The Cranston Herald
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By ETHAN HARTLEY A classic New England joke advises that if you don't like the weather, one simply has to wait a minute for different weather to occur. Anecdotally speaking, Rhode Islanders are well aware of the region's seemingly moody nature. Sometimes more
By JEN COWART Roughly a decade after winning Teacher of the Year honors, Cranston resident Maryann Crudale has been named the state's First-Year Principal of the Year by the Rhode Island Association of School Principals, or RIASP. Crudale currently more
By PAM SCHIFF During any election cycle, it is common practice for candidates to make promises to their prospective constituents. The two newest members of the Cranston City Council - Ward 1's Lammis Vargas and Ward 3's John Donegan, both Democrats - more
A $320,290 grant from The Champlin Foundation will fund “comprehensive renovations” to the downstairs level of the William Hall Library, the Cranston Public Library has announced. “This new … more
EMBEZZLEMENT On Jan. 31 at 6:15 p.m., police arrested Yanil Taveras, 26, 148 River Ave., Providence, on a charge of embezzlement. Police say Taveras was arrested after an investigation. DUI On Feb. 2 at 4:10 a.m., police arrested Santiago Martinez, 42, more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE Two years from now, for the first time in more than a decade, the mayor's office will have a new occupant. But while he has entered the final stretch of his administration, Mayor Allan Fung says he has no plans to slow down. All I'm" more
WPRI political and economic reporter Ted Nesi may be one of the best known names in televised news in Rhode Island, but he’s very worried about the future of state and local journalism. … more
SEXUAL ASSAULT On Jan. 23, police arrested Richard Rivera, 20, 118 Pond St., second floor, Cranston, on charges of first-degree sexual assault and kidnapping. Police say Rivera was arrested as a result of an ongoing investigation. DOMESTIC On Jan. 23 at more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE Inmates in at least two cellblocks at the Adult Correctional Institutions' Anthony Travisano Intake Service Center have been without adequate heat for more than a month and a half, the American Civil Liberties Union of Rhode Island more
By JEN COWART Comprehensive Community Action Program and the YMCA were recently awarded fiscal responsibility of the STEM Mentoring out-of-school-time grants in Cranston. As a whole, OneCranston, an initiative of CCAP, also received $20,000 in more
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