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The Roger Williams Park Zoo will offer a free admission day to all on Friday, Nov. 24. Zoo family hope that visitors will share the holiday spirit with the community by bringing non-perishable food items to benefit the Rhode Island Community Food Bank. more
Otis has a mild heart murmur and the stress of the shelter environment is just simply too much for him. He was found as a stray and has never been found/reclaimed so here he waits for a second chance at a new life in a loving home. more
An oil on canvas landscape painting by the Scottish-born abstract modernist William Gear (1915-1997), titled Paysage, Mai 50 (May Landscape, 1950), is the expected headliner in a 436-lot Estate, Antiques, Fine & Decorative Art Auction planned for more
By PAM SCHIFF On Friday, Nov. 3 Premier Martial Arts hosted a `Break the Board' night for Oaklawn Elementary School. With over 40 students signed up, they spent the evening playing tug of war and participated in a mini class taught by Premier. The more
By PAM SCHIFF Continuing their tradition of giving back to their community, Oaklawn Elementary School is donating 1,689 food items to the Cranston Community Action Program (CCAP). For the fifth year in a row, they have participated in the Feinstein more
By MERI R. KENNEDY On Saturday, Nov. 4 people from all walks of life who are homeless or in need were bused from Kennedy Plaza in Providence to Praise Tabernacle Church in Cranston for the 11th Annual Hope for the Homeless event. Hundreds of homeless more
112 (Pasta): ORDER UP: The Edgewood Congregational Church put on a pasta dinner to benefit defenders of animals. Here, Director of Defenders of Animals Dennis Tabella (middle) poses with volunteers Joan Rebello (left) and Jen Kumar (right). (Herald more
On Friday, Nov. 17 visitors to the URI Planetarium will have the opportunity to peer deep into space through the eyes of the orbiting Hubble Space Telescope and travel back billions of years in time to witness the birth of the universe. During the more
By JEN COWART On Thursday afternoon just after 1 p.m. more than 100 students were hanging out at Tate Field, bouncing in a bounce house, eating Italian Ice and enjoying some cotton candy. The occasion was Bain's first quarter attendance reward and more
By JEN COWART The Nov. 6 meeting of the Cranston Education Advisory Board (CEAB) was one that has become an annual tradition: the fall ASPEN training session. The meeting was held at Park View Middle School and offered a pre-meeting session at 6:30 p.m. more
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