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Going to the dogs The Brandi Project, a Rhode Island-based organization that raises funds for dog-rescue groups, held its fifth annual dinner fundraising event in February and the event raised $3,014, which will be donated to area dog rescue more
By MICHAIAH and ABIGAIL KOJOIAN There is nothing better than sharing your life with a dog. Dogs truly are man's best friend. Zeke was brought to the Cranston Animal Shelter after being found tied to a pole. Above him, a sign reads free dog." Zeke is a" more
By OLIVIA PERREAULT Amongst the regular hustle and bustle of the Warwick Mall this Saturday, children of all ages were huddled together listening to guest speakers read some of their favorite books. The National Education Association Rhode Island more
By JEN COWART Cranston High School West will soon be joining several other schools, including Park View Middle School and Hugh B. Bain Middle School as participants in the Fuel Up to Play 60 Program, an in-school health and wellness program which more
By PAM SCHIFF The newspaper, a stalwart of any good community, and the students at Park View Middle School are doing their part to keep the Park View community informed. Founded last year by seventh grade science teacher Mark Dengel and named What's New" more
Colonel Michael Winquist, Chief of the Cranston Police Department, announced the arrest of three suspects after the Cranston Police Department, Rhode Island State Police and Department of Corrections respond to 85 Lawrence St. in search of escapee Rony more
By JEN COWART During the weeks from Jan. 14 to Feb. 14, Cranston's Rotary Club hosted a citywide food drive to benefit CCAP, a Share the Love drive, which was open to Cranston schools. Several schools across the city participated, including many who are more
Colon cancer is one of the nation's deadliest forms of the disease, but Cranston gastroenterologist Dr. Morris Elevado says it is also one of the most preventable as well. March is Colon Cancer Awareness Month, and it certainly needs more
HE'S A HIT: Cranston Representative Robert Lancia found an attentive audience and lots of children ready to take copies of the Hope Man coloring book that he handed out Saturday's read-a-thon. more
By JEN COWART Last Friday afternoon, the Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD) club at West welcomed local boxing legend, Cranston High School East graduate and five-time world champion Vinny Pazienza to a standing-room-only auditorium. Pazienza more
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