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City to `Pok mon Go' players: Be safe, respectful By now, it has likely become a familiar sight to many - people wandering outdoors, their eyes trained on their smartphones, seemingly in search of something unseen. The release of more
As the start to the new school year gets closer, John McCarthy is reflecting on the successes of his first year as chair of the Cranston Educational Advisory Board (CEAB) and looking ahead. The group meets monthly all year long to discuss more
At the age of 10, Coventry High School senior Jason Hoskins saw extreme poverty for the first time and was forever changed by it. Now, as college interviews and applications loom ahead, he's about to be able to do something about it. We" more
Cranston woman pleads guilty to preparing false tax returns A Cranston woman has pleaded guilty to preparing false income tax returns for clients and receiving a portion of hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of fraudulently more
After years of setting empty, what was once a shopping destination for Rhode Islanders - the Midland Mall, to later become the Rhode Island Mall - has a tenant. On Friday, Mayor Scott Avedisian cut the ribbon to officially open Burlington more
Library to hold Passport Day The Cranston Public Library will hold its annual Passport Day on Saturday, Oct. 8. U.S. citizens planning international travel may apply for their passports at the Central Library between 2 p.m. and 5 pm. more
It's official - Dave's Marketplace will open a new location in Cranston. The company formally announced the long-rumored plans this week. The new store at 550 Pontiac Ave. will be the chain's 10th in Rhode Island. Construction is more
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
Woman pleads guilty to assaulting developmentally disabled child A woman charged with assaulting a nine-year-old developmentally disabled boy in Cranston nearly three years ago has pleaded … more
As the start to the new school year gets closer, John McCarthy is reflecting on the successes of his first year as chair of the Cranston Educational Advisory Board (CEAB) and looking ahead. The group meets monthly all year long to discuss more
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