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When I first saw Officer Gregg Bruno's partner, Bosco, he looked more like a pet than a police K9. After all, my idea of a police dog was a German Shepherd - not, like Bosco, a floppy-eared Yellow Labrador. Bosco, who retired in July more
On Oct. 21, the Cranston Historical Society will again host its Charlie The Butler Ghost Party at 7 p.m. The cost is $15 per person, with proceeds to benefit the society. The event will be held at the Sprague Mansion in Cranston. The more
The Cranston Police Department recently announced that K-9 Bosco, who served the city from April 2008 until his July 2015 retirement, was to be laid to rest on Oct. 12. He was to receive an escort to Final Gift Cremations more
A week after the hopefuls for ward seats gathered at the Central Library on Sockanosset Cross Road, the six candidates for citywide seats on the City Council met for a public forum on Oct. 6. The forum, co-sponsored by the Cranston Herald more
To the Editor: At last Thursday’s Cranston Herald forum, Mayor Allan Fung told a whopper. He said Councilman Michael Farina switched to the Republican Party in March because Council Democrats … more
Work Opportunities Unlimited is pleased to announce that Al Hill of Cranston is the recipient of the prestigious Frank Loughran Award. The award recognizes excellence in Supported Employment and is given each year to an employee who has exhibited more
The end result was another 3-0 victory for the Cranston East girls' volleyball team, but it hardly coasted. North Smithfield (5-4) came back towards the end of each set, but the 'Bolts defeated the Northmen more
Pedestrian hurt, suspect sought in hit-and-run accident Police continue to investigate a hit-and-run accident last week that left a Brown University student with serious injuries. Emergency calls regarding the crash came in shortly more
Schools across the city are taking part in Breast Cancer Awareness Month this October. Faculty, staff, and students are raising money for groups such as the Gloria Gemma Breast Cancer Resource Foundation and the American Cancer Society more
The Cranston West girls' tennis team couldn't get past undefeated Prout at home on Thursday, dropping the match, 7-0, to fall to 9-3 in Division II-B. West freshman Isabella Corso competed as the Falcons' No. 1 singles more
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