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Think Cranston is one of the best cities in the country? You're not alone. For the third consecutive year, news and business content provider 24/7 Wall St. has named Cranston one of America's 50 Best Cities to Live." The city ranks" more
On Oct. 18, students at Park View Middle School took part in the official kickoff event for the Fuel Up to Play 60 initiative being started at the school this year. The initiative is sponsored by the NFL, the USDA, and the American Dairy more
Most Cranston voters heading to the polls on Nov. 8 will find their local School Committee representative running unopposed for re-election. That is not the case in Ward 4, where incumbent Trent Colford is seeking a seat on the City more
By JEN COWART As the weather begins to chill and the holidays approach, the Comprehensive Community Action Program (CCAP) is preparing to fill 1,000 food baskets for the upcoming Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays, according to Lee Beliveau, the more
Led by junior quarterback Justin Neary, Cranston East rolled to its second straight lopsided victory, cruising past Rogers in Newport on Friday night, 37-0. It was all East out of the gate. Early in the first quarter, the more
The Women's Living Room meets once a month in Cranston, for two hours of fellowship, supportive conversation, multimedia engagement, and giving. Women are encouraged to give between $5 and $25 per more
On Oct. 29, children and adults were invited to bring a bag to Pawtuxet Park to collect candy compliments of Pawtuxet Village merchants. All were welcome to wear a costume. There was a parade of costumes to begin the parade, more
The car tax is a stone in everyone's shoe. No matter how much one makes, no matter what model car one drives, no matter where one lives - taxpayers despise the car tax. Every year municipalities reach deep into taxpayer's more
Pictured during the Trunk and Treats event at Woodridge Church on Oct. 29 are sisters Kayleigh Rego, 6, and Emily Rego, 4. (Herald photos by Steve Popiel) 2 THE KINGDOM: The Bombardier family visited Trunk and Treats more
Earlier this month, Salon KG, located at 2144 Broad St. in Pawtuxet Village, received the award of Best Newport Wedding 2017" in Newport Wedding Magazine. Salon KG has been in business for three years and specializes in" more
Want to learn how to build catapults? Robots? How to illustrate comic books or use design software? Visit a Maker Space, or attend a Maker Faire! Barnes & Noble hosts three Mini Maker Faire … more
Voters have a number of decisions to make on Nov. 8, but perhaps no contests are as close to home as those for ward seats on the City Council. The six ward seats are currently split evenly along … more
Urban gardening is the practice of cultivating, processing, and distributing food in or around a village, town, or city, and it's a relatively new movement aimed in part at helping to end hunger. First Lady Michelle Obama has done it by more
The phrase it takes a village" has become a fixture of civic discourse - and the subject of debate - since its use as the title of Hillary Rodham Clinton's 1996 best-selling book on the role society plays in the development of children." more
Last week the Center for Coastal Conservation, along with its 10 recreational fishing and boating industry partners, released A Vision for Marine Fisheries Management in the 21st Century: Priorities for a New Administration. The Vision highlights top more
In a meeting as spirited as their first, Republican Mayor Allan Fung and Democratic challenger Michael Sepe last week appeared on WPRI's Newsmakers" program. The two echoed themes and traded charges familiar to those who have" more
One of the last tasks left from World War II is to make sure that America never forgets how much was sacrificed by so many to defeat the Axis powers. Rhode Island filmmaker Tim Gray has been doing … more
Those who hold public office should rightfully be held to a higher standard. All of us are human, and thus flawed. But those who ask for the faith of their fellow citizens, who seek to represent them in the halls of power, are tasked with pursuing and more
Oh, it’s good...and we all know Rhode Island loves a good mobster story. After all, our little state didn’t get the nickname “Rogue Island” for nothing. On Federal Hill, in years past, the … more
Hope Highlands hosts first-ever walkathon The sixth- and seventh-graders at Hope Highlands hosted the new middle school's first-ever walkathon recently to raise money for the school. The day was clear and the walk to the Briggs field was brisk as the more
Walk-a-thon boosts Chester Barrows On a bright, sunny afternoon, more than 180 students of Chester W. Barrows Elementary School recently took to the fields on Beachmont Avenue for a fun-filled, active, and unique walk-a-thon. The fundraising event more
“We’re passionate about the past,” begins the slogan of Cranston-based Bruneau & Co. Auctioneers. That statement sets the tone and culture for those who work at Bruneau and Co., and those … more
As the Nov. 8 election rapidly approaches, Cranstonians and others across the state have turned their attention to the mayoral race between Republican incumbent Allan Fung and Democratic challenger Michael Sepe. Also hotly contested - more
The Cranston East girls' tennis team rattled off its fifth straight victory to end the season on Thursday afternoon at Park View, rolling past one-win Pilgrim, 7-0, to conclude its season slate with an 11-5 record. Serena more
The MAE Organization for the Homeless will hold its third annual fundraising gala, “Rags to Riches,” on Friday, Nov. 4 at the Renaissance Hotel in Providence. The event, which runs from 6 p.m. … more
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