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By JEN COWART Hannah Flynn, a Cranston West and Cranston Area Career and Technical Center (CACTC) senior, was recently notified that she has received the Light the Way scholarship from Assumption College in Worcester, Massachusetts. Flynn is a student in more
By KELLSIE KING Kerri Kelleher has for many years served as the president of Benefiting All Students In Cranston Schools, or BASICS, working to bring students and families together. Now, she is working to show that #CranstonLovesCranston. Kelleher wants more
By JEN COWART Mary Ann Snider, Rhode Island's deputy commissioner of education, visited Cranston on Jan. 16, filling in for Education Commissioner Dr. Ken Wagner. A public meeting was held with Snider in the Media Center at Cranston High School East. In more
By PAM SCHIFF Now in his third term as the School Committee representative for Ward 6, Dan Wall was sworn in as the committee's new chairman during the city's inaugural festivities Jan. 7. Wall reflected on how the change in leadership on the committee more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE Public safety officials were not surprised when temperatures plummeted Sunday evening. They were caught off guard, however, by the timing - and so were many motorists in the city. We knew that the Patriots game was at 6 o'clock and" more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE As the standoff over the government shutdown stretches on in Washington, D.C., Mayor Allan Fung has issued an executive order aimed at providing a degree of financial relief to federal employees who have been affected. It's the right" more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE Plans for a Topgolf facility in Cranston are on the proverbial green. On a 6-0 vote, the City Council's Ordinance Committee on Jan. 17 gave its backing to a zoning change needed to accommodate a proposed sports-entertainment complex more
DRUG CHARGES On Jan. 15 at 3:52 p.m., police arrested Ronald W. Allen II, 39, 52 Gillooly Drive, Warwick, on one count of manufacturing/possession/delivery of a controlled substance, three counts of possession of a controlled substance and one count of more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE A broad agreement exists that Cranston should put the brakes on new large-scale solar projects through a moratorium as it revisits its existing rules. Some of the details, however, remained uncertain following the Jan. 17 meeting of more
Moving those cookies out Pallets of cookies reaching at least 15 feet high provided the backdrop Saturday as Girl Scouts from East Greenwich, North Kingstown, Jamestown and Cumberland loaded up vehicles from their respective communities with cookie more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Facing a roughly $200 million budget deficit between the end of Fiscal Year 2019 on June 30 and Fiscal Year 2020, Governor Gina Raimondo's new budget plan, released this past Thursday, looks to stabilize the near future through legalized more
By TIM FORSBERG At Monday's 36th annual scholarship breakfast hosted by the Ministers Alliance of Rhode Island at Rhodes on the Pawtuxet, hundreds of attendees celebrated the life and message of Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. while encouraging student more
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