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A stop at the Auburn Library is part of the routine for Zoey O’Neill, who gets some help from family friend Eric Bereason in learning shapes. (Cranston Herald photo by John Howell) more
By PETE FONTAINE Matthew Aceto won't be in Hollywood when the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences presents its coveted Oscars on Sunday, Feb. 26, but he recently staged a unique production that speaks volumes about his character and future. Back more
By DON FOWLER Chairperson Rebecca Flores greeted over 100 visitors to the Cranston Arts Commission open house, held last week at the Artists' Exchange on Rolfe Street. And not a single person was talking about the Super Bowl. It was all about the arts, more
Andy Moffit admitted to the Warwick Rotary Club that being the state’s first First Gentleman is “a kind of strange experience.” “It starts with the name,” he said. And then, he … more
2nd Quarter High HonorsGrade 6Zuzanna Bajer, Hailey Bobek, Ava Boyle, Allison Bratter, Benjamin Campbell, Marcus Chung, Michaela Consiglio, Juliana Cooper, Ashleigh Cruz, Isabella DiStefano, Gianna … more
By JOHN HOWELL Community College of Rhode Island President Meghan Hughes told members of the college foundation Friday that the institution has the capacity to accommodate an influx of students should legislators approve Gov. Gina Raimondo's plan to give more
By JEN COWART When Cranston High School West's award-winning competitive golfer Alexis Florio suffered a sports injury in September, she could very well have planned a pity party for herself. She was a junior, out for the season, unable to do the sport more
Shopping for the perfect prom dress can be stressful. Considering current trends and styles, what “everyone else” is or isn’t wearing, and shopping on a budget for what will most likely be a … more
By JEN COWART The staff and students in Cranston's extended day and summer programs are getting ready for one of their favorite winter events. The second annual Snowflake Ball is just ahead, on Feb. 17 from 6 to 9 p.m. at the YMCA Teen Center and will be more
By PETE FONTAINE No matter what the event, officials at Immaculate Conception Catholic Regional School always find a way to make it special. Take last Friday night's Toe Jam Puppet Concert, for example. It was the conclusion of Catholic Schools Week at more
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