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The following Cranston West students were named to the honor roll for the fourth quarter: Grade 12 Highest Honors Brett Bucci, Christopher Dodd, Anita Fang, Shannon Feng, Briana Fernandes, Lily Hamin, Lily Janigian, Aram Joharjian, Lauren Knasin, Alice more
Representatives from the Providence Children’s Film Festival held an interactive filmmaking workshop at the Cranston Public Library’s central location last week for the library’s latest “Teen … more
Recently, Anthony Marrapese was asked to host an event for the airing of a “Tuesday’s Child” segment for Channel 10. The boy, Charlie, was looking for a forever family and visited Marrapese’s … more
The Back to School Celebration Steering Committee invites you to join us as an Exhibitor at the 18th Annual Back to School Celebration on Saturday, Aug. 19 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. This year's celebration will be hosted at twelve community sites located in more
First time for everything On the left, 1-year-old Sienna Troia leans in with dad David to touch the statue of the Madonna at the St. Mary's Feast Parade on Sunday. Mom Jessica joined them, as it was Sienna's first-ever St. Mary's Feast. For more more
Orlando Hernandez and Maria Rosado dazzled as the lead characters in Trinity Repertory Company’s production of Romeo and Juliet at Roger Williams Park on Thursday. The production was part of a … more
By PAM SCHIFF For the past 11 years, the Cranston Public Libraries' Auburn branch has been providing books and other library materials to homebound patrons through the Books@Home program. Started back in the mid-'90s, the program was originally more
By PAM SCHIFF The children who attended the July 17 performance of World Music and Dance at Central Library had the chance to channel their inner hula spirits. Lola Motta from World Dance and Music Center, entertained the children with dance and more
By PAM SCHIFF In their quest for a cleaner, greener way to clear out weeds, underbrush and poison ivy, the Central Library took a page from the East Greenwich Animal Protection League and hired Laurel Hill MicroFarm's Herd of Hope to clear out the more
By MICHAIAH & ABIGAIL KOJOIAN The only word to describe this cat is sweet. She was found outside but is now ready to be a house cat. The day before her picture was taken for this article, she was spayed and although her incision was fresh, she didn't more
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