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Beacon Communications, which publishes the Warwick Beacon, Cranston Herald and Johnston Sun Rise newspapers, has acquired the Coventry-based Reminder, a buyer's guide publication of classifieds and adverts that publishes 28,000 copies weekly. more
For at least 10 years, library director Ed Garcia said the Cranston central library has partnered with retirees to provide Cranston residents with tax preparation assistance. Now that the senior center's similar tax preparation program has ceased to more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Being able to identify and prevent sexual harassment, especially in today's hyper-vigilant society, is more important than ever, and a full room of employers, employees and HR specialists got a great inside view into how sexual more
By THOMAS GREENBERG Kevin Cloxton said that he's wanted to be a firefighter for as long as he can remember, so when he got the opportunity to work with Cranston's Fire Department as part of his Eagle Scout project, he took it. For his project, he built a more
By MERI R. KENNEDY On June 17, 2017 at 10 a.m., Nicholas Bombardier, age 18, of Troop 66 Garden City, completed his Eagle Project. He held a Flag Retirement ceremony at Camp Champlin to celebrate the achievement at the time. For his project, he led a more
By PAM SCHIFF On Tuesday, January 23, students at Oaklawn Elementary School were treated to a special musical performance from the Newport Jazz Assembly. Since its inception, the Newport Jazz Assembly band has performed in 50 schools to over 13,000 more
By JEN COWART On Monday, January 29, educators from across the state of Rhode Island had the opportunity to connect at the Highlander Institute's Project Based Learning (PBL) RI January meet-up, at Providence's TechCollective. According to event more
Cranston's branch of Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Ocean State (BBBSOS) will use a $5,000 grant from the Rhode Island Foundation to fund community-based and site-based mentoring programs for the African-American children it serves. Providing the black" more
Seniors show their colors SUPER BOWL FUN AT SENIOR CENTER: On Feb. 3, Cranston Senior Center, held a Show Your Colors for some Super Bowl fun luncheon. Pictured are members of the staff, members and raffle prize winners with Jeffrey Barone, Executive more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Rhode Island is not the best, or worst, in education in comparison to the rest of the country - rather we are squarely in the middle of the pack, according to a 2018 report on the Most and Least Educated States in America released by more
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