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Cranston High School West will be performing their spring dramatic production “Still Life With Iris” on Friday, Saturday and Sunday in the Alumni Auditorium on the CHSW campus. It is a production … more
To the Editor: This is an open letter to all the citizens of Cranston. By now, or any day now, you will be receiving a letter from the tax assessor's office regarding your home's assessment value. Please understand that this is not a tax increase, but it more
Dairy Queen aims for April opening The Dairy Queen Grill and Chill being built on Atwood Avenue was aiming for a January opening, but spokeswoman Katie Murray said progress was slowed due to a harsh winter. She said that the store is now tentatively more
As a powerful nor'easter bore down on Rhode Island last week, Rep. Joseph J. Solomon Jr. (D-Dist. 22, Warwick) submitted legislation that would require the burying of power lines in places that have long-lasting power outages. The legislation (2018-H more
By JEN COWART Less than six months after opening for business, Abbey Tilton has suffered a major setback at Abbey's ShAbbey Designs, located at 1460 Phenix Avenue in Cranston. In November, surrounded by family, friends and loyal customers, Abbey proudly more
By THOMAS GREENBERG The city of Cranston has never had a dog park, but that will change soon. Neighboring cities Warwick and Providence both have sizable parks for people to take their furry friends, but Cranston is just now looking to join the club with more
By THOMAS GREENBERG Cranston Mayor and Republican gubernatorial candidate Allan Fung spoke out this week in the wake of a Roger Williams University and WPRI-TV poll of Rhode Islanders which showed Fung trailed incumbent Governor Gina Raimondo by 2.6 more
ASSAULT At 5:56 a.m. on March 3, Officers McCoy and Burns arrested Alexander Scibak, 27, of 1928 Cranston St. in Cranston, for domestic simple assault/battery, domestic disorderly conduct, violation of a no contact order, third offense, and Superior more
CVS Health recently announced that the company has expanded its safe medication disposal program inside select CVS Pharmacy locations in Rhode Island to help facilitate proper and timely disposal of opioids and other medications that could be diverted or more
By THOMAS GREENBERG National Grid spokesman Ted Kresse said that, at the peak of the most recent storm during the Friday night hours going into Saturday morning, 4,922 Cranston residents had lost power. The wind brought trees down throughout the city, more
By THOMAS GREENBERG As 45 seventh graders at Park View Middle School filed into the library Friday afternoon, neuroscientists from Providence College were waiting for them with open arms - and bisected human brains. Despite many of the young students more
By MERI R. KENNEDY It's the location! Seasoned fashion industry expert Robin Barrett Wilson has brought her unique clothing boutique, robin b., to Garden City Center on March 1. It features exclusive designs and brands for the modern woman. The 1,100 more
By THOMAS GREENBERG Naomi Nesenoff has been forging a path for women in golf since she started the first girl's golf team at her high school on Long Island, where she grew up. But even though she'll soon be the first female Director of Golf in Rhode more
The National Grid Emergency Operation Center –“the Storm Room” – was like the eye of a hurricane Saturday afternoon. It had power, although that wasn’t the case for about 100,000 … more
Scary Acres, a haunted corn maze and hayride… more
By PAM SCHIFF Over the course of two days, almost 250 students visited the Cranston East High School library to send their thanks and regards to veterans who are at the VA medical center in Providence. Students were required to write a letter to a more
Deborah Ellen Bradshaw, 64, of Pascoag, RI passed away on Feb 22nd after a life-long battle with Muscular Dystrophy. Born in Providence, the daughter of John D. Bradshaw III and Marilyn Milan … more
On Tuesday, the community at Hope Alzheimer’s Center in Cranston celebrated an important milestone with one of their clients, Olga Susi, along with her family and friends, as she turned 104 years … more
By THOMAS GREENBERG -- Representative Robert Lancia is on a mission. It began two years ago, when a former staff member was t-boned in front of the State House... more
With a handful of food Emma Rado had no problem in attracting plenty of attention at Roger Williams Park Zoo Tuesday. She was visiting the zoo with her mother, her sister Ava and her grandmother Mary … more
As Cranston firefighters filed into the City Council chambers Monday night to receive their citations from the city for their work during the chemical fire on Elmwood Avenue, the room filled to a … more
Cranston’s school department, in its quest to eventually renovate or rebuild schools, which are in some cases almost 100 years old (Briggs Building), has hired an outside company, Fielding Nair … more
Grace Janicki Waz, 94, died peacefully in Providence on January 10, 2018. She had been living at Elmhurst Extended Care for the past 3 years where she was a much loved and well cared for … more
Virginia Bianco of Cranston was the winner of the recent “find the cupid” contest in the Cranston Herald and Warwick Beacon. Her entry was randomly pulled from those who found the cupid among the … more
In the ongoing debate about gun control in America – how much is too little, how much is too much – the shift of legislative and judicial balance has historically tilted in favor of the Second … more
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