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The Cranston Herald’s Athlete of the Week is Cranston-East Greenwich girls hockey co-op forward Sofia Nardelli. The freshman standout, who currently leads the team with eight goals on the … more
Every year a RI tradition of affordable family fun and entertainment comes back and continues to amaze all as the Cranston Sports Card Show™ emerges once again as North America’s oldest … more
The Cranston Herald’s Athlete of the Week is West swimmer Alexander Tremblay, who put on a show on Monday night in the Falcons’ win over Mt. Hope. Tremblay took first place in the 200 and … more
FROM STAFF REPORTS The Cranston West swim teams split their meeting with Mt. Hope on Monday night as the boys won 56-38 and the girls lost 54-40. Here are some of the results from the … more
The Rhode Island Interscholastic League Indoor Track and Field Girls Division Championships were held last weekend in Providence and many locals shined as they continue to gear up for the home … more
The Cranston East boys basketball team continues to rebuild its program this winter and entered the week with a 2-10 record in Division I. The Bolts most recently took on Smithfield over the … more
Here we are, halfway through the winter season. It always sneaks up on us and the winter is always the wackiest season. Between the holiday break in December, postponements due to weather, … more
Join the free online workshop titled ‘Recreational Fishing and Offshore Wind Energy: Understanding the Changing Behavior’ on Wednesday, Feb. 7, 5 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.(EST). Webinar … more
The Cranston East boys basketball team got back into the win column with a 49-48 win over East Greenwich on Monday night. Albert Kesse led the way with 20 points to pace the East offense while Darien … more
Over the last handful of years, Cranston native Jonathan Joel has been suiting up for the men’s basketball team at Curry College, who have been hovering around the .500 mark this winter in a … more
The shipping, boating, commercial and recreational fishing industries have asked NOAA Fisheries and partners to identify new and better ways to track and avoid collisions with all large ocean … more
The Cranston East boys swim team cruised past North Providence 54-24 last week while the girls fell 60-20. Max Schleifer, Cohen Brinker, Jayden Symonds and Manuel Baez won the 200 medley relay while … more
By PETE FONTAINE The late Richard D. “Ricky” Salzillo, a one-time basketball standout, musician and singer, will be remembered on Sunday, Feb. 4 during one of Rhode Island’s … more
The Pilgrim boys basketball team held off Cranston West to pick up a big 52-50 win on Monday night as the two clubs continue to battle for playoff positioning in Division II. Neither team led by more … more
The Cranston-EG-Scituate girls hockey co-op is gearing up for the back half of its regular season schedule and is hoping to get in the win column by season’s end. The rebuilding team has a … more
The Cranston Herald’s Athlete of the Week is West senior wrestler Andrew Alchihed. After suffering a knee injury in the state finals last winter, Alchihed is back and ready to contend for a … more
NOAA Fisheries announced the annual opening of a Seasonal Management Area (SMA) in Cape Cod Bay to protect North Atlantic right whales starting on January 1, 2024 to May 15, 2024. All vessels 65 feet … more
Last week marked the end of perhaps the greatest era in professional football history as the New England Patriots and head coach Bill Belichick parted ways after 24 years together. You all have … more
Senior Anna Vygoder (Lincoln, R.I.) finished second in both the 50-yard breaststroke (33.41) and the 100-yard breaststroke (1:14.08) as the Rhode Island College women’s swimming team split a … more
The Cranston Herald’s Athlete of the Week is East basketball captain Mya Jiminez. The senior standout has had a big campaign for the Bolts this winter as she has averaged 24 points per game. … more
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