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Church window broken with rock Police are investigating after a nearly century-old stained glass window at an Edgewood church was broken with a rock. According to Cranston Police Maj. Todd Patalano, maintenance staff at St. Paul Church, located at 1789 more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE A city man who police say has a lengthy criminal history is facing drug and weapons charges after a search of his home last week uncovered cocaine and a loaded handgun. Lorenzo Evans, 45, of 2 Red Robin Drive, Cranston, was arraigned more
It started out as an annual mission trip to Blessed Assurance orphanage in Montego Bay, Jamaica – one that teens, along with adult missionaries, have been taking since 2008 through the Teens on a … more
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During conversations with residents in the months before and since winning the Ward 3 seat on the City Council, John Donegan says one particular issue has come up frequently – the presence of … more
As part of a statewide initiative spurred by federal requirements, motorists will soon see new exit numbers along routes 10 and 37. Charles St. Martin, spokesman for the Rhode Island Department of … more
On Saturday, Feb. 4, collectors and dealers from around the region gathered at the West Valley Inn for the 36th annual Cranston Sports Collectors Show, which is run by the St. Joseph’s Men’s … more
The processional parade left St. Mary’s Church at approximately 11 a.m. this past Sunday, the final day of the 107th annual Feast & Festival of the Madonna Della Civita, which was conducted in … more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE Daniel Parrillo's resume is filled with leadership experience. He served as deputy chief of the Johnston Police Department for more than four years before joining the administration of Cranston Mayor Allan Fung in 2017. Late last more
The Narragansett Council, Boy Scouts of America, hosted the annual Scoutreach Service Awards Luncheon at Bryant University on Nov. 15. The annual luncheon honors outstanding service by an … more
There was a large police presence at the Walmart on Plainfield Pike Saturday, but nothing was amiss. Just the opposite – all was very well. The Cranston Police Department and the Cranston YMCA … more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE Increased veto authority for the mayor's office, a new requirement to maintain a minimum balance in the city's rainy day" fund and a reduced cap on property tax increases are among the charter amendments being proposed by Mayor Allan" more
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