The Cranston Herald
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DOMESTIC ASSAULT On January 17 at about 12:44 a.m., Officers Maione and Trinh arrested Christopher Hazard, 33, of 25 Maplewood Avenue in Cranston, for domestic disorderly conduct and domestic simple assault as a result of a call for service at 25 Maple more
By PETE FONTAINE If you're shopping for unique holiday gifts, plan on being at the Church of the Annunciation this weekend. If you're looking for an unusual dining experience, plan on being inside the Greek Orthodox parish's Rev. Peter G. Mihailides more
By DON FOWLER Want to escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life, enjoy a soothing beverage and satisfy your taste buds with an experience you will find nowhere else? No, you don't have to go to France to enjoy crepes the way they should be made. more
By MERI R. KENNEDY The Annual City Hall Christmas Tree Lighting took place on Dec. 5 indoors; as it was raining that evening. The rain, however, did not dampen the holiday spirit as the outdoor Christmas Tree was lit by Mayor Allan Fung, and Santa Claus more
By JEN COWART As part of the recent CS4RI statewide computer science summit, a special three-hour session was held for school administrators and guidance counselors to discuss why computer science education matters. An overview of CS4RI programs was more
The pitching of right-hander Anthony Melise and timely hitting led the Cranston Bulldogs to a 1-0 series lead in its quarterfinal matchup with Slocum on Friday evening at Lischio Field in North Kingstown, with Cranston more
By THOMAS GREENBERG As most college students will tell you, anything helps. Any sort of money they can get - whether it be scholarships, grants, or even presents from the grandparents - go a long way in helping them afford college costs. So when the more
The Cranston Police Department last week rolled out a new vehicle for its K9 Unit. Mayor Allan Fung, Chief of Police Col. Michael Winquist, House Speaker Nicholas Mattiello, and police personnel were on hand on Oct. 12 for a press more
Cranston East senior captain Amanda Hay was so overwhelmed after capturing the Division II girls' volleyball title that she had trouble communicating her emotions, but it was her serve in the semifinals and title match that more
An early-season matchup between two of the top teams in the state didn't disappoint on Monday afternoon. Cranston West controlled the first six innings on its home field against five-time defending state champion Hendricken, more
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