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By JEN COWART After months of research, preparation and all-around hard work, the students in all grades at Hope Highlands Middle School had the opportunity last week to present their inquiry projects to family, friends and community members. With each more
On March 24 the Cranston YMCA welcomed members and program participants to their 6th Annual Easter Egg Hunt. Participants, of which there were around 70, were broken down into three groups to hunt for eggs in the gym. For Y members, in between their more
By MERI R. KENNEDY The Irish Ceilidhe Club of RI, located at 50 America St. in Cranston, held their annual St. Patrick's Day Celebration on March 17. The day began with a welcome by Club President Bob Sheridan and Mass was said by (retired) Rev. John more
A sell-out crowd of approximately 100 people attended the RI Shriner's Annual St. Patrick's Day Dinner. The festive evening included a buffet, dessert table and cash bar as well as entertainment by the Tom Lanigan Band that performed traditional, more
By JEN COWART It is no secret that Cranston houses some of the oldest school buildings in the state, with Cranston High School East about to turn 100 years old next year. Recently, the Rhode Island Department of Education (RIDE) spent one year assessing more
Mayor and gubernatorial candidate Allan Fung has hired Andrew Augustus, formerly a reporter and press associate for Providence Mayor Jorge Elorza, as his press secretary in his bid to be Rhode Island's next governor. Augustus said that he was a reporter more
By THOMAS GREENBERG Bernadine Sadwin, who is the new director of development at Meeting Street School in Providence, says she was introduced to the school at an early age, because of her family's Cranston-based surgical equipment company. Cranston more
By THOMAS GREENBERG After hearing from both Janice Ruggieri, Chairwoman of the School Committee, and Pauline Belal, who is suing the city for the medical expenses of pulling her daughter out of Cranston East due to carbon monoxide poisoning, the council more
Humanitarian mission Hospital Corpsman 2nd Class Tristan Cowan of Cranston prepares dental instruments for sterilization at the Franklin D. Roosevelt School in Puerto Cortes, Honduras during Continuing Promise 2018. U.S. Naval Forces Southern more
BREAKING AND ENTERING James Dorsey, 51, of 11 Hillhurst Ave. Apt. #2 in Providence, was arrested on March 25 at 12:25 p.m. by Officer Murray for attempted breaking and entering, possession of burglary tools and resisting arrest as the result of a call more
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