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By JEN COWART Cranston High School West senior Kailyn D'Elena was recently notified that she won first place in the Wickford Art Association's prestigious art competition. The recognition has earned D'Elena $2,500 as well as a booth in the equally more
By JEN COWART Art representing every school across the city is now on display for the Cranston Public Schools' citywide visual arts exhibition at the Central Library in Cranston. The opening reception for ArtsFest 2018 took place Monday night from 6:00 more
The following students have earned honors at Western Hills Middle School for the second quarter. Grade 8 High Honors Juliana Bucci, Angelica Bueno, Samantha DeRuosi, Sydney DeRuosi, Pasquale DeSimone, Dan Do, Victoria Furman, Stephanie Huayta, Alexia more
On March 10, families were invited to the Summer Camp Open House at Artists' Exchange, located at 50 Rolfe Sq., to learn more about the various music, ceramics, theater and art camps which run throughout the summer months. This well-attended Open House more
By JEN COWART Alexis Bouchard, a senior pre-engineering student at Davies Career and Technical School, became interested in engineering at a young age. In fact, it was approximately at the age of the girls she is now teaching beginner physics, robotics more
Rep. Joseph M. McNamara (D-Dist. 19, Warwick, Cranston) has introduced legislation that would create a Student Loan Bill of Rights. The act (2018-H 7881) would authorize the creation of the position of student loan ombudsman within the office of the more
Grade 6 High Honors Vineet Abbineni, Natalia Awwad, Lily Buco, Alex Ceseretti, Ethan Chin, Danielle DeSocio, Lila Dohoney, Devin Exter, Jayden Falcone, Nathanael Feret, Jake Greene, Marco Ialongo, Trenton Kiernan, Julia Kopsick, Julia Lane, Nathaniel more
By JEN COWART On Monday, March 19, there were lines out the door at local bakeries as Rhode Islanders lined up in droves to get their zeppole. A zeppole is a traditional, cream-filled pastry topped with powdered sugar and a cherry, which can either be more
By THOMAS GREENBERG Emergency medical personnel, local politicians, and the commissioner of the Federal Communications Commission all converged on Cranston Central Library Monday night for a summit on diversion of state funds from the 911 call center, more
By JEN COWART After an intense weekend of both hosting the Rhode Island Drama Festival and performing in it, the cast, crew and directors of Cranston West's Still Life With Iris" were thrilled to find out that they were one of two schools chosen to" more
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