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Following Superintendent of State Police and Director of Public Safety Colonel Ann C. Assumpico ordering an immediate crackdown on speeding, aggressive driving and other motor vehicle violations on Monday, all state police and regular patrols are more
By MERI KENNEDY On Feb. 4, A Night of Broadway, was performed at Hope Highlands Middle School in Cranston to raise funds for the 2017 Student of the Year candidates for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society (LLS) of RI. It was produced by Connor Buonaccorsi, more
By PAM SCHIFF On Saturday, Feb. 11, at St. David's on the Hill in Cranston, Cub Scouts Pack 6 held their annual Pinewood Derby race. Following strict Official Narragansett Council Pinewood Derby Rules 2013 Edition, cars had to be of a certain weight, no more
Attorney General Peter F. Kilmartin today announced that Nicola Patalano, age 60, of Cranston was found guilty by a Providence County Superior Court jury of malicious killing of an animal. The jury returned the verdict after 1.5 days of deliberations more
By MERI KENNEDY On a cold snowy afternoon this past Sunday, you could feel the warmth inside KG Salon, located at 2144 Broad St., as it held a cut-a-thon to benefit the R.I. Pet Connection Foundation. With more than 24 booked appointments, all six Salon more
By JEN COWART Recently, George J. Peters Elementary School installed their newest crop of Safety Patrol students, with the help of Diana Imondi Dias, Education specialist from AAA, and Cranston Police Department's Colonel Michael Winquist, Matt Davis, more
By JEN COWART At first glance, the physical building of Saint David's on the Hill Episcopal Church is a large one with off-shoots from the main worship building for offices, a preschool and two reception halls. Inside however, the congregation is not more
By MERI KENNEDY When members of BASICS - Benefiting All Students In Cranston Schools - have a snow day off and they find out a special Sled-a-Thon was going on at Cranston High School West; they dressed for winter and brought sleds, tubes and even more
SNOWBOARDING FUN Pictured is Margaret Cooney, age 10, snowboarding down the hill at Aqueduct Field. more
By JACOB MARROCCO Cranston was pummeled with a combined 16 inches of snow over the course of two separate storms, costing the city more than $200,000 of its $740,000 snow removal budget. First came the blizzard on Thursday. What started as morning rain more
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