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For many children, the summer vacation is not only time off from school but a break from wearing a heavy backpack. While the time off may have served their weary backs and shoulders well, an overloaded backpack that's too small or too large could create more
WSBE Rhode Island PBS has announced key dates for High School Quiz Show: Rhode Island, its team-based single-elimination competition among qualifying high school students. Team registration by school principals or academic coaches opened Monday, August more
By JEN COWART Each year, as a service to our readers, The Cranston Herald provides readers with a listing of the administrators running each of the Cranston Public Schools as well as a quick introduction to any new building administrators. This year more
By PETE FONTAINE QUESTION: What work session features mounds of specially made dough that volunteers transform into 13,000-plus classic cookies? ANSWER: It's called a Baking Night" that includes proud parishioners at Church of the Annunciation on" more
Cranston West graduate Erika Danella and her siblings grew up with a mantra handed down by their mother, an immigrant from Cambodia who escaped the genocidal Khmer Rouge regime. more
By MERI R. KENNEDY On Aug. 19, Defenders of Animals held their annual Homeless Animals Day Candlelight Vigil & Humane Award Ceremony at Sprague Mansion. It was a beautiful evening for the crowd who attended to enjoy a common goal: the love of animals as more
Keeping up the garden The Alexis Silva Memorial Garden at Chester Barrows received some TLC on Monday afternoon from members of the Parents and Teachers of Barrows (PTB) group. Co-president Jill Finkle, along with volunteer parents Mark Stoutzenberger more
By JEN COWART This is part four in Jen's series detailing the renovations to Cranston West's auditorium. School begins at Cranston High School West on Sept. 5, and on Sept. 6 the newly restored auditorium will be filled to capacity for the annual Open more
By JACOB MARROCCO The Cranston City Council has named an overnight parking commission and a date for the first meeting. On Monday, Council President Michael Farina appointed Council Majority Leader Christopher Paplauskas to chair the committee, as well more
By JACOB MARROCCO Don't look now, but summer is just about over. The packets that Cranston families recently received in the mail detailed as much, containing information on free and reduced lunch, the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) more
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