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Michael Brissette, the director of dining services at the Scandinavian Home in Edgewood, estimated he'd make 60 burgers, 50 hot dogs and 40 pieces of barbecued chicken on Thursday. He needed to make so many because it was lunchtime, and all the more
On June 16, 19 bowlers attended `Help the Homeless' RI's first bowling fundraiser at Town Hall Lanes in Johnston. A fun time was had while raising $200 to help the homeless and impoverished in Rhode Island. Included in the bowling were free shoe rentals, more
Students at Edgewood Highland Elementary School recently shared with their peers what they had learned as they explored biographies. The all-purpose room was host to a wide array of biography projects from tri-fold boards to dioramas to soda bottle more
By JEN COWART Throughout reading week, students at Woodridge Elementary School had many special visitors to read a story or share their own stories. There was one visitor however, who brought the most unusual guests to visit. Ray Ward, from Bwana Iguana more
By JEN COWART It was a start to the Cranston High School West graduation week that many will remember for a lifetime, and the start of a new tradition at Cranston West, Senior Graduation Walks. On Tuesday, June 5, many of the CHSW graduating class of more
By THOMAS GREENBERG Cranston resident Kaleigh Pedroso and recent resident Kieanna Roy became two of the first students to ever graduate from a fully inclusive 8th grade class at the Grace School at Meeting Street. The Grace School at Meeting Street's more
By MERI R. KENNEDY Last week, Under the Light of the Moon" by Cranston native Laura Michael had her book published. It is a children's early chapter book that is appropriate for ages 7 to 12 and focuses on the Armenian Genocide with age appropriate" more
By JEN COWART More than half of the Cranston High School West seniors celebrated their graduation from their respective three-year career pathways programs at the Cranston Area Career and Technical Center (CACTC) Senior Certificate Ceremony in a recent more
Superintendent Jeannine Nota recently met with the members of the JROTC unit from Cranston East to honor them after the program was awarded as JROTC “Honor Unit with Distinction.” The instructors … more
Cranston police chief Michael J. Winquist announced this week the arrest of Samuel Vazquez, 31, of 243 Washington Street (1st floor) in Providence. Vazquez is charged with committing a series of armed robberies of convenience stores across Cranston over more
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