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By THOMAS GREENBERG Chapel View isn't just geographically located near the middle of Cranston - it's also transformed into a robust shopping and residential center for residents of the city. On Thursday night the Ordinance Committee unanimously approved more
F. Harriett Dever, 93, passed away on Thursday, November 16, 2017. She was a daughter of the late James A., Sr. and Florence M. (Andrews) Dever, she was a lifelong resident of Providence and a … more
By THOMAS GREENBERG Usually people like to curl up in front of a fire and read a book during these colder months. On Monday night there was certainly some fiery heat at William Hall Library, but there was very little reading to be done. Cumberland Farms more
By ETHAN HARTLEY A triage of issues concerning food security in Rhode Island drew Senators Jack Reed and Sheldon Whitehouse, along with Lietenant Governor Dan McKee to the Rhode Island Community Food Bank on Monday afternoon to discuss the situation and more
ASSAULT Joseph Resendes, 46 of 45 Beckwith Street #2 in Cranston was arrested on November 18 at 6:57 p.m. by Officer Babcock for domestic simple assault and domestic disorderly conduct as a result of a disturbance call at 45 Beckwith Street. He was later more
By THOMAS GREENBERG According to research done by Brain in Play, a foundation run by Cranston resident Bill White, the effects of dementia can be lessened by a controlled regime of activities. The Brain in Play foundation has been doing hands-on research more
By JEN COWART A common complaint from parents nowadays is that they can no longer help their kids with homework, especially once students have reached the upper elementary grades and beyond. Technology, curriculum expectations, methods and standards have more
By JEN COWART There is a special group of students who are especially thankful for their blessings at Hugh B. Bain Middle School. The seventh and eighth-grade Dream Team and the sixth-grade Rhode Island Red team are the English Language Learner (ELL) more
Cranston East girls' basketball star Maia Caito made her college commitment official on Thursday afternoon, as the 6-foot-4 center inked a National Letter of Intent to continue her athletic and academic endeavors at the more
By MERI R. KENNEDY On Saturday, Nov. 4 people from all walks of life who are homeless or in need were bused from Kennedy Plaza in Providence to Praise Tabernacle Church in Cranston for the 11th Annual Hope for the Homeless event. Hundreds of homeless more
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