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$32K raised to fight cancer… more
The Central Library recently showcased works of art from all over the city for Cranston Public Schools' ArtsFest 2012, an annual display of works of art from students in kindergarten through high … more
The Greek Food Fest, held on April 28 and 29... more
The students in Michele Theroux's fifth grade class recently finished a writing unit comprised of several different components, just in time for Earth Day. "Each quarter we focus on a different … more
Cedar Crest Nursing & Rehabilitation… more
Building up to a burning [Photo gallery]
The Gaspee Days Arts and Craft Festival was the place to be over the near perfect weekend … especially if you were looking for that special accessory – whether temporary or permanent – for your … more
On May 19, the third Cranston Family Safety Day was held in Garden City Center, free of charge. The event included fun activities for the entire family with a focus on safety. The event was sponsored … more
This past Saturday, union members throughout Rhode Island began sweeping the state in support of local businesses and their Unions Buy Local campaign in Garden City. Approximately 30 members of … more
Superintendent Peter Nero and School Committee member... more
The Sanford Brown Institute, located in Cranston, held their 2012 commencement ceremony at the Park Theater last Friday evening. Elaine Morton, CPODCS, CPC, was selected to carry the traditional … more
For the past six years, the Dialogue Garden, dedicated in memory of former Cranston City Council President Peter T. Pastore Jr., has been the place to gather around each Earth Day. Each year, friends … more
The Pawtuxet Village Farmers Market opened for the season on Saturday, across from The Shriner’s Imperial Room on the Warwick-Cranston line. The market is open Saturday mornings from 9 a.m. to noon, and offers a variety of local vendors, including LeFavorite Bakery of Warwick and the Presto Strange O Coffee Truck … more
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