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NEW SUPERINTENDENT: Cranston Public Schools Assistant Superintendent Jeannine Nota-Masse, far left, speaks following the Cranston School Committee’s vote appointing her as the district’s new superintendent.
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A former youth hockey coach and current manager at a Cranston street hockey facility has been charged with solicitation of a … more
The Rhode Island Resource Recovery Corporation (RIRRC) has launched a campaign to educate Rhode Islanders on how to recycle … more
By MERI R. KENNEDY Stillhouse Cove cleanup The Edgewood Waterfront Preservation Association will be holding its annual … more
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A Cranston native and renowned Alzheimer’s disease researcher has been named Time magazine’s “100 Most Influential People in the World.” Dr. Rudolph Tanzi, a 1976 graduate of Cranston High … more
By PAM SCHIFF At 3-1/2 years old, Jennifer Grossman was diagnosed with juvenile rheumatoid arthritis. She credits her mom’s tenacity and instincts for getting the proper diagnosis. “I … more
Sean Fay Wolfe, teen author of the fan fiction title “Quest for Justice, a Minecraft Novel” (Elementia Chronicles, Volume 1), had the students at Eden Park Elementary School in the palm of his … more
The recent public health emergency due to HIV infections in Indiana is a reminder that HIV and AIDS are still a threat. “HIV cases have been rising in Rhode Island, we must remember,” said … more
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In his second attempt to be honored as Man of the Year by raising funds for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society of Rhode Island, Ace Aceto – with organizational help from comedian Mike Murray – held … more
The Pawtucket Red Sox are going for a grand slam to help raise awareness about drinking and distracted driving. The Kate DeCubellis Memorial Foundation (KDMF) is proud to announce KDMF Day will be … more
Secretary of State Nellie Gorbea visited Gladstone Elementary School for the start of Reading Week last Monday. During her visit, Gorbea spoke at length to the students, letting them know a little … more
The students at Park View Middle School spent last Thursday morning exploring a multitude of career path options during the annual Career Day event organized by the school’s guidance … more
The fifth-grade students in Lori Morse and Lynn Morales’ classes at Oak Lawn Elementary School had the opportunity to show off their research and oral presentation skills to friends and family on … Read More
On Tuesday evening, March 10, the Cranston Public Library’s Auburn Branch held a special scavenger hunt for patrons and their families. In total, about 60 people participated. The Rhode Island … Read More
Matthew Celeste of Blueflash Photography shared his skills during a “Photography Fundamentals” class at the Central Library in Cranston last Tuesday night. “I’ve geared this class towards … Read More
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