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What began as a search for former Patriots linebacker Jerod Mayo’s bulldog “Knox” in Wrentham, Mass. ended up leading to a domestic assault arrest made here in Cranston – and the RISPCA … more
By THOMAS GREENBERG When candidates declared for office this past month, it looked like incumbent Ward 2 Democratic Councilman Paul McAuley would have to win a primary if he wanted to get reelected for a second term. Roughly a month later, it looks like more
By THOMAS GREENBERG Figuring out what to do at the Park and Warwick Avenues intersection is one of the many tasks that both Lammis Vargas and Jeffrey Gale want to accomplish if they were elected in November as Cranston's next Ward 1 city councilperson. more
By THOMAS GREENBERG The owners of Eddie's Diner, Eddie and Paula Azevedo, say that they have been harshly - and wrongfully - attacked on Facebook and Yelp following an incident involving John Sears, his son Michael, who has autism, and Michael's service more
ASSAULT Officer Schaffran arrested Giovanni Broccoli, 38, of 115 First Ave. in Cranston on July 9 at 6:46 p.m. for shoplifting, simple assault, resisting arrest and a Superior Court Bench Warrant as a result of a larceny complaint at Stop and Shop at 275 more
By PAM SCHIFF Corey Calligano is a true Cranston daughter. A graduate of the former Horton Elementary School, Bain Middle School and Cranston East Class of 2000, she has roots deep and strong in the community. In September of 2012 while in the shower she more
By PAM SCHIFF Addison Abate is in real life a firecracker, so it is very appropriate that she be named Little Miss Fourth of July 2018 for the Bristol July 4th Parade. Since 1949, the parade has had a Miss Fourth of July, and in 1997 the Little Miss more
By THOMAS GREENBERG Like a baseball team fielding its starting roster for the big game, the Republicans and Democrats of Cranston are forming their own teams for the 9 City Council seats available in Cranston this November. There are three citywide more
By PAM SCHIFF In June of 2014, Carol Mitola of Cranston was diagnosed with stage four-kidney disease. In June of last year, her nephrologist told her that it was time for a kidney transplant since she was at the end stage of kidney disease and on the more
By THOMAS GREENBERG It's that time of year again, when construction crews are out in full force across the state to complete any roadwork that seemingly always needs to be done. Only in Cranston, department of public works director Ken Mason says that more
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