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To the Editor: I attended a Cranston Planning Commission meeting on February 6th at Cranston East High School. The main business before the Commission at this monthly meeting was a proposal to change the City's Comprehensive Land Use Plan and zoning more
To the Editor:Retired school principal Joe Crowley writes (from ‘If you think guns make it safer, then check the numbers,’ 2/1/18): “The Cranston City Council is in a quandary about … more
By THOMAS GREENBERG Mearthane Products Corporation (MPC) off of Comstock Parkway in Western Cranston manufactures products used daily around the world, including, according to President of the company Peter Kaczmarek, the inline skates that will be used more
By THOMAS GREENBERG If there's something in between a mock trial and a real courtroom, that's what the auditorium of Cranston East turned into during February's planning commission meeting last Tuesday. But there weren't any students involved, and a real more
By JEN COWART Cranston Public School's new program director for the district's after school, summer and vacation camp programs is not the Rhode Island Olympic medallist of the same name, but lately she's been mistaken for her quite often as she has been more
Kenneth E. Robertson Jr., 57, of Warwick died Sunday, February 11, 2018 at home. Born in Warwick, he was the beloved son of Sharon L. (Walker) Robertson of Coventry and the late Kenneth E. … more
Cranston West defended its home court on Friday night, executing its defensive game plan en route to securing a 46-34 victory over rival Cranston East in Division I girls' basketball action. The Falcons featured a balanced more
Cranston's branch of Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Ocean State (BBBSOS) will use a $5,000 grant from the Rhode Island Foundation to fund community-based and site-based mentoring programs for the African-American children it serves. Providing the black" more
Some of the top college football coaches in the country have made the trip to Bishop Hendricken in recent weeks, all for one common purpose - recruiting highly-coveted offensive lineman Xavier Truss. Truss, who stands at more
Financial Services Volunteer Corps (FCSV) volunteer Michael Messier, a native of Cranston, was named the Volunteers for Economic Growth Alliance (VEGA) 2017 volunteer of the year. The award was presented to Messier by Representative Scott Peters (D-CA), more
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