NEWS
Blood supply runs low as donors cancel
Before the New Year the Rhode Island Blood Center announced the region’s third blood emergency of 2021.  As of this week …
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It was a geyser
Motorists were detoured around a section of Wilbur Avenue Sunday afternoon when a waterline burst sending what one police officer …
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Donegan, Marino to seek reelction to council
Incumbent City Council members John Donegan and Jessica Marino have announced they are seeking reelection. Donegan first ran for …
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Police Log 01-20-22
ASSAULT On Jan. 16 at 2:58 p.m., Cranston police arrested Alejandro W. Flanagan, 29, of 46 Washington St., Warren, on charges of …
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Making vaccines canine friendly
FREE COVID-19 VACCINATION CLINIC: Greeting people at the entrance of the William Hall Library auditorium for a vaccination clinic on …
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Animal Talk - Joey
Spunky, smart, playful, fun and adorable! Those are just a few of the words that describe Joey! He is a three year old Terrier …
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Pipe burst closes Arlington Library, senior center
Bursting pipes. Two words no one likes to hear. Around 1:30 p.m. on Jan. 16, an alarm going off in the Cranston Senior Enrichment …
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CPL sees equal attendance in virtual and in-person events
Anyone looking at the Cranston Public Library’s event calendar will find that the Central Library and its branches are not …
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District 24 picks up part of EG in latest redistricitng map
Since first running and being elected as the State Representative for District 24 in 2016, Evan Shanley has branded his campaign as …
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Edgewood Cheese Shop unveils 2022 cheese and chocolate platter for Valentine's Day
Edgewood Cheese Shop has once again created a platter so that couples can celebrate Valentine's Day at home. Their Cheese & …
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Cold lunches not an option at elementary schools
Cranston Public Schools announced during the week of Jan. 10, that the district’s food service, Aramark, decided to omit the …
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CHSE/CACTC Criminal Justice Program hosts law enforcement seminar
On Jan. 6, the criminal justice Career and Technical Pathways Program housed at Cranston High School East hosted a half-day Criminal …
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