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From a pool of hundreds of talented student artists throughout the state, Andrew Salisbury of Cranston received a Silver Key Award and was named a 2018 Rhode Island Scholastic Art Award Winner at a ceremony held in January at the Roberts Hall Auditorium more
By JEN COWART Cranston Public School's new program director for the district's after school, summer and vacation camp programs is not the Rhode Island Olympic medallist of the same name, but lately she's been mistaken for her quite often as she has been more
By THOMAS GREENBERG Mearthane Products Corporation (MPC) off of Comstock Parkway in Western Cranston manufactures products used daily around the world, including, according to President of the company Peter Kaczmarek, the inline skates that will be used more
By THOMAS GREENBERG If there's something in between a mock trial and a real courtroom, that's what the auditorium of Cranston East turned into during February's planning commission meeting last Tuesday. But there weren't any students involved, and a real more
Why do humans seek comfort in consistent rituals like Valentine’s Day? more
The CCRI Alumni Association Awards Committee is now accepting nominations for the Society of the Knights and Squire Awards to be presented at the A Knight of Stars" ceremony on October 26. The Society of the Knights Outstanding Alumni Awards are" more
Flying high, Dreaming Big More than 350 girls from across the state and Massachusetts and many of their families converged at the Big Dream Academy in Cranston on Saturday for the Mardi Gras Gymnastics, involving gymnasts from 11 gyms in a show of more
Frontier Airlines will add two new nonstop, low fare routes from T.F. Green Airport. Beginning in April, Frontier will launch the only nonstop service to Austin, Texas and a new low fare option to Atlanta. With the announcement, Frontier will now offer more
By THOMAS GREENBERG After a smashing success last year, what was supposed to be a one-time event celebrating 100 years of Girl Scouts, will be returning in March to raise funds for the Girl Scouts of Southern New England, said spokesperson Rachel more
By TIM FORSBERG More than 2,000 bank employees, family members, and local leaders converged at the Citizens Bank Campus off Greenville Avenue in Johnston Saturday for an open house tour of the more than 420,000-square-foot facility. This is so" more
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