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Here are the highlights from news and events that took place in the General Assembly last week. For more information on any of these items visit Senate OKs Sosnowski bill to ban gender discrimination in insurance more
Do you like history? Enjoy looking at beautiful things? Need some outdoor time? If you answered yes to any of these questions, join the Warwick Commission on Historical Cemeteries as they clean and spruce up Brayton Cemetery in Apponaug on Saturday April more
By PAM SCHIFF This year marks the 65th anniversary of Yom Hashoah, the commemoration of the victims and heroes of the Holocaust. Services and ceremonies took place this week in Cranston, across Rhode Island and around the world with the message of more
This past Saturday, the Blended and Personalized Learning Conference (BPLC18) hosted a thousand educators at the Providence Convention Center to explore technology integration into instruction. As part of the conference, student work in technology was more
By KATY DORCHIES Cranston Public Library The Cranston Public Library's Central Branch held its first ever Cambodian culture event Saturday, April 7 to commence National Library Week from April 7 to April 14. More than 60 people were in attendance. The more
By MERI R. KENNEDY The Tomorrow Fund, the only local non-profit organization that helps children with cancer, held its 16th Annual Stroll on Sunday in Garden City. The Stroll began at 10 a.m. and was organized by a committee of volunteers and parents of more
House Majority Leader K. Joseph Shekarchi is encouraging high school seniors to apply for the PrepareRI Internship program, a paid internship to provide valuable work preparation and skills. The program, which is a partnership between the Governor's more
By THOMAS GREENBERG After months of pushing the vote off, the planning commission last week voted 4-3 in favor of recommending a change to the comprehensive plan that would allow Cumberland Farms to build at the corner of Park and Warwick Avenues. Five more
MERI R. KENNEDY Temple Sinai held a Trivia Night on April 7. A light supper with a variety of veggie pizzas, calzones and salad were served. Dessert and coffee was prepared by volunteers and the event was BYOB with in-house babysitting available. More more
By PAM SCHIFF The Cranston libraries kicked off its Golden Jubilee to celebrate their 50th birthday with a special ceremony last Thursday dedicating the program room to their first-ever director, Jim Giles. During the reception period, a special power more
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