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By MERI R. KENNEDY From a perky pink princess phone, to trays of photo albums and keepsakes called ephemera, the Bruneau and Co. auction featured two collections from the Museums of the Telephone Pioneers of America (one in Rhode Island and one in more
By THOMAS GREENBERG All summer long, the Cranston League for Cranston's Future (CLCF) Bombers Gold softball team has been showcasing their talents to college scouts in hopes of playing at the next level. But as the season came to a close this past more
By MERI R. KENNEDY The 5th Annual Kidpalooza was held on Aug. 3 at Tate Field next to Hugh B. Bain Middle School, which houses a six-week summer learning center known as Camp XL. Kidpalooza was planned by Camp XL Students through guidance by Caitlyn more
The honor roll for the fourth quarter of this past school year at Cranston West is as follows Grade 12 Highest Honors Alexis Abrams, Scott Angilly, Jason Cambra, Danielle Carmody, Stephanie Cuervo, Darren DeAngelis Jr., Vincent DelPonte, Elizabeth more
By TONY LaROCHE If this is his retirement, no one told Lloyd Kaplan. With his 85th birthday today, Kaplan will be working. Tonight, he'll lead his band of well-seasoned musicians, The Aristocats, in a night of swing at The Towers in Narragansett. more
From the time hockey legends of yesteryear began checking into the Hampton Inn & Suites on Post Road in Warwick until Sunday’s awards ceremony was held inside the famed carousel building at Goddard … more
The RSVP Volunteer Fair, held on July 23, was held to recruit volunteers to fill vacancies within RSVP's Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS) Grant. The RSVP Department also has volunteer opportunities within the City of Cranston. more
Since 2016, REALTOR Foundation: RI has raised and received funds for a quarterly grant program that provides charitable support to individuals affected by personal or natural disaster and other non-profit organizations which endeavor to do the same. Five more
Colonel Ann C. Assumpico, Superintendent of the Rhode Island State Police and Director of the Department of Public Safety, recently announced that state, local and federal law enforcement agencies are again collecting backpacks and school supplies to more
By KELLSIE KING Nine months after students and faculty reported to being affected by levels of carbon monoxide at Cranston East, Pauline Belal is still awaiting answers from the city as to why her daughter fell ill with carbon monoxide poisoning even more
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