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The Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management (DEM) is advising homeowners that it does not anticipate widespread defoliation of trees by gypsy moth caterpillars in Rhode Island this year, as occurred in 2016 and 2017. There will still be some more
By PETE FONTAINE Par excellence! That's the rating everyone heaped upon last Friday's fun-filled Rhode Island State Elks Golf Tournament that brought a sold out field to storied Cranston Country Club. However, the 18-hole event was much more than just a more
By JEN COWART On Monday April 30, students at Cranston High School West were recognized for having taken the EverFi financial literacy course, an online financial literacy curriculum that includes lessons in banking, credit, loans, and investing. Rhode more
By JEN COWART Upon returning to school after the April vacation week, 26 students at Park View Middle School (PVMS) were rewarded for some hard work they'd done this school year. We had students read seven books off the 2018 Rhode Island Children's" more
By JEN COWART On Wednesday, April 25, the students on the sixth-grade King Cobra" team at Western Hills Middle School transformed the school auditorium into a wax museum. The museum was filled with "statues" of significant historical figures spanning" more
The weather cooperated as Glen Hills Elementary School joined schools from around the country to celebrate “National Walk/Bike to School Day” on Wednesday, May 9. Students rode or walked to … more
Celebrating the world at Park View Park View Middle School held its annual multicultural night in the gymnasium this past week. This year's theme was Knight at the Museum." Student work was on display all night and there were students "playing" the role" more
By MERI R. KENNEDY The sidewalks, stores and restaurants of Pawtuxet Village were busy on May 5, as the 5th Annual Wedding Pawtuxet Wedding Stroll, produced by Salon KG, took place. Salon KG was also celebrating their fifth year in business. We had 14" more
A celebration of matriarchs at the senior center MOTHER'S DAY FUN: On May 11, Cranston Senior Services held a special Mother's Day Luncheon. Joining director of senior services Jeffrey Barone were Lillian Fabicchio (who has 2 children, 5 grandchildren more
By JOHN HOWELL At what age should you start reading to your kids? Suzanna Beckwith will say as soon as they are born. That young? That's right, insists Beckwith, executive director of Reach Out and Read RI. Even newborns, she says, should be exposed to more
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