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New location Tony's Pizza, who has been in business for approximately 48 years in Cranston, has found a new home at 531 Pontiac Ave. They were previously located 548 Pontiac in the plaza. They had been closed for almost two years between the move. Owned more
OneCranston, in partnership with Comprehensive Community Action Program (CCAP), has launched a new community builders small grant program through its community building committee. The purpose of the program is to increase civic leadership in Cranston by more
Angelo Manni’s words were few but came across with as much impact as a blast from a cannon. “They fought for our home,” Manni, a musician publicist for a Warwick-based band named Mother … more
Ward 6 councilman Michael Favicchio called the area of land past Mulligan’s Island on Route 2, close to Route 5, his “field of dreams.”  He was approached by a constituent two years ago … more
Cranston takes Bristol parade The 2018 Bristol Fourth of July parade may be remembered as one of the hottest in recent years, but the parade participants took it in stride, with Cranston having its fair share of representation in the event. Cranston High more
Greek life The Simple Greek is a new restaurant recently opened up in the new building in Garden City, located between Newport Creamery and Bank of America. It serves Greek food, from pitas to bowls to baklava, in a cafeteria style, similar to the way more
By JEN COWART Western Hills Middle School student Gabriella Seal was recently notified that she was the winner of the Boston Celtics 2017-2018 Stay in School Writing and Art Contest presented by Arbella Insurance Foundation. Seal was notified that she more
Grade 6 High honors Charles Adams, Sophie Appel, Ellie Ash, Emmett Billings, Clare Bradley, Timothy Davey, John Devine, Nathaniel Dixon, Benjamin Evans, Kenneth Huynh, Junior Joaquin Hernandez, Milana Kadak, Amelia Louro, Charles Maguire, Cameron Major, more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Two bills that will benefit local military veterans were passed by the General Assembly and officially signed by Governor Gina Raimondo this legislative session - one to revive a federal program that aims to funnel veterans into schools more
The Cranston public library has announced their participation in a national, nonpartisan effort to increase the political participation of people with disabilities. This effort, known as the REV UP Campaign, has been designated for July 16-20, more
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