The Cranston Herald
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By PAM SCHIFF Alison O'Donnell never intended to be an author. Or, an on-line dating expert, but when she realized she had collected almost 100 dating debacles she knew she had a best seller on her hands. Stupid Cupid tells the story of each guy she more
By JEN COWART On Thursday morning the school community at Rhodes Elementary School gathered together for a very special event, one that was the result of several years of effort, much hard work by last year's fourth grade classes and a schoolwide more
By PAM SCHIFF On a warm and sunny Saturday, 75 volunteers from Cranston East participated in the Save the Bay clean up event, as they have done for the past nine years. In addition to the 68 cadets, the seven chaperones were Cranston East JROTC more
Justin Neary threw three touchdown passes and running back Rayven DeOliveira rushed for three scores as the Cranston East football team continued its dominance of Division I-B with a 40-6 trouncing of Cumberland on Friday more
The Cranston West football team is rolling. The Falcons improved to 2-0 in Division I-A on Friday evening, as three rushing touchdowns by senior running back Will Such led West past South Kingstown, 34-28. The win marked the more
The Cranston East boys' soccer team pushed its undefeated record in Division III to 8-0-1 last week with convincing victories over Scituate and defending D-III champion Davies. The 'Bolts started their 2-0 week by powering more
FRAUD On Sept. 30 at 5:39 p.m., Officer Leonard arrested Daniel Brown, 53, of 13 Terrace Ave. Apt. 2 in Providence for fraudulent checks (under $1,000). The arrest was a result of an attempted pickup for an active Cranston Police arrest and affidavit more
By CHELSEA CARNEY The officials of Garden City joined Mayor Allan Fung on Thursday to mark the entrance into Phase IV of the renovation process and the beginning of construction on the newest building in the plaza. Two restaurants, Tavern in the Square more
By ALLIE LEWIS Despite Saturday's bleak forecast, Rhode Island's Best Buddies Friendship Walk was not lacking in numbers. Hundreds of walkers made their way around the track at Brayton Avenue Park to raise awareness and funds for the organization. I" more
The Cranston East Lady 'Bolts swept the Tolman Tigers, 3-0, on Monday evening at home and improved to 8-0 on the season. Senior setter Joanna Wong had 24 assists in the match and Maia Caito and Lauren Milani had seven more
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