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Last year in this space, following the release of the Rhode Island State Police assessment report of the Cranston Police Department, we wondered whether Mayor Allan Fung's political future was in doubt - and whether he would be able to restore the frayed more
David Testa hopes that the third time’s the charm, as he is once again a candidate for the Warwick School Committee. Testa has been closely following the School Committee for more than 15 years, … more
“We are at a tipping point,” Dean Johnson, candidate for one of the two at-large School Committee seats, said in a recent interview. “We need to decide if we want to continue as we are or if we … more
City voters will face a full slate when they head to the polls on Nov. 8. Locally, the race between Republican incumbent Allan Fung and Democratic challenger Michael Sepe for a four-year term as mayor tops the ballot. Control of the more
Eight distinguished alumni will be inducted into the La Salle Academy Hall of Fame at a dinner and ceremony held at the Crowne Plaza in Warwick on Nov. 17. More than 300 alumni family, friends, and supporters of La Salle are expected to attend the more
Swinging the night away The Providence Federation of Musicians Local 198-457 of the American Federation of Musicians hosted the Cavalcade of Bands this past week at Cranston's Rhode on the Pawtuxet. Attendees enjoyed dancing to the sounds of swing more
Think Cranston is one of the best cities in the country? You're not alone. For the third consecutive year, news and business content provider 24/7 Wall St. has named Cranston one of America's 50 Best Cities to Live." The city ranks" more
On Oct. 18, students at Park View Middle School took part in the official kickoff event for the Fuel Up to Play 60 initiative being started at the school this year. The initiative is sponsored by the NFL, the USDA, and the American Dairy more
Most Cranston voters heading to the polls on Nov. 8 will find their local School Committee representative running unopposed for re-election. That is not the case in Ward 4, where incumbent Trent Colford is seeking a seat on the City more
By JEN COWART As the weather begins to chill and the holidays approach, the Comprehensive Community Action Program (CCAP) is preparing to fill 1,000 food baskets for the upcoming Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays, according to Lee Beliveau, the more
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