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By MERI R. KENNEDY Neighborhood grant applications due Friday Do you love your neighborhood? Do you and your neighbors want to work together to make it better? OneCranston is pleased to announce its Community Builders small grant program. The purpose of more
By MERI R. KENNEDY Garden City to Celebrate 70 years Garden City Center will celebrate its 70th year on Sept. 26 at the Gazebo from 6 to 8 p.m. Enjoy tasty treats from Garden City Center restaurants and relive the older days with their documentary and more
By MERI R. KENNEDY City summer jobs applications date announced The Parks and Recreation Department will make available summer job applications from April 2 to May 4. Applications will be available for download on the Parks and Recreation website and for more
RI Pre-Kindergarten applications If you have a child who is a Cranston resident and will be four years old by September 1, you may enter your child's name in a lottery to receive one year of free, high-quality preschool education through the Rhode Island more
Tee Par Tee to benefit Brain Injury Association of RI The Brain Injury Association of Rhode Island will hold its first Family Tee Par-Tee, a miniature golf tournament on July 28 at Mulligan's Island, 1000 New London Ave., Cranston. The Brain Injury Tee more
By MERI R. KENNEDY Garden City Shopping Center seeks historic photos Garden City Center is turning 70 in 2018, and a big celebration is being planned for later this year, but they need help from the public. Specifically, Garden City Center is looking for more
Cranston Public Library hosts free safety series The Cranston Family Literacy Collaborative, a joint program of the Cranston Public Library and the Cranston Family Center, and Cranston United Against Violence & Abuse (CUAVA), will hold a four-part more
By MERI R. KENNEDY CCAP Benefit Million Dollar Hole-in-One Comprehensive Community Action Program (CCAP) is calling all golfers from Sept. 3 through 13 to the 13th to the CCAP Million Dollar Hole-in-One Shoot-Out at Harbor Lights along beautiful more
Talking with a friend, the stress of completing her taxes had been evident. I could not commiserate with her because I LOVE doing my taxes, especially with the newer computerized programs that submit on-line. I've always enjoyed working with numbers, and more
The election season of nonsensical marketing, cheap assails on competitors, and forgotten relevant philosophies, is in full gear. What may be lost in the actions exhibited so far is any relative information to real issues. Thus, begging the inevitable more
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