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By THOMAS GREENBERG Cranston resident Kaleigh Pedroso and recent resident Kieanna Roy became two of the first students to ever graduate from a fully inclusive 8th grade class at the Grace School at Meeting Street. The Grace School at Meeting Street's more
By JEN COWART More than half of the Cranston High School West seniors celebrated their graduation from their respective three-year career pathways programs at the Cranston Area Career and Technical Center (CACTC) Senior Certificate Ceremony in a recent more
Superintendent Jeannine Nota recently met with the members of the JROTC unit from Cranston East to honor them after the program was awarded as JROTC “Honor Unit with Distinction.” The instructors … more
Cranston police chief Michael J. Winquist announced this week the arrest of Samuel Vazquez, 31, of 243 Washington Street (1st floor) in Providence. Vazquez is charged with committing a series of armed robberies of convenience stores across Cranston over more
Ashley Augustin of Cranston is one of 15 Roger Williams University students who received the 2018 President's Core Values Medallion, which is awarded to graduating seniors who best exemplify the core values of the university. According to the university, more
Self-help signatures Cranston author and life coach Gina Clapprood autographed her newest book entitled Little Girls Should Be Seen & (Not) Heard: Reintroduce Yourself and Unleash the 'B' (Heels Optional) at Barrington Books Retold in Garden City on June more
By PAM SCHIFF Carmen Ruggieri has been teaching special education as well as being an autism advocate in Cranston for the past 24 years. Recently, her childhood friend and former classmate, Lieutenant Mark Freeborn of the Cranston Police Department, more
Last week, 29 goats from Laurel Hill Micro Farm in Hope, RI, owned by Wayne Pitman and Jackie Magnan, worked for three days clearing up brush and poison ivy on the hill next to the Cranston Central … more
By PAM SCHIFF The only predictable thing in an election cycle is the unpredictability. The drama of who will run, who will support whom, who is switching parties is only equaled by a daytime soap opera. Former Ward 2 Cranston Councilman Donald Botts is more
By ETHAN HARTLEY The sun is out, and with many schools set to close for summer vacation this week it's the perfect time for families to start thinking about vacations of their own. While trips by plane are the most time-efficient means of travel, there more
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