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Cox Communications is seeking to hook some Cranston families up with low-cost high-speed Internet if they qualify through its Connect2Compete initiative. Cox Public Relations Manager Jeff Lavery spoke about the requirements and benefits of the program. more
Making Cranston proud Secretary of State Nellie Gorbea presented civic leadership awards to four Cranston students, two each from Cranston West and the Cranston Area Career and Technical Center, earlier this month at the State House. The award more
Recently, students at Park View Middle School had the honor of having special guests Magistrate Angela Poulos and Attorney Jacqueline Kelley present for Law Day. “All of the courts are closed … more
By JEN COWART The students at Rhodes Elementary School had a special visit from Pat Perry and her sidekick, Max Man, from the Rhode Island Resource Recovery Corporation (RIRRC) on Monday afternoon as Reading Week began at the school. In keeping with the more
By JEN COWART Earlier this month, a warning from the Alabama public school department in Baldwin County went viral. It alerted parents to a new social media “app” that asks students to … more
By JACOB MARROCCO Ken Hopkins may have retired from coaching two weeks ago following the end of the CCRI baseball season, but he's not done yet. Not by a long shot. Hopkins (R), 62, had taken up new challenges recently, namely his baptism by fire as a more
By JACOB MARROCCO The Cranston City Council passed a resolution Monday night that offered the support to the Cranston West Alumni Association as it continues its efforts to renovate the school's auditorium. While the measure passed overwhelmingly, 8-1, more
By PAM SCHIFF Once spring arrives, most high school seniors realize there is a limited amount of time left in their high school careers. One of the highlights of those careers is the presentation of awards and scholarships presented. On Thursday, May more
By MERI R. KENNEDY The Cranston Police Department honored fallen law enforcement officers on May 18 at the 25th Annual Police Memorial Ceremony at Cranston Police Headquarters. The Memorial was just one of many commemorative events that took place around more
By JACOB MARROCCO Imminent changes coming to the Roger Williams Park greenway on June 1 have provoked the ire of many in the surrounding Cranston neighborhoods. From Pine Hill Avenue through F.C. Greene Memorial Boulevard, along which many entering the more
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