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It's not how you start . it's how you finish. I know that the saying is clich , especially in sports, but it has, and will always be true. On Sunday afternoon, the New England Patriots dropped a heartbreaker to Miami on the final play of the game. Like more
By TIM FORSBERG The Blackstone Valley Polar Express Train Ride has the ticket to Christmas memories that will last a lifetime. For nearly 20 years, the Blackstone Valley Tourism Council has produced a family favorite holiday train excursion filled with more
By JOSEPH CROWLEY The scores are in. Rhode Island's students did not appear to do as well on the RICAS as students in Massachusetts. RICAS is Rhode Island's version of the Mass. Comprehensive Assessment System (MCAS) - a test of academic more
By KRZYSZTOF MATHEWS I have now been working in digital media for twenty years. Now in my case, I came to these tools and processes in graduate school. When I was in the illustration department at RISD this technology was not yet available in the more
AWARD WINNER: Arlington Elementary School Principal, Michelle David, selected and surprised Alyssa Soltys as the recipient of the Crystal Apple Award from Horace Mann and Arlington School. Alyssa is a fourth-grade teacher at Arlington. Besides being an more
By PAM SCHIFF Starting on Wednesday, December 5, the 26 bakers of the Regina Coeli Society made 125 assorted cookie trays and bags. The large trays had two pounds of cookies; there were nut-free varieties and special ones just for kids. The trays were more
By JEN COWART Last week students from the Cranston Public Schools' eighth grades traveled to the Providence Convention Center to participate in a huge career fair designed to help inspire their future paths. The Junior Achievement of Rhode Island's more
Holidays in full swing at Garden City Garden City Shopping Center is treating customers to a very festive holiday shopping weekend complete with Santa, a walking snowman, strolling carolers and more. The sidewalks were busy with shoppers and seasonal more
By JEN COWART On Friday morning, Hope Highlands Middle School's yearbook faculty advisor Lisa Erb and her yearbook students were honored by representatives from Lifetouch, the company through which their yearbook is created, for their 2017-18 school more
By MERI R. KENNEDY Tracey Henebury of Cranston was recently recognized at the Rhode Island Hospitality Association's (RIHA) annual Stars of Industry awards banquet. Henebury won the Supplier Representative of the Year award. To win she had to be more
See your dogs when sleeping, or awake Dec. 9 was a day of pet photos with Santa and microchipping for a donation to Defenders of Animals at the Warwick Animal Hospital. There were 58 people in attendance with their pets for a combination of their dogs more
By MERI R. KENNEDY Ward 4 Cranston City Councilman Edward Brady with co hosts Jacob Belt, Justin Erickson, and the staff at The Thirsty Beaver produced their annual toy drive at The Thirsty Beaver Hometown Pub and Grub, which is located at 288 Atwood more
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