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By JEN COWART Students from across the state, including several from Cranston and Warwick, will take the stage this weekend for the Rhode Island Youth Theatre summer camp's performances of Beauty and the Beast." The performers agree that their" more
Visual artists who dream of having the resources to push their craft to the next level have until Aug. 19 to apply for $25,000 fellowships from the Rhode Island Foundation. The grants are considered to be among the largest no-strings-attached awards more
Celebrating the first year Van Eeghen's Pharmacy at 650 Oaklawn Ave. celebrated its one-year anniversary on July 14. The local, family-owned pharmacy is handling three times the number of prescriptions it had projected for its first year. Pictured are more
Help is coming for people who are homeless. The Rhode Island Foundation is giving the Comprehensive Community Action Program (CCAP) in Cranston $75,000 to offer medical and dental care. Developing an inclusive primary care system that promotes healthy" more
Burger King heist investigated Police continue to investigate a robbery that occurred just after midnight on July 26 at the Burger King on Reservoir Avenue. Maj. Todd Patalano said staff members at the restaurant were preparing to close for the night more
On Tuesday, Aug. 6, Cranston will join thousands of other cities and town across the United States to promote safety, wellness, strengthen the police community partnership and rejuvenate community spirit by participating in the nationwide annual more
By MERI R. KENNEDY Mayor's Pool Day The Budlong Pool will be closing for the season on Aug. 16, but Mayor Allan Fung invites residents to attend the annual Mayor's Pool Day on Aug. 17 from noon to 2 p.m. Admission to the pool will be free, and more
Day of honor Family members of Olindo Luigi Izzo, along with local and state officials, gathered recently for a presentation of medals the late World War II veteran earned during his service to the nation. Izzo - who passed away in 1985 and would have more
By JEN COWART Since just before the conclusion of the school year, construction has been proceeding on the intermediate wing of Eden Park Elementary School. According to Ed Collins, chief of facilities management and capital projects for Cranston Public more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE The theft of funds from the campaign accounts of Cranston Mayor Allan Fung and Secretary of State Nellie Gorbea may have resulted from a failure to redact routing and account numbers from a 2018 election report, the state's Board of more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE Action on the proposed lease of a city-owned property off Phenix Avenue to a company seeking to place a cell phone tower at the location has been delayed, while members of the community are being invited to walk the site this weekend. more
DOMESTIC CHARGES On July 21 at 6:42 p.m., police arrested Andrea Arnold, 26, 47 Bridge St., Apt. 3, East Greenwich, on a charge of domestic disorderly conduct. On July 21 at 8:26 p.m., police arrested Wendy Iglesias, 24, 13 Sprague Ave., Apt. 2, more
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