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On Thanksgiving, they would be squaring off in Cranston Stadium, but on the day before, they were all teammates. The members of the football teams for Cranston East and Cranston West met … more
Two women, one who wouldn’t have lived to celebrate her second birthday and the other hours away from dying gave thanks for their lives last Tuesday and urged people to register as tissue and … more
A sea of blue tee-shirts filled the center section of Cranston East Auditorium on Nov. 14 for the Cranston School Committee meeting by special invitation. The faculty and staff of Woodridge … more
Just look at Loki's smile! This big beauty is in need of a new home, due to changes in Loki's current home. Loki is being re-homed through PetApprove where you can find out more about Loki and the … more
With Thanksgiving fast approaching, the price of a gallon of gas in the Northeast is steadily declining despite a recent demand spike ahead of the holiday. With prices in eleven states near the … more
Lieutenant Governor Sabina Matos, the RI Blue Star Moms, the RI National Guard, Operation Stand Down RI, the United States Postal Service, the American Red Cross of RI, other community organizations, … more
Students of Edward S. Rhodes and Eden Park elementary schools took part in the Ruby Bridges Walk to School Day on Tuesday, November 14, during which students across America walk to school to remember … more
STORY OF THE WEEK: “At least I’m not boring” – as Attorney General Peter Neronha quipped this week on X, formerly known as Twitter – could be the theme of a 2026 run for … more
Our programs assist, inform, entertain, and enrich the lives of individuals 55 years and older. FREE Digital Skills Workshops Email Basics (English & Spanish) … more
The Nest now has its own food truck. That’s right, CACTC’s culinary and graphics department collaborated along with the Rhode Island Department of Education to made this happen. As … more
Thanksgiving is the beginning of the holiday season. It’s typical between now and New Year’s Day for people to participate in numerous celebrations, family gatherings, and festivities. … more
Cranston West’s new food truck, received as part of a grant from the Rhode Island Department of Transportation, shiny in the sun. Cranston West Student Lindsey Levine and graphic communications … more
Folks hoping to get some Christmas shopping done early crowded into the Armenian Evangelical Church in Cranston on November 18 for the holiday bazaar. Armenian pastries and delicacies were served … more
The federal government estimates more than 17 American veterans took their own lives each day of 2021. And more than a 100 more veterans committed suicide in 2021, than the year before. The … more
The Gaspee Days Committee will hold a sale of new items featuring the release of the license plate Tuesday November 28th from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. at the Aspray Boat House Shirts in both long and short … more
We work to create a healthier, happier Cranston for all residents through events, workshops, resident-led working groups and The Huddle Center, our Cranston Family Support Center.   … more
Following in their founder’s motto of “deeds not words”, this past week at the Veteran’s Day parade, Cranston Cares was able to provide 300 turkeys to the needy in Cranston. … more
Praise Tabernacle church had a busy week, starting with the annual lighting of the lights on Nov. 15. Hundreds of visitors came to see dozens of lights fixtures surrounding the church in a dazzling … more
NOT JUST IPODS ANYMORE: Volunteers for iPods for Wounded Veterans and Century 21 Divine Group Homes for Heroes hosted a raffle on November 18, the grand prize of which was a 50” TV. Veterans … more
More than 400 people have signed a petition calling on the city to buy as much as 12 acres bordering the Pawtuxet River and “close the loop” to a 2.3 mile walking trail that circles … more
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