The Cranston Herald
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Students should be at stop 5 minutes before pick-up time.Please be aware that changes may be made to this list up to and after school begins. Updated lists will be available on the school district … more
By MARY JOHNSON Just north of the Pawtuxet River, in the quiet neighborhood of Park View in Cranston, tidy capes with vinyl siding and boxy industrial buildings, sit side by each. It's a multi-generational neighborhood with a strong sense of community, more
By MERI R. KENNEDY On Dec. 10, many shoppers at the Walmart on Plainfield Pike in Cranston were wondering what all the police activity was all about. In entry at the store stood Chief of Police, Colonel Michael J. Winquist, Police Officers and Cadets. more
By MERI R. KENNEDY Cranston residents and Mayor Allan Fung welcomed the holidays with the annual Christmas tree lighting ceremony and holiday celebration on Wednesday, Dec. 7. Despite the cold evening, hundreds of residents, of all ages, attended this more
By JEN COWART Sophia Deal, Mia Santomassio, Kyleigh Davis and Allison Needham, fourth-grade students at Glen Hills Elementary School, put their crafting skills to work to help the Cranston Animal Shelter. About a month ago we started talking about this" more
On December 12 at 11:01 p.m. Officer Casaceli arrested Holly Deelynn Dossantos (33) of 318 Waterman Ave., Smithfield, for felony shoplifting. Arrest is the result of a pickup warrant issued by the Smithfield Police Department. The arrestee was held more
Local employees ran toy drives and delivered more than 2,000 toys to the Thirsty Beaver Hometown Pub and Grub in Cranston, on Dec. 5, part of the 3rd Annual Toys for Tots holiday toy drive with the Marines, Sgt. Brandt Weilbacher and LCPL David Sevigny. more
Cranston native Torie Scorpio has hit the ground running as a freshman for Salve Regina's women's basketball team. She instantly became a starter for a youthful Seahawk squad boasting only four upperclassmen. The La Salle almuna has more
There was no hope left, but you wouldn't know it from looking in the stands. It was Oct. 7 and the Cranston West football team was in the midst of a 56-13 blowout loss at home against powerhouse Bishop more
The future is bright for the Cranston Co-op boys' hockey team, as the Falcons hold just four seniors on their roster this winter - one forward and three defensemen. But, just because there is a youth movement in the program, more
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