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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
Touting the project's educational and energy-saving benefits, local and state leaders last week toured Edgewood Highland Elementary School to view the facility's new heating and air conditioning system. The work was made possible more
Twelve Cranston teachers are heading back to college for intensive English as a Second Language Instruction training as part of a $480,000 initiative to close the achievement gap" for students who are English Learners (EL). Eight percent of the" more
Universal Wealth Management has relocated from Providence to a new, remodeled office at 945 Reservoir Ave. in Cranston, and was recently welcomed by the city. Pictured with Mayor Allan Fung is owner Karen Emma, a longtime Cranstonian, more
Stephanie Cerep graduated from Cranston West as a member of the class of 2004. She had attended Garden City Elementary and Western Hills Middle School. Stephanie went on to attend the Berkshire Hills Music Academy in South Hadley, Mass., more
The two contenders for mayor met for a public forum last week, trading political punches and making their respective cases to voters ahead of the Nov. 8 election. “Our city cannot go back to the … more
Continuing an annual tradition, five distinguished graduates of the city's public schools will be inducted into the Cranston Hall of Fame this weekend. Michael F. Crudale, Dennis DeJesus, the late Wanda S. DeRouin, Ronald DiOrio, and more
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