The Cranston Herald
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By Meri R. Kennedy Hanna Andersson, a clothing retailer specializing in high-quality and durable outfits and pajamas for children, officially opened in Garden City Center on Friday, Nov. 18. Prior to the opening, hundreds of people were in line to visit more
By MARY JOHNSON An ambitious wall-climbing robot that worked perfectly in front of the judges during a design review session was key to the Bright Blue Builders' success at the FIRST LEGO League qualifying tournament at The Gordon School in East more
The newest exhibit at TinTown Studio, owned by Paul Carpentier and Dennis DelSignore, opened Friday evening, Nov. 18 at the studio at 40 Haven Ave. Intrigued by the 12”x12” format, over 65 … more
By MERI R. KENNEDY Last Saturday, Nov. 20, a special Thanksgiving for the Homeless was held by the RI Dream Center at Praise Tabernacle Church on Park Ave. in Cranston. Guests of all ages enjoyed a full turkey dinner with all the fixings and dessert, more
By PAM SCHIFF On Friday, November 18, several Rhode Island dignitaries, including Lieutenant Governor Daniel McKee, Senator Jack Reed, Cranston Mayor Allan Fung and Kasim Yarn, Director of Rhode Island Office of Veteran's Affairs joined Vicki Durfee, more
By MERI R. KENNEDY Mayor Allan Fung officially welcomed Park Avenue Senior Care, located at 1049 Park Ave. to Cranston on Nov. 17. Once home to the Knights of Columbus, the space has been newly renovated. Park Avenue Senior Care is on the first floor of more
By MERI R. KENNEDY The Holiday/Winter Show of New Hope Art Gallery opened on Nov. 15 at the Cranston Senior Enrichment Center, 1070 Cranston St., Cranston. The Holiday/Winter Show features more than 400 pieces of 2D and 3D art including ceramic, digital, more
By JEN COWART In advance of the Thanksgiving holiday, people chat about what they are thankful for. Family, friends, jobs and health often top the list. On Tuesday, the English Language Learners (ELL) at Hugh B. Bain Middle School celebrated a special more
By TIM FORSBERG On April 11, 1840, a severe rainstorm hit Johnston, lasting two days. Water rose behind the then upper Simmonsville dam, and on the morning of the 13th, the dike gave way. A wall of water, 11 feet high, rushed downstream, collapsing more
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
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