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Legacy on display Cranston High School East welcomed Mixed Magic Theatre's Ricardo Pitts-Wiley and musician Kim Trusty to its auditorium stage on Tuesday morning for a special performance of Martin Luther King Jr.'s "e;Letter from Birmingham Jail."e; Music more
Celebration of suffrage In celebration of the 100th anniversary of the Rhode Island General Assembly's ratification of the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, the General Federation of Women's Clubs Rhode Island hosted a special program during its more
By PAM SCHIFF For most people, there are few greater highlights in life than welcoming a new baby into their lives. Along with the cooing, smiles and joy, however, come stress, exhaustion and lots of questions. Parents, especially first-timers, aren't more
First exhibition On Jan. 11, Jean Colaneri held her first art exhibition at Dragonfly Studio in Cranston. Approximately 50 people were in attendance and Colaneri sold several of her paintings. The owner of Dragonfly Studio, Paula Taylor, worked with more
1070 Cranston St. 780-6000 Book Club Tuesday, Jan. 28 at 10:30 a.m. Come and join our Book Club. We meet monthly. This month we are reading "e;Color of Water"e; by James McBride. It is a black man's tribute to his white mother, the autobiography and memoir more
Seven Stars welcomed On Dec. 2, Mayor Allan Fung welcomed Seven Stars Bakery to its new location at 1255 Reservoir Ave. with an official ribbon-cutting ceremony. Pictured with the mayor are manager Cara Mouradjian and co-owners Tracy and Bill Dougherty. more
By JEN COWART Special to the Herald At Sunday afternoon's Scholastic Art & Writing Awards ceremony and art gallery opening, three-dozen awards were given to Cranston Public Schools art students. The 36 awards included Gold Key, Silver Key and Honorable more
By JOHN HOWELL Food brings people together, and that's just what Florence Spenard and Ken Gilbert had in mind when they spoke with Chef Steven Versacci of the Cranston Area Career and Technical Center last year. And it was people that Versacci was more
Letting it slide Although only a few of inches of snow fell Saturday night, by 10 a.m. on Sunday a number of sledders were having fun sliding down the hill at Cranston High School West. (Herald photos by Steve Popiel) 1 OFF TO A GREAT START: Philip more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE "e;Have fun, get stuff done."e; That's the slogan fueling Adam Carbone, who said he is planning a long-shot - and self-described "e;outside-the-box"e; - campaign for mayor this year. "e;It's a fresh take on everything . I have no political more
Lawmakers host governor for State of the State address Gov. Gina M. Raimondo delivered her annual State of the State address to lawmakers, saying she is optimistic about the future, and that a bright future depends on making investments in education and more
By By MERI R. KENNEDY Memory loss presentations The Cranston Senior Enrichment Center, located at 1070 Cranston St., will host "e;Memory Loss: The Basics"e; on Wednesday, Jan. 29, at 10 a.m. with presenter Doreen Montaquila. Is it dementia or simple age more
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