Cranston Credit Card Debt Consolidation 57 Rolfe Sq, Cranston, RI02910 Cranston Credit Card Debt Consolidation is a financial services firm based locally in Cranston. The team of…More professionals help clients simplify payments and make debts easier to pay off. For more information on services, office is best reached at the number provided.
Legal Clinic of Vito L Sciolto 375 Pontiac Ave, Cranston, RI02910 Legal Clinic of Vito L. Sciolto specializes in a wide range of legal issues including estate planning, adoptions,…More divorce, family law, bankruptcy, debt consolidation, financial planning and criminal law. For more information, call the office.
CitiFinancial 180 Midway Rd, Cranston, RI02920 CitiFinancial is the consumer finance division of CitiGroup, a financial services chain with over 2,100 offices in the…More U.S. and Canada. CitiFinancial offers personal loans to qualified borrowers for home improvement, debt consolidation, mortgages, vacations and unexpected expenses to be repaid with interest. CitiFinancial also offers a financial hardship program to find solutions if a customer can not repay their loan or are at risk of missing a payment.
Admirals Bank 815 Reservoir Ave, Cranston, RI02910 Admirals Bank is a local Rhode Island bank that offers free checking accounts as well as savings accounts, vehicle…More loans, debt consolidation, mortgages, home equity loans, retirement planning, new home construction, mortgage refinancing and FHA Title-1 home improvement loans.
American Residential Mortgage Corporation 1140 Reservoir Ave, Cranston, RI02920 American Residential Mortgage Corporation is located inside the Century Plaza Building and has been open over ten years,…More offering mortgage loans to home-owners. This company also offers refinancing and debt consolidation.
Central Library 140 Sockanosset Cross Rd, Cranston, RI02920 The Central Library is the mothership of the city's library system and the best place go for research materials and…More assistance. Cranston libraries have the highest circulation of all public libraries in the state.
The Central Library opened in 1983 to address the city's need for a large, centralized location to administer the city's five other libraries. It also allowed for a consolidated and much larger reference section than what was available at the smaller branches.
What this building makes up for in architectural charm is size. A library-lover's dream, the rows for fiction, nonfiction, teen fiction and children's books seem to never end. The plethora of music and movies available on CD and DVD rival the best music or movie shops. The magazine display is similar to a duty-free newsstand in the gate of an airport. There is ample space to study, plenty of computer terminals, and lots of places to sit and read. Posted signs warn visitors that the library is not a public tutoring place, dissuading a clamorous atmosphere.
Cranston libraries have kept pace with technology. Download stations are available at each library to borrow mp3s, audiobooks and e-books to use on iPads, iPhones and other readers. The same service is offered online, making a vast selection of media available without the trip to and from the library. There's even a mobile app available, making it easy to browse and check the availability of titles from a smartphone.