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Hundreds of Rhode Island students in grades 6 through 12 gathered at Providence College‚Äôs Slavin Center for the 2012 National History Day on Saturday, April 28. These young history buffs were … more
Uptown welcomed Mayor Allan Fung recently welcomed Uptown restaurant in Chapel View to the local business community with an official ribbon-cutting ceremony. Pictured with the mayor are owner Gregg Stevens and his wife, Christine, along with his daughter more
DOMESTIC CHARGES On June 28 at 4:32 p.m., police arrested Dean M. Levy, 56, 130 Garden Hills Drive, Cranston, on charges of domestic disorderly conduct and driving under the influence. On June 30 at 8:33 a.m., police arrested Epaminandas Alvarez, 51, more
Searching for Ash A local animal rescue group is offering a $500 reward as it searches for a missing cat that has overcome uncommon adversity in recent weeks. The cat, Ash, went missing from the area of Plainfield Street in Johnston in early February, more
By MERI R. KENNEDY CCAP launches new online benefits application platform As part of its continuous effort to provide the best possible service, the Comprehensive Community Action Program, or CCAP, has announced the launch of its new online application more
Grade 8High Honors: Amy Chao, Katherine Garcia Mendez, Alissa Gonzalez Silvestre, Jacquelynn Wilson, Andy Wu, Timothy Yean Honors: Busra Can, Adonis Fonseca Candelaria, Chanelys Garcia, Adrianna … more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE The time to be counted has nearly arrived. The 2020 U.S. Census gets underway in just days, and Rhode Islanders will soon be receiving mailings related to the 10-year population tally. Much is at stake for the Ocean State, including more
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Grade 8High Honors: Amina Alhassan, Amelia Andreozzi, Simone Brown, Henry Cheng, Sarah Chin, Francesca Coppa, Jake Cummings, Kayla DeSarro, Diana Do, Jonathan Frias, Dean Gaulin, Adrianna Giusti, … more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE The Cranston Republican Party has been largely united behind its top elected official and standard-bearer, Mayor Allan Fung, for more than a decade. Now, with Fung leaving office due to term limits and a hotly contested GOP primary to more
The students at Gladstone Elementary School participated in their annual Vocabulary Hat Parade in conjunction with Reading Week. Each year, the school reads a story to go along with the parade. … more
By JEN COWART Special to the Herald When the students at Cranston High School East hear Maurice "e;Mo"e; Holtzman's voice in a classroom or in the hallways, they may wonder why it sounds extra familiar to them. It may be because Holtzman, a junior, has been more
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