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By PAM SCHIFF Cranston High School West graduate Allie Marisi hosted her first cancer fundraiser for the American Society on Thursday, June 29 at the Santa Maria di Prata Society. The room was decorated in pink for the Breast Cancer event, and there were more
By MICHAIAH & ABIGAIL KOJOIAN When let out of his cage, Oliver immediately goes and greets all of his friends in the cat room. Some of the felines appreciate his friendliness more than others and although he has been hissed at several times, Oliver more
By MERI R. KENNEDY A ceremony to mark a new garden at the William Hall Library at 1825 Broad St. held a special dedication ceremony on June 28 for their new sensory garden at the library's back entrance. The sensory garden was planted by the Edgewood more
By JACOB MARROCCO Jeff Barone may no longer be working in constituent affairs, but he is far from done working with the residents of Cranston. Barone, the director of constituent affairs for Mayor Allan Fung the last four years, was recently appointed more
By PAM SCHIFF To find some perspective on how long 100 years is: It is 876,000 hours, 36,500 days, or in the case of Rainbow Bakery is it almost 10 million bagels. Yes, million. Today, the bakery is run by Murray Kaplan, grandson and nephew of the more
By JEN COWART In the classroom one day, on the job site the next. On the evening of June 16, the seniors at the New England Laborers'/Cranston Public Schools Construction Career Academy experienced a life milestone: graduation from high school. That more
By JOHN HOWELL The Speaker of the House has no intention of altering his plan to bring car tax relief to the owners of motor vehicles even though the state budget for the fiscal year beginning July 1 is in limbo. But Cranston isn't waiting for more
By JACOB MARROCCO No. 1 - Anita Fang Cranston West valedictorian Anita Fang was able to paint herself an extremely successful high school career. If you took a look at her pallet, it would include participation in the math team, peer tutoring, Science more
Here are the highlights from news and events that took place in the General Assembly last week. For more information on any of these items visit House approves 2018 budget bill The House voted 64-11 to approve a $9.2 more
Rhode Island Division of Motor Vehicles Administrator Walter R. “Bud” Craddock has extended the validity periods for Rhode Island motor-vehicle credentials with July 2017 expiration dates to … more
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