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Stefanie Blankenship, children’s and youth services librarian at the Auburn Branch, challenged her teen students to donate canned food for one week to win free movie passes to the film “The … more
Students show off their science skills … more
"Chow," bella! [Photo gallery]
: In spirit of St. Joseph’s Day on Monday, Cranston 3-year-old Aubrie Pezzullo enjoyed a zeppole. A zeppole is an Italian puff pastry filled with custard and topped with powdered sugar and a … more
This past weekend, Woodridge Congregational Church hosted its annual Irish/Italian Night to celebrate upcoming St. Patrick’s and St. Joseph’s Days with parishioners, family and friends. Now in … more
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Sailing into spring [Photo gallery]
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This past Sunday, a group of volunteers from the Humanists of Rhode Island worked together in an Adopt-A-Highway cleanup effort along Park Avenue. The group is committed to completing a minimum of … more
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Women come together to end violence on V-Day... more
Despite the fact that band and chorus have been cut at the elementary school level, general music still exists in the curriculum and last week, the students at Glen Hills Elementary showed off what … more
Family matters [Photo gallery]
On Sunday, Jan. 29, Eric Abbott’s fifth grade Religious School class at Temple Sinai participated in a Family Ketubah Workshop. In addition to learning about the significance of the “ketubah,” … more
The students, staff and families of Cornerstone School celebrated their 2012 Young Athletes Program last Thursday. Surrounded by family, friends, Mayor Allan Fung, Special Olympics RI Executive … more
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Caution, wet paint [Photo gallery]
Steven Ruhle of Steve Ruhle Painting works on painting the dining room ceiling at the Sprague Mansion on Cranston Street. Ruhle volunteered his time last week to help spruce up the mansion. more
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