The Cranston Herald
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By HARRY KANE An ongoing national trend to criminalize panhandling on city streets in an effort to promote motorists' safety has become a hot button issue in Rhode Island, but under Mayor Allan Fung's administration the ordinance on the books in Cranston more
For the more than 44 million Americans who provide more than 37 billion hours of unpaid, “informal” care to their aging family members, a caregiver’s work is rewarding, but not without stress, … more
To the Editor: This Thanksgiving, please keep indigenous people in your minds and hearts. Do not forget about their struggle. Be aware that on Thanksgiving, the United American Indians of New … more
Matt Metcalf and Jacob Marrocco preview the Thanksgiving Day games between East and West and Pilgrim and Toll Gate. more
The Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management (DEM), in partnership with the United States Forest Service and the Rhode Island Tree Council, recently announced $30,000 is available in matching grants to support local tree programs. A request more
By MERI R. KENNEDY The Rhode Island Dream Center hosted the annual Homeless Awareness Day at Praise Tabernacle Church, located at 330 Park Ave., Cranston, on Nov. 5. The event, held from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., offered those in need a meal and entertainment, more
By MERI R. KENNEDY Shane McDonough of Cranston is a lacrosse player. At 13 years old, he is a student at Providence Country Day School. He is also a member of the Schaghticoke tribe on his mother's side. Recently, McDonough's heritage and sports pursuits more
Playoff parade Students, faculty, alumni of Cranston High School East held a rally on the steps of the high school and listened to featured speakers encouraging the football team prior playoff game against Portsmouth on Nov. 11. Featured speakers were more
The Cranston West girls' volleyball team was ousted in the Division I quarterfinals on Thursday night, falling at No. 2 Coventry, 3-0. After the Oakers handed the Falcons a 25-13 defeat in the first set, the Falcons battled more
The Cranston East girls' volleyball team has rarely found its back against the wall this season, compiling an undefeated record to this point, but Tolman gave the 'Bolts all they could handle. The Tigers stole more
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