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Woman pleads guilty to assaulting developmentally disabled child A woman charged with assaulting a nine-year-old developmentally disabled boy in Cranston nearly three years ago has pleaded … more
As the start to the new school year gets closer, John McCarthy is reflecting on the successes of his first year as chair of the Cranston Educational Advisory Board (CEAB) and looking ahead. The group meets monthly all year long to discuss more
Library to hold Passport Day The Cranston Public Library will hold its annual Passport Day on Saturday, Oct. 8. U.S. citizens planning international travel may apply for their passports at the Central Library between 2 p.m. and 5 pm. more
After years of setting empty, what was once a shopping destination for Rhode Islanders - the Midland Mall, to later become the Rhode Island Mall - has a tenant. On Friday, Mayor Scott Avedisian cut the ribbon to officially open Burlington more
A group of poets gathered together on Sept. 8 to discuss poetry, just as they have for years. This time, however, their gathering was extra special. The poets from the West Bay Residential Services collaborative poetry group were gathering more
To the Editor: I would like to take this opportunity to thank Mr. Chris Paplauskas for his prompt response to a concern recently that I had, along with some of my neighbors, over a clothing bin being removed from our area in Western Cranston. Chris is a more
Man charged with assaulting, intimidating disabled woman A man police say physically assaulted a woman in a wheelchair and then verbally intimidated her just a day later has been ordered held without bail. Emile Perreault, 55, of more
The Cranston Senior Enrichment Center welcomed all competitors, their families, and friends to the 2016 Senior Games held at Cranston High School West over the weekend. Those ages 55 and older were able to join in for friendly more
Probe of Rolfe Square vandalism continues Police continue to investigate a rash of spray paint vandalism along Rolfe Square late last week. Capt. Karen Guilbeault, commander of the Cranston Police Department Detective Division, on more
City to `Pok mon Go' players: Be safe, respectful By now, it has likely become a familiar sight to many - people wandering outdoors, their eyes trained on their smartphones, seemingly in search of something unseen. The release of more
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