The Cranston Herald
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By JEN COWART At Cranston High School East the Media Center was alive on the Wednesday morning before Thanksgiving with chatter, hugs, and laughter as members of the graduating class of 2018 returned to their old stomping grounds. Their purpose in more
By PAM SCHIFF Eight out of nine sitting City Councilmen attended the School Committee presentation on Wednesday, November 14 to learn what Superintendent, Jeannine Nota-Masse aims to accomplish with the school buildings over the next five years. more
By JEN COWART Last Wednesday evening, Superintendent Jeannine Nota-Masse presented both the Cranston School Committee and the Cranston City Council with the proposed bond option for the first five years of the school departments master plan. The joint more
By JEN COWART The Stone Hill Elementary School community recently handed off many boxes of items for Operation Holiday Cheer to Jenn Ahrens, a Rhode Island Blue Star Mom. Blue Star Mothers currently have family members in active service in the military. more
After working for 38 years at Phred’s Drug, Jean Ricci won’t be interviewing for a job with CVS, when Phred’s closes its doors for the last time on Nov. 29. “I don’t want to cry for a … more
Idalia Villalobos was only 12 years old when she was given a choice that would forever change her life. “In the beginning of April, my mother called me from the United States and asked me if I … more
ASSAULT As a result of a disturbance at 119 Magnolia St. on Nov. 19 at 4:18 p.m. officers arrested Jonathan Jaquez, 36, of 111 Fairview Ave., Nashua, NH, for domestic felony assault and domestic disorderly conduct. He was arraigned and released by a more
By By PAM SCHIFF The Knighstville Branch of Cranston libraries hosted the final anniversary open house celebration on Saturday, Nov. 17. We want to thank everyone for attending our last open house at Knightsville as we finish our celebration of the 50th" more
By PAM SCHIFF On election eve when most candidates were fine tuning their election day strategy, Ward 5 Councilman Chris Paplauskas hosted 20 Arrow of Light Pack 6 Cub Scouts along with their siblings and parents at City Hall. The scouts visited city" more
By JEN COWART The sun came out on Saturday morning just in time for an emotional ribbon cutting ceremony at Garden City Elementary School, where the Jeffrey Girard II Memorial Therapeutic Playground was officially dedicated. The community playground is more
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