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By PAM SCHIFF & MERI KENNEDY On Sunday, March 12, approximately 100 people attended the Purim Carnival at Temple Sinai, under the direction of CRAFTY (Cranston Federation of Temple Youth) Rick Cohen was behind the idea and serves as Temple vice more
By JEN COWART Young adult readers love reading Rachel Vail's books centering on middle school and all that goes with it. Recently, the students at Park View Middle School had the opportunity to hear Vail speak, as she made a stop at PVMS on her book tour more
By TESSA ROY Local leaders and advocates gathered at the State House Tuesday to support legislation that would end marijuana prohibition in the state, claiming current policies only hurt Rhode Islanders. Conversation focused on a new report released by more
By JEN COWART The statewide DECA competition took place last week, and the students at the Cranston Area Career and Technical Center were well represented, bringing home more than four dozen medals, nearly 40 of them gold. Those students who medaled at more
One of the best Cranston resident Peter DeFazio was named the Outstanding Educator of the Year by the North Attleboro/Plainville Rotary Club on Monday night. Peter has been a special education teacher at North Attleboro High School for the past 18 more
By MERI R. KENNEDY On March 9 at the Church of the Annunciation, three new Eagle Scouts from Troop 6 Cranston reached the highest honor in scouting. Jared Joseph Farley, Brad Allen Thies and Mark Andrew Williams Jr., all from Cranston, celebrated with more
Together in green Pictured are Mr. and Mrs. Alan and Suzanne Godin as they enjoyed their time at the St. Patrick's Day Luncheon at the Cranston Senior Enrichment Center. They have been married for 48 years. (Cranston Herald photos by Steve Popiel) more
On March 17, a local tradition was held for the Cranston Irish community at the Irish Ceilidhe Club of R.I., located on America Street in Cranston. Throughout the St. Patrick's program, there were a mass, a raffle and a flag-raising, at which time both more
By TESSA ROY Defenders of Animals, Inc., a Rhode Island-based animal rights organization, has recently expressed support for and testified on a number of bills involving animal protection initiatives, ranging from the declawing of cats to the negligent more
By MICHAIAH & ABIGAIL KOJOIAN Chanel was found astray on Pontiac Avenue near Burger King and was brought to the Cranston Animal Shelter. Although she is not a chick or a bunny, the shelter staff and volunteers would love to see her adoption day come more
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