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By JEN COWART The Western Hills Middle School (WHMS) community surpassed this year's $10,000 goal for their biggest annual fundraiser, the fall walkathon. On Oct. 19, the entire school community gathered together on the Cranston High School West track to more
By PAM SCHIFF Continuing the year-long celebration of the Cranston Public Library's 50th anniversary, Oaklawn Branch opened its doors and hearts to the community for a full day of activities, speakers and fun. Branch Librarian Stefanie Blankenship worked more
By JEN COWART On Monday morning, Loida Garcia-Febo, President of the American Library Association, visited the Cranston High School East media center as part of her `Because Libraries = Strong Communities' national tour, visiting while in town for a more
On Oct. 22 at 12:27 a.m., multiple officers arrested Broshawn Coakley, 31, of 12 Arch St. Apt. 2 in Providence for Weapons Other Than Firearms Prohibited. The arrest was a result of a motor vehicle stop at Cranston St. and Washington St. He was then held more
By JEN COWART It's an event that has taken nearly two years of preparation and has involved the time and dedication of every member of the Cranston High School West school staff. The New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC) visiting team more
By JEN COWART On last Wednesday evening, three of the founding March for our Lives students who survived, or had family members who survived, the Marjory Stoneman Douglas school massacre in Parkland, Florida visited Cranston High School East on their more
By THOMAS GREENBERG Republican candidates for Citywide Council on the ballot this year, incumbents City Council President Michael Farina and Councilman Ken Hopkins and Amy Ricci, are focusing on development, schools, and infrastructure as key issues as more
By THOMAS GREENBERG On Thursday night, the six candidates for Citywide City Council - three Republicans and three Democrats - answered questions from the Cranston Herald and from members of the community in advance of the Nov. 6 election. More than 50 more
By JOHN HOWELL -- Dylan Massey was at the controls on his way to Nantucket when William McCaffrey asked if he could head back to Green Airport. Massey banked the Cessna and the distant view of the airport came into sight. Massey felt up to landing the more
Attorney General Peter F. Kilmartin touts a new federal consumer protection law, signed into law by President Donald Trump on May 24, 2018, that protects seniors from becoming victims of financial exploitation. Rhode Island's Attorney more
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