By DANIEL KITTREDGE The story may involve a journey across the globe, but for the many of the cast and crew members, shooting the independent film "Poor Paul" has been a celebration of home. "I don't need to be anyplace else . All I need is between the
By ALEX SPONSELLER The Cranston Western 10's won the softball state championship last week, rolling to a 19-1 win over South Kingstown. CWLL also topped South Kingstown 17-1 in the previous game, while beating Barrington 17-1 in the opening round of the
By JOHN HOWELL "You mean that all the artist depictions are based on nothing?" That question was raised Thursday morning as a group of volunteers, recruits in the hunt for whatever remains of the HMS Gaspee, gathered around a picnic table at Mensa Park
On the trail On July 17, Boy Scouts from Cranston troops 6, 8 and 66 gathered at the Knight Farm Trail off Laten Knight Road to help restore portions of the path that had become overgrown and difficult to navigate. Tom Capirchio, scoutmaster of Troop 8,
By PAM SCHIFF Retirements throughout Cranston schools are always bittersweet. Longtime teachers who have taught generations of students, and dedicated their careers to serving in Cranston schools, leave behind great memories and big shoes to fill.
By CAPT. DAVE MONTI The Block Island Inshore Fishing Tournament made a powerful return this weekend. Capt. Chris Willi of Block Island Fishworks, Tournament host, said, “We had great …