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Cranston is located in central Rhode Island. The city was established in 1754 as the town of Providence began expanding. Cranston was incorporated in 1910. It is home to the first auto race track in the country, Narragansett Park, which opened in 1886. Luminox, a watch manufacturing company that uses tritium to illuminate the hands and numerals of its watches, is headquartered in Cranston. These watches were originally designed for the US Navy SEALs.
Local Newspapers: Brown Daily Herald Federal Hill Gazette
Local Sports Teams: Pawtucket Red Sox Providence Bruins
Local Colleges: Rhode Island College
Zip Codes associated with cranston, rhode island:
02905 02907 02910 02920 02921
Towns/Cities near cranston, rhode island : Providence Silver Lake Thornton Meshanticut Auburn South Elmwood Oaklawn
Gov. urges Rhode Islanders to stay off roads as storm intensifies
Governor Gina Raimondo is urging all Rhode Islanders to stay off of the roads as this March storm intensifies. She provided a briefing from the Rhode Island Emergency Management Agency in Cranston Tuesday morning.Steamship Society to serve first class treatment, French cuisine at ocean liner dinner
GRAND ROOM AT SEA: The longest room ever to go to sea , the first class dining room was covered with backlit glass panels, 16-foot-tall Lalique glass towers, an illuminated coffer ceiling and two gorgeous chandeliers.News | MA School Employee Admits to Visiting RI to Engage in Illicit...
A Massachusetts school employee admitted to traveling to Rhode Island with the intent to engage in illicit sexual activity with a 15-year-old girl. He was arrested on July 12, 2016, after he traveled to Cranston expecting to meet with and engage in illicit sexual conduct with the 15-year-old, with whom he had been communicating on the Internet and via text messages.School employee admits to child solicitation charge
A Massachusetts school employee is admitting to traveling to Rhode Island to solicit sexual activity with a 15-year-old girl. U.S. Attorney Stephen Dambruch says 29-year-old Alexander Viola said in federal court that he intended to meet the girl in Cranston, RI in 2016 after having conversations via text and on the internet of a sexual nature.Technic joins distribution partner Galber for Surface Finishing Mexico 2018
Cranston RI Technic, along with its Mexican distribution partner Galber, will be participating in the upcoming Surface Finishing Mexico Exhibition Technic will be taking part in the technical conference portion of the program with a presentation on Bright Acid Tin Troubleshooting Tips and New Developments by George Federman, Technic's Vice President for Product Development. Mexican Association for Surface Finishing , a non-profit industrial association committed to the promotion of the surface finishing and coating industries.Live Videos | LIVE: TinTown Studio Provides A Space For Art Education & Inspiration
"TinTown Studio is physically small in size but packed with the power to inspire and educate those that visit the space," says TinTown Studio owner Paul Carpentier. Carpentier and his partner Dennis DelSignore own the teaching studio and progressive gallery space, TinTown Studio in the Knightsville area of Cranston.Politics | RI Loses 200 Jobs in January, Fung Blasts Raimondo's Performance
According to the RI Department of Labor and Training, estimated nonfarm payroll in Rhode Island totaled 497,700 in January, down 200 from the December number of 497,900. The number of employed RI residents was 531,500, an increase of 400 from the December number of 531,100.Hendricken students get a jump on summer...and a job
HIGH LEVEL OF INTEREST: Nick Golda, operations manager and Sue Stenhouse, director of partnership development and community outreach at Mulligan's Island filled more than two pages with the names of students interested in summer jobs.Shirley Shapiro
Shirley Shapiro, 85, died Saturday, March 3, 2018 at RI Hospital. She was the beloved wife of the late Stanley Tolchinsky and Harold Shapiro, and longtime companion of Stanley "Babe" Greenstein of Warwick.2 candidates for Rhode Island governor sling insults
Independent candidate Joe Trillo, a former Republican lawmaker, tells WPRO-AM on Tuesday that Republican Allan Fung is a chameleon and will do and say whatever he needs to get along. Trillo says Fung, who's mayor of Cranston, "stands for nothing."The safest schools have no guns in them
The Cranston City Council, after waffling over a request to the legislature to keep guns out of our schools, has decided it now has the answers to keeping our children safe.RI Lottery building catches fire
Cranston Fire officials told ABC6 News that crews responded to the building on Pontiac Ave around 6:06 p.m. Upon arrival, it was discovered that a bird nest under a light had caught fire, sending smoke inside and tripping alarms.A dinner time to talk, listen about Rhode Island
Have you felt underrepresented or even outright ignored by your community or by your elected officials? Have you felt as though your voice or opinions don't matter? The Rhode Island Foundation is giving you a chance to have your voice be heard at a series of community dinners from March 21 through May 5 all throughout the state.A full house honors Joe Galluci's community serrvice
He has served the community in many roles. He is a board member of the Kent County Water Authority and, between terms on the City Council, he served as the clerk of the Warwick Board of Canvassers and Director of Human Services he held both jobs at the same time.Cranston Police arrest two on several drug charges
According to Cranston Police, Henry E. Recinos, 39, of Farmington Ave, and John Oliveira, 58, of Westport, Massachusetts, were arrested. Recinos had been under surveillance for some time, police said.R.I. bill would impose fee for accessing online porn
Rhode Island residents will have to pay a $20 fee to access sexually explicit content online if a recently introduced bill passes the General Assembly this session. A bill introduced by Sen. Frank Ciccone, D-Providence, and Sen. Hanna Gallo, D-Cranston, on Thursday would require Internet providers to digitally block "sexual content and patently offensive material."Politics | Guest MINDSETTERa Gardiner: Craft Beer, Libel, and GOP...
It's hard to believe, but as reported in GoLocalProv, local business Revival Brewing Company, by its manager, Sean Larkin, publicly defamed and denounced some innocent customers as "racist and "white supremacist" earlier this week and refused them service. Well, it turns out, as part of Larkin's apology, his post-apology complaint was not "racism" or "white supremacy" but rather his worry that a bunch of mostly young Reagan Republicans were going to be "crushing Progressives" while lustily drinking craft brew.March Nor'Easter
Flood Warning : The Pawtuxet River in Cranston is already under a flood warning, expected to peak sometime late Saturday into Sunday morning. Expected to reach moderate flood levels.Bruneau & Co. is seeking quality consignments for its May 12th Pop...
Bruneau & Co. Auctioneers is seeking quality consignments for its first-ever sale dedicated entirely to Pop Culture, Street Art, Urban Art and Unusual Art.News | Bomb Cyclone Could Hammer RI Friday and Saturday
Pick your name -- "bomb cyclone," "snow hurricane" or "bombogenesis" -- the names are all ominous and this storm may meet the hype. Snow, flooding and near hurricane winds are all expected to hit from Friday thru Saturday.
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