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FREE PICKUP: City residents will soon have a chance to dispose of large waste items not typically fitting in the trash carts at no additional cost.
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WINNERS CIRCLE: The Cranston Public Library held its second annual tree planting in Meshanticut Park on Aug. 16. Young readers were chosen from among six library locations to participate. Five trees were planted. Pictured are, back, Councilman Steve Stycos and Emily Brown, along with, at front, Emily Sullivan, Joy Joly, Faith Joly, Willow Tapley, Autumn Tapley, Samantha Sell and Angelina Connor.
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