The Cranston Herald
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BASICS, or Benefiting All Students In Cranston Schools, celebrated the opening its new headquarters at 250 East St. in Cranston with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Oct. 23. The event features family activities, games, live more
The Cranston Public Library held its “History is Alive: A Haunted History Tour” of the Oak Lawn Branch on Oct. 22 at 6:30 p.m. Guests explored the long history of the building, from its early … more
Both Cranston City Cup soccer trophies will reside at Cranston High School West for the next year. The girls' soccer squad came back from a 1-0 deficit to defeat Cranston East, 3-1, while the boys' team used a more
The Cranston West Falcons swooped in and seized a 14-0 win from the Woonsocket Villa Novans at Barry Field on Saturday afternoon. West head coach Steve Stoehr was happy with his team's effort throughout the contest. The" more
Registration for the fourth annual Park View Middle School 5K race is now under way. For the first time since its inception, the proceeds from the race will benefit Operation Stand Down, a local Rhode Island organization that offers support more
Elaine J. (Beauvais) Apici, 76, of Ridge St., Cranston, passed away on Monday, October 17, 2016 at Kent Hospital in Warwick surrounded by her loved ones. Born in Providence, she was the daughter … more
All the Cranston West girls' soccer team has strived for this season is consistency. After graduating nine seniors, including All-Division selections Jenna Palmer and Gabby Caruso, the Falcons have been trying to more
The Mt. Hope boys' soccer team scored twice in each half and got goals from four different players en route to easing past Cranston West, 4-1, on Monday afternoon at the Hope Road Complex. Facing a 4-0 deficit late in the more
The Greater Providence YMCA announced that Steven G. O'Donnell, former superintendent of the Rhode Island State Police and commissioner of the Rhode Island Department of Public Safety, has been appointed as chief executive officer, effective more
The Cranston West football team couldn't hold its 14-12 halftime advantage on Friday night at Pierce Stadium, as East Providence stormed back with a pair of second-half touchdowns to down the Falcons, 24-14. Townies' running more
Mass. man faces federal charge in prostitution case A Massachusetts man is facing federal charges in connection with a sex trafficking investigation. Devon Brown, 24, of Everett, was arrested and arraigned last week on a Mann Act more
Cranston native Cianna Lynch has hit the ground running for the Salve Regina cross country team, posting some solid performances in her freshman campaign for the Seahawks. The La Salle alumna made her debut for Salve on Sept. 3 at the more
To the Editor: The latest ordinance proposal from Mayor Allan Fung's office to deal with the issue of panhandling is not different enough from the previous, existing ordinance that was found by a court to be unconstitutional to avoid another costly court more
To the Editor: Regarding the recent article, “Work begins for new restaurant, retail space at Garden City.” The building was originally the Old Colony Co-operative Bank, which opened around … more
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Rodi and Mr. and Mrs. John Caprarelli of Cranston are pleased to announce the engagement of Christiana Marie Rodi to John Vincent Caprarelli. The bride-to-be is a graduate of St. Mary Academy-Bay more
During the entire month of October, the Friends of Pawtuxet Village group is holding its annual Scarecrow Contest. Community groups, youth groups, schools, libraries, and creative individuals have already participated. Participate 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
Will Such has become a versatile force for Cranston West. The Falcons have had their struggles thus far, but the play of Such has certainly shone through as a bright spot. To start the fall, Such was set to be West's more
Cranston welcomes The Paper Store The Paper Store celebrated the opening of its newest location at Garden City Center (63 Hillside Road #8090) in Cranston on Oct. 1. This is the company's 68th location across the Northeast. The grand opening featured more
Rep. William W. O'Brien's bill (2016-H 7052) that adds dyslexia-targeted screening and assistance as a required aspect of the literacy program for students at the elementary grade level was signed into law by Gov. Gina M. Raimondo at a recent ceremonial more
The class 2017 at Cranston High School East held a yard sale and car wash fundraiser in front of the school on Oct. 8. Car wash proceeds went towards the senior class. The class raised $488 to go to its events, such as prom. Mrs. more
TinTown Studio, located at 40 Haven Ave. and owned by Paul Carpentier and Dennis DelSignore, held the opening of its newest exhibit on Oct. 14. The show, “Sensibility of Place,” features the … more
The Cranston High School East Thunderbolt Marching Band, under the direction of Gregory Arsenault, and the Emerald Encore recently hosted the annual Invitational Home Show at the Cranston Stadium. The event featured 11 of New England's more
As time goes by, people want to see and spend time with the friends they've known for a long time, and share many memories and experiences with. But time, life, work and other circumstances sometimes don't always allow for frequent more
Almost 250 people packed the Cranston Country Club on Sunday, Oct. 16, to watch the newest class be inducted into the Cranston Hall of Fame. Founded in 1980, the purpose of the Hall of Fame is to recognize graduates of a Cranston high more
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