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By EMMA BARTLETT Forty-eight students from the CACTC Entrepreneurship program housed at Cranston West earned gold, silver and bronze medals in this year’s state DECA (Distributive Education … more
By EMMA BARTLETT Councilwoman Aniece Germain will hold the second annual Candlelight Memorial Vigil commemorating those who lost their lives to Covid this Friday, March 25, at 6:30 p.m. in front … more
By MERI R. KENNEDY Join the 19th annual Tomorrow Fund Stroll N’ Roll on Sunday, April 3 at 10 a.m. at Garden City Center to support The Tomorrow Fund in their mission to provide daily … more
By ALEX MALM In 1993, Jim Carr, a then Providence Police Officer, met Elizabeth “Beth” Grey who was the manager at the former Z Bar in Providence at the time. Almost three decades … more
By ALEX MALM   The Rhode Island Department of Education has a proposal to change graduation requirements starting with the class of 2027. On March 22 from 4 to 6 p.m., the public will … more
By EMMA BARTLETT The snowy weather from last Wednesday may have been a pain to drive in, but that didn’t stop people from visiting the Artsfest opening reception at Central Library on … more
Michael Solitro Jr. left behind one giant “PUDDIN’ Hat” to fill. In the thick of their first zeppole season without him, Solitro’s daughters, … more
By EMMA BARTLETT Cranston High School East’s class of ‘71 ended senior year with 721 graduates – making them the largest graduating class in the state. The class will now … more
The City of Cranston’s Administration, in conjunction with the Cranston City Council, announced on March 7 that it has launched a survey with the goal of acquiring continued input from the … more
By EMMA BARTLETT Prior to the pandemic, memory loss was the major crisis plaguing the country. To address this issue and implement preventative practices, the Cranston Department of Senior … more
By EMMA BARTLETT The gazebo on the southwest corner of Rhodes Place and Broad Street has been a travel hub since 1880. From the days when horse drawn carriages and street cars carried individuals … more
Will the sale of the Ocean State’s electric provider to Pennsylvania’s top power company result in higher electric bills? A state utility regulatory agency says they’re convinced … more
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