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By ZACHARY DELUCA Located in the heart of Cranston at 50 Rolfe Square, the Artists' Exchange is a creative hub for artists of all ages and interests. In order to build a stronger arts community, the Rhode Island State Council on the Arts (RISCA) has more
Giving help at crucial Crossroads Many children who are in families that are housing unstable move often. Sometimes it is between houses of family friends, sometimes it is to and from shelters, or temporary apartments. A lot of the children have come to more
A total cake walk Pictured is the first-place winning cake from the RI Food Fights Creative Cake Competition at the Biltmore Hotel in Providence. It was designed by Andrea Nadeau of Carina Dolce, located in Cranston, and the contest was part of the more
CCAP and B.GOOD do good This past Monday, Nov. 20, a CCAP Holiday Food Drive was held at B.GOOD in Garden City. Throughout the morning until evening, customers were asked to bring two Thanksgiving meal items on the CCAP list and then the customer would more
By JEN COWART There was an excited buzz at Daniel D. Waterman Elementary school on Nov. 9 as the community gathered together for a unique science night event. Jim Holt and Jaime Nash, two local beekeepers visited the school to share their knowledge of more
By THOMAS GREENBERG Chapel View isn't just geographically located near the middle of Cranston - it's also transformed into a robust shopping and residential center for residents of the city. On Thursday night the Ordinance Committee unanimously approved more
Students shine at Bain talent show CAST PHOTO: Bain Middle School held their 2017 Talent Show on Nov. 17. The evening featured an array of student singers, dancers and musicians. Pictured is the entire cast for the evening. (Herald photos by Steve more
By THOMAS GREENBERG Getting 300 loaded Thanksgiving bags to Cranston residents is no easy matter, but the Comprehensive Community Action Program (CCAP) delivered once again Saturday. So many people showed up when the doors opened at 10:00 a.m. that the more
Holidays are a time for families to rejoice in laughter and reflect on happy memories. The mix of holiday festivities and dementia, however, make for an interesting brew. For families coping with Alzheimer's, the holidays can be bittersweet times, filled more
Sometimes it's a mystery as to who provides the funds for charitable organizations to do what they do. One mystery solved: for the third consecutive year the Pawtucket Credit Union (PCU) has donated a total of $15,000 to food pantries and local more
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