The Cranston Herald
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By DON FOWLER Many of us remember the big bands attracting hundreds of dancers and music lovers to Cranston's Rhodes on the Pawtuxet. This February 10 there will be two world-renowned bands attracting hundreds of Cajun and Zydeco music lovers to the more
MAZE RUNNER: THE DEATH CURE * * * (Action packed teen heroics) The latest in the teenagers save the world series is packed with action, as Thomas (Dylan O'Brien) leads his heroic crew into the walled city they once escaped from to save his friend Minho more
By Jennifer (Soscia) Carulli) (A Poem about Anthony Soscia) Life goes by so fast It's amazing how quickly the years pass. 100 years ago my Grandpa entered this earth The world has been blessed since the time of his birth. My Grandpa was one of a kind more
By JEN COWART OneCranston, an initiative through CCAP to bring social cohesion to the city of Cranston as part of the Working Cities Challenge, hosted its first event Friday night, a three-hour business card networking gathering, held at the Artists' more
By MERI R. KENNEDY On Saturday, Jan. 27, the Cranston YMCA opened their doors and facilities to the public to show many new improvements and programs that they now offer. We were thrilled to welcome members of the community who might not be familiar" more
By MERI R. KENNEDY On the heels of the second Women's March in Washington, D.C., and RI Women's March Rally at the RI State House, Rhode Island firm, Imaj Associates, whose team includes several connected to Cranston, has been recognized with an more
Grade 6 High Honors Vineet Abbineni, Michael Alviano, Leah Bucci, Lily Buco, Adrianni Carvalho, Alex Ceseretti, Ethan Chin, Danielle DeSocio, Gabriella DiFilippo, Lila Dohoney, Devin Exter, Jayden Falcone, Nathanael Feret, Jake Greene, Marco Ialongo, more
By PAM SCHIFF At January's meeting, the School Committee approved a resolution that will redistrict certain streets, sending students to Oaklawn Elementary School instead of Orchard Farms. The 18 streets affected by this move include Apple Blossom Lane, more
By THOMAS GREENBERG Courtney Jusino wasn't diagnosed with cancer until she was 28, 12 years after she first started working at a tanning salon in high school and would go into a tanning booth three or four times a week. She blames those frequent trips more
By JEN COWART The 2018 Smite World Champion gamer is a 17 year-old high school senior from Cranston. Brandon Casale is a student at Cranston High School West and is a third year student in the Cranston Area Career and Technical Center's (CACTC) more
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