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Dr. Sandra Keating, Associate Professor of Theology at Providence College will discuss Catholicism and Islam: Two Faiths in the 21st Century on Sunday April 15 at 3 p.m. in O'Brien Hall, St. Augustine Church, 20 Old Road, Providence. Dr. Keating is a more
Students from five different Cranston schools will be representing the city in the state National Geographic Bee, which will be held at 2:00 p.m. on Friday, April 6 at the Shriners Imperial Room and Scottish Masonic Building in Cranston. There are a more
By JEN COWART Colin Theilig is a sophomore at Cranston High School West, a student in the Entrepreneurship program at the Cranston Area Career and Technical Center on campus, and a Boy Scout with Cranston's Troop 22. He's now wrapping up an Eagle Scout more
By THOMAS GREENBERG A local non-profit, the Rhode Island Donation Exchange Program, has partnered with Cranston Community Action Program (CCAP) to provide lower-priced furniture, most of which is donated by Cardi's, to low-income families out of their more
Colonel Ann C. Assumpico, Superintendent of the Rhode Island State Police and Director of the Rhode Island Department of Public Safety, announces that a Cranston resident has been arrested on a felony charge of driving to endanger resulting in death in more
On this Saturday, April 7, the Cranston Central Library will kick off National Library Week with the Center for Southeast Asians. The event, which will go from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m., will include a ceremonial blessing and the unveiling of the library's more
The American Red Cross is asking Rhode Islanders to help Sound the Alarm in Greater Providence and be part of the nationwide Red Cross effort to help reduce the number of deaths and injuries caused by home fires. The Red Cross Rhode Island will hold a more
By THOMAS GREENBERG Cranston schools have a policy for when student's lunch payment accounts go into debt. After $12.50 at the elementary level and $16.25 at the secondary level, or five lunches, go unpaid for, the student will receive a sun butter more
By THOMAS GREENBERG Mayor Allan Fung's proposed budget, which will be heard by the City Council this month, doesn't include a tax increase, despite a $4.4 million increase in spending from the current budget. Some city residents may still see an increase more
By JEN COWART Cranston High School West's Marc Mansolillo has a tough choice to make. Out of a pool of 2400 total applicants, he was recently offered a prestigious, four-year full tuition and fees Presidential Scholarship at Villanova University after more
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