The Cranston Herald
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By MERI R. KENNEDY Most birds fly in a flock and new Eagle Scouts Anthony Cardi, Constantine George Coclin, Joshua Forgue and Daniel White did just that as they all celebrated their National Eagle High Court of Honor on May 10 at the Church of the more
By THOMAS GREENBERG When a building goes through a $110,000 facelift, it would be fairly disappointing to its operators if they weren't happy with the results. Luckily for Elaine McKenna-Yeaw, the director of the Artists Exchange, and Ed Egan, who more
By PAM SCHIFF At the School Committee meeting held Monday, the Committee voted 6-1 to not eliminate the reduced price lunch option for Cranston students. Ward 1 Representative Jeff Gale, who has been focused on the lunch shaming issue and the more
COUNTERFEIT BILLS On May 15 at 11:49 a.m. Officer Scotti arrested Christopher Troupe, 30, of 155 Cottage St. Apt #2R in Pawtucket, for passing of counterfeit certificates/bills/notes and receiving stolen goods from Cranston PD. Arrest was the result of more
By PAM SCHIFF There are few things more special than a boy and his dog. It is a true love match with unconditional love on both sides. For eight-year-old Michael Benjamin Sears, a second grader at Peter's Elementary school in a self-contained classroom, more
By THOMAS GREENBERG Two retired Cranston police officers, patrolwoman Cheryl Zola and patrolman Russell B. Gross Sr., died within the last year and were honored as part of a 26th annual ceremony Tuesday morning at the Cranston police station to recognize more
ASSAULT Gino Rossi, 22, of 68 Wayland Ave. in Cranston was arrested on May 11 by Officer Lavey for domestic felony assault, domestic failure to relinquish the telephone, and domestic disorderly conduct. The arrest was the result of a call for service at more
Preparing for the big day The Edgewood Yacht Club's grand opening is slated for Saturday, May 19, when their new building opens for the 2018 boating season. The celebration begins with a ribbon cutting at 9:45 a.m., followed by a breakfast, skipper more
By THOMAS GREENBERG The City Council's amended budget for the coming fiscal year includes $111,000 more in city funds for the school department, adding to the $600,000 in the original budget proposal. The schools had asked for roughly an additional $1.3 more
Nicole White said that for the first four years of her son Kyrie’s life he had an in-home nurse while she and her husband worked full-time. “The very first day we brought him home from the … more
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