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Rhode Island College bestowed 1,493 undergraduate degrees and 305 graduate degrees during its 2015 commencement ceremonies on May 16. Among the graduates were a number of Cranston … more
Rhodes on the Pawtuxet celebrated its 100th anniversary on Aug. 18 with a night of food, music and dancing. Local favorites such as the Tommy Rotando Ensemble, Mike Dutra & The Strictly Sinatra … more
On June 25, family and friends gathered at Cranston Country Club for the 18th annual Michael J. Palmer Memorial Golf Tournament. This year, organizers were able to donate $10,000 in Mike’s memory … more
1070 Cranston St. 401-780-6000 Please follow us on Twitter (@cranstonsenior) and like our Facebook page Health Care Power of Attorney Clinic Thursday, Aug. 27, 10 a.m. to … more
Students should be at stop 5 minutes before pick-up time. CRANSTON EAST NO. TIME STOPS 1 7:00 Montgomery & Broad, Montgomery & Dennis, Narragansett Blvd. & Bay View Ave.(corner of … more
HAPPY CAMPER: Delia Lockwood, 7, participated in …
When a new kiln is fired for the first time, it is considered as having been “born,” and it is tradition to name it. One new kiln was “born” on Aug. 14, and was thus named “Friday” by … more
A VIEW FROM LAST YEAR: Pictured are the running …
The Gloria Gemma Breast Cancer Resource Foundation has announced changes to the 10th anniversary of the Flames of Hope Celebration. The two-day gathering, the largest breast cancer awareness event … more
Angler Charlie Prisco of Warwick (center) along …
The Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission (ASMFC) makes regulations for many of the commercial and recreational fish species caught in Rhode Island.. Tautog is one of these species and the … more
JILL AND BILL: Jill and Bill always say that the …
On Aug. 23, Jill and Bill Caldarone of Cranston spent their 71st wedding anniversary with family and friends at the West Valley Inn. The two first met at Central High School, and were married on … more
ANYTHING FOR JACK: Team Jack Attack poses for a …
This year marked the third time Team Jack Attack walked in Goddard Park to help raise awareness and funds for Autism. Jack Kelleher, an 11-year-old sixth-grader from Cranston, was diagnosed with … more
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