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The cranes stand at attention — sharp, pointed monoliths of “progress.” The metal skeleton has taken shape, forming the profile of what promises to be the largest building ever constructed in Rhode Island. Amazon has refused to give tours of the construction site looming on Johnston’s horizon. more
During the yard sale held at Cranston High School East on April 30, Randy Burt Jr. of Tree of Life Chain Saw Carvings carved a class logo for the Class of 2023 as a gift and demonstrated his skills … more
She was a hero, a movie star and a mutt. Ruby lived a full life and saved the lives of others. The Rhode Island State Police have announced the passing of K-9 Ruby, age 11 … more
Summer is almost here and Cheyenne is looking to add some fun to your life by joining you in all of your fun activities! She is playful, loving and so deserving all of all the good things life has to … more
By EMMA BARTLETT Three more Cranstonians have announced their run for City Council. Councilman Richard Campopiano will run as a republican for Ward 4, School Committee Chair Daniel Wall will run … more
By EMMA BARTLETT Six years ago, Sue Babin, 70, got the call on a Friday night at 5:30. Within an hour, DCYF dropped off a young girl with one set of PJs and two outfits to her house in Gloucester. … more
In April of 2016, during Autism Awareness Month, members of the Cranston Police Department were trained to recognize autism symptoms and how to interact successfully with people who are on the autism … more
By EMMA BARTLETT Goodbye diesel and welcome electric. This week, RIPTA’s R-Line -- which runs from Providence to Pawtucket -- switched from diesel run buses to an electric fleet as part of … more
Mayor Ken Hopkins officially welcomed Cornerstone Café to Rolfe Square on May 9 – the site was formerly Character’s Café. The new business is open on weekdays for breakfast … more
WARRANT Around 10:30 p.m. on May 12, while working a fixed post at the Bel-Air Motor Inn, 2154 Hartford Ave., Johnston Police observed a red Dodge Nitro exit the parking lot without an inspection … more
By EMMA BARTLETT City Council met Monday night at Mayor Ken Hopkins’ request for the reconsideration of the FY 2023 capital budget and tax levy; the council unanimously approved both … more
John and Beverly Caparco each had strong ties both to the city of Cranston and to Cranston High School East. Beverly, who passed away last summer, was born in Cranston and not only attended Cranston … more
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