The Cranston Herald
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It's heating up, which looks to be a good thing unless things get too hot. We're not talking about the weather, although, so far, we've only had a few days that could be classified as bone chilling. Temperatures are rising in the housing market, more
Despite a cost-sharing program available since July 1, residents see little improvement in the city's sidewalks. The Sidewalk Replacement Cost Sharing Program, provides financial incentive for homeowners, but not more
Nine Warwick non-profits and three Cranston organizations have received grants totaling more than $1.4 million in the last week from the Champlin Foundations. The grants fund a variety of projects from equipment for the cardiac more
By HARRY KANE Members of the Cranston City Council approved the zoning reclassification of a property located at 1191 Pontiac Ave. at the intersection of Sockanosset Cross Road during the last meeting on Nov. 28 in order to comply with the comprehensive more
On Dec. 5 at 12:09 p.m. Officer Travers arrested David Fortier (36) of 126 Garden St., 2nd Fl., Cranston, for obstructing officer in execution of duty, driving without a license, and a warrant of arrest on affidavit. Arrest is the result of a motor more
By JEN COWART In the early morning hours of the day before Thanksgiving, rather than sleeping in their beds at home, students from Cranston East's 2016 graduating class returned to the Media Center to pass along some sage advice to the seniors who will more
By TIM FORSBERG While Monday brought the first snowflakes of the season, flurries of winter moths are again making their presence felt across the region. Originally from Europe, the invasive species known by its scientific name - Operophtera brumata - more
By KIP FERN As a Rhode Island native, I've seen firsthand just how challenging it can be to provide schools with everything they need. But when it comes to equipping students for the future, it seems there is no hurdle too high for Governor Raimondo. As more
Students from the Cranston West theater program perform “Hairspray,” a family-friendly musical piled bouffant-high with laughter, romance and deliriously tuneful songs for three performances this … more
By HERB WEISS On Tuesday, September 18, the U.S. Social Security Administration announced that the nation's 65 million Social Security beneficiaries will be automatically be paid a minuscule 0.3 percent cost-of-living adjustment (COLA) to their monthly more
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