THOMAS GREENBERG Bain Middle School is getting quite the prize thanks to the work of one of their technology teachers, Justin Hopkins. Hopkins teaches at Bain by day, but also works part-time as a computer repair technician for the Best Buy on Bald more
By JEN COWART Friday, October 13 was a lucky afternoon for the students at Cranston High School West, Western Hills Middle School and Hope Highlands Middle School, as it was the annual Cranston West Homecoming Pep Rally. Student council representing both more
ASSAULT On Oct. 15 at 12:27 a.m., Officers Sirois and Medeiros arrested Aaron Lashus, 26, of 1164 Plainfield St. in Johnston for domestic simple assault/battery, domestic vandalism/malicious injury to property, and domestic disorderly conduct. His arrest more
By JEN COWART Thanks to a collaboration between the staff and families at Stone Hill Elementary School, there is a lot more for students to do during recess time each day. What was formerly a drab outdoor play space is now inviting and exciting for more
By PAM SCHIFF On Monday, October 16 the Cranston School Committee held their monthly meeting at their new location, the Cranston High School East auditorium. Going through the agenda, they offered citations, congratulations and farewells. They presented more
Cranston West gave Hendricken all it could handle on Friday night, tying the game just prior to halftime, before a pair of fourth-quarter touchdowns allowed the Hawks to escape with a hard-fought, 27-14 victory. West more
The Cranston East Thunderbolts' boys' soccer squad edged out the Cranston West Falcons, 2-1, on Sunday afternoon during the City Cup at Cranston Stadium. Senior forward Richmond Miamen won it for the 'Bolts when he stole more
By THOMAS GREENBERG It seems like there's a new project in either Chapel View or Garden City every other month, and the latest development may be the biggest one yet. With 233,000 square feet of commercial space available on the Pontiac Avenue side of more
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