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By ETHAN HARTLEY A push to legalize recreational marijuana could be coming to Rhode Island before the end of the legislative session this summer, but many have concerns about being able to prevent and catch people from driving while high... more
By JEN COWART On Friday afternoon, Cranston High School West was celebrated as a Special Olympics Unified Champion School. A banner marking the distinction was unveiled during a pep rally and ceremony that included current students, staff, honored guests more
Choose to include On April 26, Cranston High School East held a pep rally for its Special Olympics athletes ahead of a weekend competition held in Middletown. It has been more than 20 years since Cranston East had a Special Olympics team. The squad is more
By JEN COWART On April 10, the final meeting of the Cranston Education Advisory Board for this year took place at the Cranston Area Career and Technical Center housed on the Cranston High School West campus. CEAB is a School Committee-mandated more
1070 Cranston St. 780-6000 Open Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Mother's Day Luncheon Friday, May 10 at 11:30 a.m. Suggested donation: $3 This special celebration for all women will include entertainment from Voices of" more
By MERI R. KENNEDY Donna O'Neil is a young breast cancer survivor from Johnston who took part in the Our Heroes Fashion Show" to benefit the Gloria Gemma Breast Cancer Resource Foundation at Rhodes on the Pawtuxet this past Saturday night. Timed to" more
Sako's welcomed Mayor Allan Fung recently welcomed Sako's Pizza, located at 823 Reservoir Ave., to the local business community with an official ribbon-cutting ceremony. Sako's features a wide variety of pizzas, calzones, grinders and appetizers and more
By KELLSIE KING On May 11, a Cranston family whose son has cystic fibrosis will be participating in the Great Strides walk, which raises awareness for the condition and supports the work of the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. The walk is taking place at more
By PAM SCHIFF Not many people are aware that May 1 is National Principal's Day. But the PTG at Oak Lawn Elementary School didn't want to miss the opportunity to show how much they appreciate and respect their principal, Jim Zanfini. I was completely" more
By JEN COWART This year, the students and teachers at several schools across the city will benefit from a Spark Grant from the Rhode Island Foundation, which was funded by philanthropists Letitia and the late John Carter. According to a statement from more
By JEN COWART On April 22, U.S. Sen. Jack Reed paid a visit to the Cranston Area Career and Technical Center, or CACTC, and toured several of its hands-on career and technical education, or CTE, programs. Reed has been a long-time supporter of career more
By JEN COWART Ang lica Infante-Green, Rhode Island's new commissioner of elementary and secondary education, paid a visit to Garden City Elementary School on May 1. Infante-Green, who arrives in the Ocean State from New York, began her new position on more
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