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To the Editor: In response to our current opioid-overdose crisis, Rhode Island citizens need to know about a bill that remains active in the Legislature.  The epidemic we confront continues its … more
By JEN COWART The traditional Ideal Cranstonian Award was given to two students this year, Abigail Shideler and Nicole Sacco. Principal Tom Barbieri recognized them both in his remarks, citing the many reasons why they were chosen. Each year our faculty" more
The Carter School at Meeting Street is pleased to announce that Cranston resident Mariam Eletu has graduated from the high school program. Donning a blue cap and gown, Mariam received her diploma from Anne Bouchard, Special Education Administrator at more
It's not that the Cranston Animal Shelter collects one eyed cats. it just so happens that they have two right now! Andi is one of them. He was found astray with two other cats and taken to the Cranston Animal Shelter. When taken out of his cage, he more
By JACOB MARROCCO It's just the morning routine for Billy DeAngelus III. The Twin Oaks owner heads downstairs to a backdoor with his 4-year-old German Shepherd, Teddy, and scoops up a large container of feed. He goes out back and descends the steep more
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By PAM SCHIFF Cancer is not something anyone thinks is something to laugh at. But at the same time it is said laughter is the best medicine. So, with that philosophy in mind, Allie Marisi, a 2013 graduate from Cranston High School West and the Medical more
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The School Committee unanimously approved a final budget Monday night for the upcoming fiscal year. In February, the committee requested an increase of $1.7 million in funding to Mayor Allan Fung, … more
By PAM SCHIFF The students in Dayna Cianci-Hudick and Sheri Poyant's Kindergarten classes at Oaklawn Elementary teamed up to perform a very special concert on Wednesday, June 14, under the direction of music teacher Jessica Hookway, the students have more
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