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For Cranston resident Austin Theroux, a freshman at Bishop Hendricken High School, an interest in complex power Psychology was the motivation for his experiment, “Ganzfeld Telepathy.” German for … more
By JEN COWART At Arlington Elementary School, the students in Suzanne DaSilva's fifth-grade class are saving lives around the world, one step at a time. Thanks to the receipt of a grant from UNICEF, which was applied for this past fall by Julie Ferns, more
By JEN COWART At this month's Cranston Education Advisory Board (CEAB) meeting, the forum was dedicated to hearing from Ayana Crichton, representing the One Cranston Working Cities Challenge group. Crichton updated the group on the recent One Cranston more
WORKING TOGETHER Pictured is volunteer Barbara Stifano along with Event Chair, Deb Scipione. The two helped out at Woodridge Congregational United Church's Italia-Irish Dinner on March 11. The dinner featured a combination of cuisine from both more
By PAM SCHIFF In a commitment to the community in providing an education that serves all students and meets set criteria, every ten years the high schools in Cranston go through a rigorous evaluation by NEASC (New England Association of Schools and more
By MICHAIAH and ABIGAIL KOJOIAN The night of March 1, 2017, was cold. Molly knows that better than anyone because she spent it outside until she was brought to the Cranston Animal Shelter where she designated herself as a proud member of the welcoming more
By JEN COWART Domenic Kaffenberger, a Western Hills Middle School eighth-grader, has been named an award-winner in the 2017 Annual Student Essay Contest sponsored by the National WWII Museum in New Orleans. Kaffenberger won for his essay about more
The JROTC program at Cranston East is only one of three programs in the state and it is an indispensable leadership program and opportunity. On Saturday, March 11, the cadets of the 28th Battalion … more
By PAM SCHIFF Cranston East's senior class has lots to celebrate this year besides graduation. They are the first class in school history to have a completely free prom. They have also raised money to contribute to a fellow Cranston student's Make A more
By JEN COWART Recently, the fifth-grade students in Rod DaSilva's classroom at Garden City Elementary School were studying about ecosystems as part of their science curriculum. It was during one of those lessons that the students learned about more
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