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Mayor's Brayton Field picnic serves over 100 seniors AT YOUR SERVICE: Mayor Allan Fung provides service with a smile as he delivers a picnic lunch to Leon Pelletier at the Mayor's Annual Picnic held at Brayton Field on Aug. 24. Approximately 130 meals more
By MERI R. KENNEDY Last week, Mayor Allan Fung was joined by Ed Garcia of the Cranston Public Library, Sandra Moyer of the Cranston Historical Society, Councilman Chris Paplauskas, and Chris Barnett of the Rhode Island Foundation at the Knightsville more
Sonya Gasparian-Janigian has been in the clothing business for “35 years of busy,” as she said Thursday during the kickoff to her open house celebration.  Those 35 years include 27 in … more
By MERI R. KENNEDY Ed Carosi was inspired to write The Arrival, The Struggle, The Ascendancy by a friend of his brother, Hugo Rossi, a Vietnam Marine who worked with drug addicts in the South Bronx and ultimately went to India to work for Mother Theresa. more
By JEN COWART Paula Fish, a retired Dutemple Elementary School teacher of 32 years, has been praying for a miracle. Diagnosed at 36 years old with polycystic kidney disease (PKD), Fish has been in kidney failure for more than a year and her symptoms have more
By PAM SCHIFF On Friday, Nov. 2 at the Valley Country Club, five more Cranston graduates will join the prestigious ranks of the Cranston Hall of Fame. This year's nominees are as diverse and interesting as Cranston itself. They represent what Cranston is more
On August 22, Hope and Change for Haiti held its first gala fundraiser event, “Engage for Change,” at the Imperial Room in Cranston. It was an event that sold out in just two months’ time, and … more
“No parent should ever lose a child. It’s not the correct order of things,” said Anna Casador of Cranston. She and her son, Eric, shared a similar passion – to help those in need. Yet, in … more
By KELLSIE KING On September 15, a Cranston shop owner in Pawtuxet Village will host a fundraiser to raise money for a West Kingston family whose only child and 6-month-old son was diagnosed with acute myeloid leukemia in June. Amy Conn, the owner of Tag more
By JEN COWART For two decades, the youth at Holy Apostles Catholic Church have taken time at the end of the summer to regroup before the start of the school year. This summer's retreat at the Alton Jones campus of the University of Rhode Island took more
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