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By MICHAIAH and ABIGAIL KOJOIAN Not many dogs will jump into your lap the first time they meet you, but then again not many dogs are quite like Sophia either. Sophia loves attention and is more than willing to curl up on the couch and fall asleep next to more
By JEN COWART It's that time of year again, time for the students on the Cranston High School West Academic Decathlon team to buckle down for their final weeks of preparation for the March state competition, an event their faculty advisor, Christine more
High Honors Grade 6: Jayden Amaral, Madeline Baxter, Nadeem Chaudhry, Christina Chin, Chinasa Corbie, Isaiah Coulanges, Daisy Cox, Ari D'Arconte, Ashley Desuze, Lindsey Diaz, Timothy Dietrich, Kaitlyn Dixon, Zephaniah Dolo-Bass, June Eagan, Joanne Fang, more
By JACOB MARROCCO Consumer information website Goodcall released a study on Feb. 15 featuring the top 50 cities in the union for cybersecurity professionals, and there were some usual suspects. The list features a litany of cities from California, with more
By JEN COWART On March 25, the PS3 Ronald A. Gill Jr. Memorial Scholarship Foundation will hit a new milestone. Ten years ago on March 25, 2007, the family and friends of Cranston's Ronnie Gill found out that he had been killed during a Coast Guard more
By PAM SCHIFF BASICS (Benefiting All Students in Cranston Schools) has been a programming presence in Cranston for the past seven years. With the reinstatement of elementary instrumental music classes, it felt it was a good time to expand their horizons more
By TESSA ROY The Pawtuxet Village Association can digitize their newspaper The Bridge thanks to a grant from the Heritage Harbor Foundation. This is very exciting for us. I know that [Janet Hartman] has been working on this for a long time and it's been" more
By JACOB MARROCCO Cranston Police Department detective Eric Leclerc has been volunteering for Special Olympics for about five years, but soon he will be taking his service overseas. Leclerc was chosen as the sole representative from Rhode Island to take more
Stretching vacation out Sensei Dean Watts helped kids stretch out before giving a Jiu Jitsu lesson at the Oak Lawn Library on Friday afternoon. The event was one of many held by the Cranston Public Library system during school vacation week. more
By TESSA ROY In the midst of continuing controversy over the bill, Representatives Charlene Lima and Robert Jacquard discussed this week why they decided to withdraw their names from the Reproductive Health Care Act that was introduced by Representative more
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