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The Cranston Neighborhood Tree Planting Program is accepting applications for the 2023 spring planting schedule. The program is free to all eligible property owners – including homeowners, … more
The Cranston Neighborhood Tree Planting Program is accepting applications for the 2023 spring planting schedule. The program is free to all eligible property owners – including homeowners, … more
The Rhode Island chapter of the National Alliance on Mental Illness is now accepting registration for its next virtual Family-to-Family course which begins Feb. 2. This is a free, eight-session … more
The Rhode Island chapter of the National Alliance on Mental Illness is now accepting registration for its next virtual Family-to-Family course which begins Feb. 2. This is a free, eight-session … more
The Huddle Center will be holding a PJ's and Hot Cocoa Story Time on Jan. 12, 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. at 70 Gansett Ave. Come with your little ones and hear a story, do a craft and have some delicious hot … more
Hugh B. Bain Middle School will present Moana Jr. at 7 p.m. on Jan. 13 and at 2 p.m. on Jan. 14. Tickets are $5 and you can email kkarikas@cpsed.net to reserve your seats. Mattress … more
How Has Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg (RBG) Inspired Me? RWU Law Announces RBG Contest for K-12 Students – Rhode Island elementary, middle and high school students are invited to submit drawings, … more
The Oaklawn Grange is looking for new members. Anyone interested in learning more or joining, please contact Maria Manzi at 401-499-0796. PrepareRI Internship Program The 2023 applications are … more
The 2023 applications are now open for the PrepareRI High School Summer Internship Program. If you are, or have, a rising senior this summer, this paid opportunity is an excellent one for college or … more
OneCranston Health Equity Zone is starting a new initiative with the Cranston Herald and local photographer Timothy McFate called Humans of Cranston; they will be interviewing Cranston residents to … more
OneCranston Health Equity Zone is starting a new initiative with the Cranston Herald and local photographer Timothy McFate called Humans of Cranston; they will be interviewing Cranston residents to … more
At 10 a.m., Saturday, Nov. 19 you can explore the Woonasquatucket during a hike at Mowry Conservation Area. Stocked trout stream, an arching footbridge, stonewalls, towering hemlocks and pines … more
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