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The Cranston East Thunderbolts beat the Cranston West Falcons, 68-53, on Friday night at West. 'Bolts' junior standout Aireus Raspberry poured in 18 points and Paul Maguire added nine. For the Falcons, Jared Olson, the more
By JEN COWART Those who have been at Hugh B. Bain Middle School over the years have fond memories of the annual Holiday Shops that have taken place inside the school. The Holiday Shop gives students an opportunity to browse for a gift for a special more
Cranston High School West has announced their academic honor roll for the first quarter of the 2017-2018 school year. Students are recognized for achieving academic success using the following designations: Highest Honors: a grape point average of 4.0 or more
By DON FOWLER Sean Thompson was enjoying 70-degree weather in Tampa as he waited to perform his role as Raul in Andrew Lloyd Webber's continuation of The Phantom of the Opera." "Love Never Dies" picks up the story 10 years later. With the disappearance" more
To the Editor: School-funded music programs create environments for children to work together and support each other. Music programs provide opportunities for young people, regardless of their academic or athletic skills, to learn more about a common more
STACEY M. FERRANTI DR. MARC M. BOCHNER Gail and Morris Bochner of Cranston proudly announce the engagement of their son, Dr. Marc Michael Bochner, to Stacey Marie Ferranti of Cranston. Stacey is the daughter of Kathleen and Michael Ferranti of Cranston. more
By MERI R. KENNEDY Cranston Rep. Robert Lancia (District 16) and his wife Maryann will hold the third Annual Hope for the Holidays, a benefit for the Gotta Have Sole Foundation (GHSF), at Panera Bread in Chapel View on Jan. 6 from 9 a.m. to noon. Those more
Members of the Cranston City Council: I am writing this letter to ask that you consider not supporting and voting against the upcoming city ordinance 10-17- 04, which will change the zone layout of the corner of Warwick Avenue and Park Avenue to a more
By JOHN HOWELL -- Ester Sarafian knows how to bring a crowd to their feet. Without assistance, Ester headed into the dining room at the Scandinavian Assisted Living Community. more
By MERI R. KENNEDY On Dec. 22, The Cranston Senior Center was very busy with a hustle and bustle as Christmas Meals, provided by the Center, were picked up for delivery throughout the city. The Center has been doing the meals program for 33 years. We" more
By JOHN HOWELL Theresa Tortolani, whose home on Crestwood Road is not far from Garden City, got another visit from a National Grid crew Friday. They were there to check her home for any natural gas that might have seeped into her basement from a leaking more
By THOMAS GREENBERG The director of technology for Cranston Public Schools, Donna-Marie Frappier, said that technology now plays a role in everything that Cranston schools do. That's why the department has to continue updating a revolving technology plan more
By THOMAS GREENBERG Cranston's audit for fiscal year 2017, which ended June 30, shows a surplus of $123,000, according to city finance director Bob Strom and the Mayor's office. Mayor Allan Fung said that the surplus has been added to the city's rainy more
By JEN COWART Last week, all across the city presentations were taking place for Cranston Public Schools parents and students in regards to secondary schedule changes that will begin in the 2018-2019 school year at the middle and high schools. On more
ASSAULT On December 24 at 10:29 a.m. Officers Lang and McIntyre arrested Sunny Suth, 30, of 39 Lark Ave., Cranston for simple assault or battery and resisting legal or illegal arrest. Suth's arrest was the result of a call for service at the more
Mayor Scott Avedisian will join Cranston Mayor Allan W. Fung at O'Rourke's Bar and Grill, 23 Peck Lane, Warwick, this evening for a night of guest bartending to benefit the inception of the Pawtuxet Village Foundation. The duo will be behind the bar from more
By THOMAS GREENBERG Fred Magnanimi founded Luca and Danni after his 33 year-old brother Danny lost his battle with cancer in 2013. Now, the company's relation to the disease has come full-circle, as this year an exclusive Tree of Life" bracelet designed" more
By THOMAS GREENBERG With the recent arrival of two priests, Junior Warden at All Saints Episcopal Church, Bruce MacNeil, has seen a refreshed level of enthusiasm at the Pontiac church. Father Alfred Al" Zadig and Father George H. Warren have been called" more
A celebration of many sorts On Dec. 17, the St. Mary's Church Italian Cultural Society held their Annual Christmas Party at Santa Maria d Prata Society Hall in Cranston. Hosted by Society President, Frank J. Manzi the evening included music by DJ Vito more
By MERI R. KENNEDY With Christmas around the corner, it was time for The Oaklawn Grange Annual Christmas Tree Lighting, held on Dec. 14 at the Gazebo and inside the Oaklawn Grange near the Wilbur Ave. Bridge. The cold evening did not keep people away, more
By JEN COWART In a surprise announcement last Wednesday morning, Assistant Principal and 2004 graduate of Cranston High School West, John Fontaine, was named Assistant Principal of the Year by the Rhode Island Association of School Principals (RIASP). . more
Cranston resident Stephanie Vito has been named the 2017 BlueAngel of the year at Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Rhode Island for her commitment and leadership in giving back to the Rhode Island community. Nominations for the award are submitted by Blue more
Praise Tabernacle’s famous Christmas musical, “The Christmas to Remember,” was a complete sellout each evening this past weekend with thousands coming out to see the show. This free show … more
By JEN COWART A number of weeks after Senator Jack Reed hosted the founders of Cranston's The Village for RI Foster and Adoptive Families during their whirlwind Washington, D.C. Angels in Adoption awards trip, the group took a turn playing host to the more
By PAM SCHIFF On Tuesday evening, December 12, Cranston Mayor Allan Fung, Citywide Council President Michael Farina and West Bay Chabad Rabbi Yossi Laufer welcomed Cranston families to join in the lighting of the menorah and the start of the week of the more
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