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CYBERSTALKING On Jan. 24 at 7:20 a.m. Officer Comella arrested Jacqueline Blakney, 48, of 96 Hadley Ave. in Johnston for cyberstalking and cyberharassment prohibited. Her arrest was the result of the suspect turning herself into Cranston Police more
By JEN COWART Earlier this month, a water main break and subsequent flood caused the school community at Edgewood Highland Elementary School to have to pull together and work through the emotional process of dealing with the total loss of school more
By THOMAS GREENBERG After six years apart, the Cranston Ravens and CLCF Bombers are banding together to form a new recreational and travel softball program that will be run through CLCF (Cranston's League for Cranston's Future). Alison Izzi, who branched more
By JEN COWART With an acceptance to Brown University under his belt, continued recovery from a serious injury sustained during a game, and being named Gatorade's 2018 Player of the Year, Cranston West's Will Such has had quite the senior year, and quite more
Superintendent Jeannine Nota-Masse is asking for an increase of $1,344,815, or approximately 1.4 percent, in next year’s school budget.  “Each year moderate increases must be made. Some of … more
By PAM SCHIFF Proper etiquette and manners dictate that if someone gives you a gift or goes out of their way in kindness, you respond with a thank you. The problem with this particular incident for Kris Jeffers, his daughter Ashley Jeffers, and Ashley's more
New dentist in town Mayor Allan Fung officially welcomed Michelle Bento Mosca, D.M.D. to Cranston. She is an endodontics specialist and is located at 10 Crossway Roa This is her third location and she has been in business since 2003. She began her more
By THOMAS GREENBERG After a bit of a snag regarding funding for a dog park on Beachmont Street off of Park Avenue, the city council has thrown the recreation department a bone and officially green-lighted a resolution to allow the dog park to be built. more
Shakespeare famously said “All the World is a Stage.” This certainly has been the case with the showmanship-filled term of Governor Gina M. Raimondo. Following her election, Rhode Islanders … more
By THOMAS GREENBERG Joseph Wendelken, spokesman for the Department of Health, said that the number of hospitalizations because of the flu as of Tuesday, Jan. 23 was 295, up 92 from last Wednesday and another 90 from the week prior. In a conference call more
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