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By JOHN HOWELL The designation for T.F. Green Airport is PVD, or Providence, which has been a bone of contention for Warwick officials for decades. That's not going to change, although with Sun Country Airlines' announcement Tuesday, the airport will more
Meeting with the senator U.S. Sen. Jack Reed recently met with students from Cranston High School East who are part of the JROTC program. Students got the chance to talk to Reed about their future educational plans and goals later in their life. more
On Saturday, May 25, a local shop owner in Pawtuxet Village and her daughter will be holding a fundraiser to benefit two local women with cancer. The event, called the “Crush Cancer … more
By MERI R. KENNEDY On May 19, nearly 60 people attended the annual Defenders of Animals May Breakfast held at the Sprague Mansion in Cranston. The net proceeds from the event go to support the group's spay/neuter services and a medical care program for more
By PAM SCHIFF Cranston High School East's music department has another feather to put in its drum major's cap. During the annual Spring Concert on May 7, the department inducted its first class into the Tri-M Music Honor Society. Tri-M is the only more
On the evening of May 10, Cranston residents were invited to Cucina Rustica for the first of several “Neighbors and Friends Night” events. OneCranston, an initiative of the Comprehensive … more
Charity hoops The annual Park View/Bain charity basketball game took place on Monday, April 29, at Cranston High School East. Members of the boys and girls basketball teams, unified basketball teams and faculty members squared off to raise money for the more
Park View Middle School is a community built on diversity and understanding differences. During the Multicultural Night event held May 9, students had a chance to share, explain and learn about … more
By KELLSIE KING May 9, Cranston High School East acknowledged the hard work and academic dedication of students during the annual National Honor Society induction ceremony. The newest class of 68 inductees includes juniors and a handful of seniors. more
By JEN COWART The Moblie Maker Lab made a two-day stop at the New England Laborers' Construction Career Academy recently, spending two days at the school. Groups of about a dozen students rotated through the lab during the day, visiting the hands-on more
By PAM SCHIFF On Saturday, May 4, the rooms of the Cranston Public Library's Oak Lawn Branch came alive with the paintings of 83 patients of Dr. Linda DelVecchio-Gilbert. The doctor owns and operates Magnolia Pediatrics on Budlong Road in Cranston. Her more
By MERI R. KENNEDY On May 11, students and teachers at Bain Middle School took part in the National Junior Honor Society Group Community Service Project. Organized by advisors Connie Manzi and Carol Storti, the event provided a chance to clean up the more
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