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When Ann Soscia lowered the microphone to her father-in-law, Anthony, to ask his advice on living a long life, he provided a short, simple response. “Don’t worry about nothing.” It was a … more
Michael Bermudez, a/k/a Michael J. Morales, 35, of Cranston, pleaded guilty in federal court in Providence today to trafficking heroin laced with fentanyl and trafficking cocaine, announced United States Attorney Peter F. Neronha, Cranston Police Chief more
By JACOB MARROCCO It may be the Year of the Rooster, but don't expect any chicken ordinances to fly in Cranston this year. Mayor Allan Fung offered that scoop during a 90-minute discussion with the Herald on Thursday, exploring the year ahead while more
Mayor Allan Fung expressed his “concern” about President Donald Trump’s latest executive order on Sunday night, releasing a statement that said the ban could have “unintended … more
By JACOB MARROCCO Perhaps being from the Ocean State can give Cranston High School East a leg up. East is one of two high schools in Rhode Island, along with Narragansett, that will head to the regional of the National Ocean Sciences Bowl. The Quahog more
By JACOB MARROCCO If family plans are in the future, Cranston isn't a bad place to start. The city saw one of the most significant jumps in the Metro & East Bay areas in terms of single-family home sales, increasing from 825 to 884 by the end of 2016, more
By EMILY LOPEZ My voyage to President Trump's Inauguration at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C., from Maryland was quite exhausting yet exhilarating for me. The early start to our day (4:30 a.m.) didn't stop my excitement of seeing our new president more
Each year for the past 18 years, the Cranston Family Center/COZ has hosted a “Me and My Guy” special event just prior to the Super Bowl, with a celebrity chef entertaining the audience with their … more
By JEN COWART During the week of Jan. 16, in honor of Martin Luther King Day, the students in Ann Marie Torres' eighth-grade social studies classes at Park View Middle School spent a week undertaking an in-depth study of the civil rights leader and the more
By TIM FORSBERG OBSTRUCTION On Jan. 31 at approximately 12:30 a.m., Officer Smith arrested John Courtemanche, 28, of 121 Tell Street Apt. B, Providence, for obstructing an officer in execution of duty, driving without a license third offense, a Superior more
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