Cranston more populous than Warwick for first time since 1950
Recently released data from the United States Census Bureau shows Warwick is officially no longer the second most populous city in Rhode Island, being officially surpassed by Cranston. The data reflects population estimates as of July 1, 2017 and shows Cranston is estimated to have 81,202 people, versus 80,871 in Warwick. Numbers show that Warwick’s population has dropped by 1,801 since 2010, while Cranston has increased 815 since the last official nationwide census. Acting M
New Physical Therapist in Midtown
Mayor Allan Fung cut the ceremonial ribbon on May 18 to welcome Arancia Physical Therapy, LLC, owned by physical therapist Jessica Papa, who joined in the ceremony. They are located at 190 Midway Road (Garden City) and offer myofascial release, craniosacral therapy, women’s health, therapeutic exercise, and dry needling, which is a new treatment for muscle, nerve and connective tissue pain. Dry needling, which is not acupuncture, is based on neuro-anatomy. For more informatio
How Sweet It Is
Now open is Cayla, a new Guatemalan bakery located at 100 Dyer Ave. in Cranston. Mayor Allan Fung officially welcomed the new business and owner Marvin Lopez to the Cranston community. The bakery specializes in Guatemalan treats and sweets, which are mixed with American flair. The ribbon cutting took place on May 10, which was also Mother’s Day in Guatemala.