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By THOMAS GREENBERG With temperatures reaching the mid-90s this past week, it's been a hot transition for students heading back to class for the new school year. But every Cranston school building has at least some areas with air conditioning units, said more
By THOMAS GREENBERG City Councilman Paul Archetto, who has reached his term-limit, wants incumbent Ward 3 School Committee member Domenic Fusco's seat in the November election. Fusco, who is running for his third term, said Tuesday that Archetto should more
Although the 33rd Annual Cranston Greek Festival doesn’t open until Friday afternoon at 5 p.m., Koula Rougas issued a host of “thank yous” to people in regard to the three-day event’s Pastry … more
By JEN COWART This article is the first in a series of Project SEARCH articles which will be taking place throughout the school year. The start of the school year is often an exciting time for many students, families, and staff. However, for those more
By KELLSIE KING On September 15, a Cranston shop owner in Pawtuxet Village will host a fundraiser to raise money for a West Kingston family whose only child and 6-month-old son was diagnosed with acute myeloid leukemia in June. Amy Conn, the owner of Tag more
By JEN COWART For two decades, the youth at Holy Apostles Catholic Church have taken time at the end of the summer to regroup before the start of the school year. This summer's retreat at the Alton Jones campus of the University of Rhode Island took more
By JEN COWART Each year, the Cranston Herald provides readers with a listing of the administrators running each of the Cranston Public Schools as well as a quick introduction to any new building administrators. This year there is one new building more
By THOMAS GREENBERG In a repeat of a race that was decided by less than 100 votes in 2016, Speaker of the House Nicholas Mattiello and Republican challenger Steven Frias are both confident they'll be able to come out on top in District 15 this year. And more
By THOMAS GREENBERG Both Sara Tindall-Woodman and Michael Baer, who are political newcomers vying for the Ward 1 School Committee seat, think that communication from the school administration to parents can be improved in Cranston. But that's just one of more
By TIM FORSBERG It's been 882 days since Citizens Bank publicly announced that they were building a $285 million campus off Greenville Avenue in Johnston, and since that time the company has moved mountains to complete the project. At a ribbon cutting more
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