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Gas prices pause as demand softens
Northeast gasoline prices are taking a pit stop as demand remains soft and continues to track below year-ago levels.  At the same time, regional gasoline inventories increased by more than …
LEGISLATOR LOST: Sen. Frank Lombardo III, 65, passed away early Wednesday morning, Feb. 21. The Democrat representing District 25 (Johnston) in the Rhode Island State Senate, was first elected to the seat in November 2010.
Johnston state Senate seat to remain vacant through November
Johnston’s primary seat in the state Senate will stay empty until after the November election. Sen. Frank Lombardo III, a Democrat representing District 25 (Johnston) since 2010, died …
Zeus
Zeus
Meet Zeus! This little adorable guy has so much to offer but he really needs a very specific type of home. You see poor Zeus has had some trauma in his past so he will need an adult only home with …
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Weekend Spotlight Until March 1, 2024 Community Builders Grant Program   OneCranston HEZ's Community Connectors Committee is pleased to continue our Community Builders Grant Program. …
AVA: Andrea Moreno sits with her daughter Ava, after whom her café was named. (Photos by Tim McFate)
Humans of Cranston: Andrea Moreno
Humans of Cranston is a recurring column showcasing the stories of Cranston community members’ community involvement, diversity, and unique life perspectives. Andrea Moreno is the owner of …
Mayor Hopkins Signs on In Support of National Children’s Dental Health Month
Mayor Ken Hopkins this week signed a proclamation and announced city-wide support for the Rhode Island Dental Association’s celebration of February as National Children’s Dental Health …
Cranston City Council Unanimously Passes “PayDay” Lending Ordinance
On Monday, February 26, the Cranston City Council unanimously approved an ordinance to regulate short-term lenders, also known as “PayDay” lenders.  The ordinance was …
LEGISLATOR LOST: Sen. Frank Lombardo III, 65, passed away early Wednesday morning, Feb. 21. The Democrat representing District 25 (Johnston) in the Rhode Island State Senate, was first elected to the seat in November 2010. (Photo courtesy RI State Senate)
Johnston state Senate seat to remain vacant through November
Johnston’s primary seat in the state Senate will stay empty until after the November election. Sen. Frank Lombardo III, a Democrat representing District 25 (Johnston) since 2010, died …
THE WHOLE PARTY: Everyone in attendance, including Notarianni’s sizeable family, all stand together for a photo.
Jamming with the Notarianni’s for a one-hundredth birthday
Beatrice Notarianni is one-hundred years old, and going strong! She celebrated her birthday at Alpine Country Club on February 10 with her four children, six grandkids, and ten great-grandchildren in …
SCAVENGERS: The would-be survivors had to make do with what they could find at sea as their ship went down. (Photos by Steve Popiel)
Kids at Central library asked ‘Would you Survive?’
At Cranston Central Libary over the weekend, kids put their survival know-how to the test in the ‘Would You Survive’ challenge! Event-goers were quizzed on what to do in disasters such as …
OneCranston Health Equity Zone at CCAP
We work to create a healthier, happier Cranston for all residents through events, workshops, resident-led working groups and The Huddle Center, our Cranston Family Support Center. LGBTQ+ Family …
FULL HOUSE: Members of the Rhode Island House of Representatives and Rhode Island Military Organization (RIMO) pose with a ceremonial check for $20,000.
$20K legislative grant is largest for state military organization
The Rhode Island Military Organization (RIMO) Lounge at the Rhode Island T.F. Green International Airport  was packed with  state representatives Thursday along with a check large in both …