The Cranston Herald
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Two suspects have been arrested for the theft of two Park and Recreation trucks and snowplows owned by the City of Cranston, which had been stolen from the Cranston Stadium over Christmas weekend in 2015. Jason R. Lehman, age 42, of 795 Sandy Lane, more
Two local students are among those participating in defense industry internships through SENEDIA, The Southeastern New England Defense Industry Alliance, Real Jobs RI Partnership Grant from the RI … more
Arrest made after resident finds suspect inside home holding television Colonel Michael Winquist recently announced the arrest of two suspects caught while breaking into a home on Mill Street after the homeowner returned home to find one the suspects more
The City of Cranston is launching a new electronic permitting system that will make the process of applying for and receiving permits much easier and more cost-effective. Residents and contractors will be able to apply for a permit, submit building plans more
By JEN COWART The parishioners at St. David's on the Hill have spent the last several weeks celebrating the fall season and its many traditions together. Earlier in the month, the Sunday school students baked special dog treats that were sold during more
The Cranston East girls' volleyball team needed a quick memory after its first postseason set this year. The 'Bolts lost to Tolman, No. 5 seed out of Division II-North, after a game rife with errors and more
In their 57th performance season, the State Ballet of RI (SBRI) and Artistic Director Herci Marsden will continue to honor their title as Rhode Island's longest standing civic, regional ballet company by inspiring their audiences with more
Continuing their long standing tradition of supporting Veterans and their families, members of the Giovanni Folcarelli Chapter #1 Disabled American Veterans visited the Providence Veterans Administration Medical Center (VAMC) to make their annual holiday more
Cranston East senior captain Amanda Hay was so overwhelmed after capturing the Division II girls' volleyball title that she had trouble communicating her emotions, but it was her serve in the semifinals and title match that more
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
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