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CITY OF CRANSTON PUBLIC HEARING Public hearing will be held @ City Hall in the Council Chambers, 869 Park Ave. Cranston, RI, on the following date, relative to the granting of a liquor license … more
The No. 9 Cranston West girls soccer team fell to No. 1 La Salle 3-0 in the Division I quarterfinals last week. The two teams had a tight battle in the opening half, however, the Rams would score a goal in the final minute of the period to take the 1-0 more
The No. 2 Cranston East girls soccer team worked past Providence Country Day 3-1 in the Division III quarterfinals at Cranston Stadium last week. Despite controlling the possession battle for the opening few minutes, the Lady Bolts would fall behind 1-0 more
By RYAN D. MURRAY The Cranston West Falcons ousted the Shea Raiders from the Division I Football playoffs after beating them 34-14 on Saturday night at Cranston Stadium during the quarterfinal round. The Falcons offense was led by junior Cam Alves, who more
The Cranston West unified volleyball team topped Central Falls last Sunday at Johnson and Wales to claim the state championship crown. The Falcons flew high throughout the entire season, topping some of the best clubs in the state. Cranston West coach more
Texas Roadhouse invites veterans and active members of U.S. military across the country to enjoy free lunch on Sunday, November 11. For the eighth year, every Texas Roadhouse location across the country including those in East Greenwich and Cranston will more
To the Editor: With the increase in incidents of an active shooter, there is now an immediate need for improved means of life safety in all places of public assembly. These should include but not limited to: places of worship, shopping malls, casinos, more
By PAM SCHIFF At its 39th installation ceremony, the Cranston Hall of Fame increased its ranks to 197 inductees. These men and women all contributed to their communities and professions, leaving an indelible mark. While their careers and lives have taken more
By JEN COWART On November 4, members of the Cranston Interfaith Clergy Association gathered with several local parishioners as Michelle McKenzie, Diego Arene-Morley and Lisa Castore presented an information session about opioid addiction, overdose and more
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