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New England Slush Company on Gansett Ave. once again held their free `Family Fun Day' on June 16, which offered a magic show, face painting, bounce houses, DJ music, henna tattoos, a free raffle, and a martial arts demonstration. Throughout the day, more
Cranston’s own Alexandra Coppa is on her way to the Miss America pageant in Atlantic City, and the Pub on Park held a fundraiser on Sunday, June 24 to help with the costs associated. “It was a … more
By THOMAS GREENBERG Thom Duddy, a spokesperson for the Narcan manufacturing company Adapt Pharma, is optimistic that new legislation being heard at the state house will help in the battle against the opioid overdose epidemic. That legislation states that more
By JEN COWART Recently, the Rhodes Elementary School community got a treat for their final day of Reading Week, as one of their very own teachers, Susan Weber and the all-female rock band she's a part of, the Persisters, took to the stage. The audience more
The deadline to apply for public office through the city's Board of Canvassers was Wednesday at 4:00 p.m. As of press time Tuesday, these were the Cranston residents who had filed for public office according to Nick Lima, Cranston registrar: City more
By JEN COWART The students in the fourth grade at Rhodes Elementary School usually choose an area in which they'd like to make an impact before the end of their fourth-grade school year. Last year, students saw their impact on the school community as the more
Raymond Basker, 44, of 85 Burbank St., was arrested by Cranston Police this past week after a violent incident involving him and a male victim at his home on June 19 around 8:49 p.m. Cranston police received a call on the night of June 19 with a report more
Taking flight Four boy scouts in Troop 8 Cranston were recently honored with their Eagle Scout court of honor at the Shepherd of the Valley United Methodist Church. The four scouts are (from left to right) Matt Baker, Jared Santerre, Kevin Hanley and more
The Cranston school department has announced the sponsorship of the Summer Food Service Program for Children during the months of June to September. The service, which is similar to the school lunch and breakfast programs, is designed to provide meals to more
By MERI R. KENNEDY In a sure sign summer is here, Budlong Pool, located at 198 Aqueduct Road, opened this past Monday at noon. Mayor Allan Fung and Tony Liberatore (Director of Parks & Recreation) were on hand on a sunny day to greet the first swimmers more
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