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Two Cranston students are among six high school seniors who will head off to freshman year sharing $100,000 in college scholarships from the Rhode Island Foundation. Taleen Donoyan and Diana Iglesias will receive the four-year, renewable scholarships the more
The PVMS students who gathered to hear Patrick Little speak about his job recently leaned in closely to hear the answer to the question he'd initially posed to them at the start of his presentation, What time do you think I get up in the" more
Each year, the students in the Gray Elephants class at Pumpkin Patch await the big event: the delivery of a batch of eggs from Casey Farm, set up to incubate and later hatch, as they wait and watch each day. Many have seen older siblings and friends have more
After reading “No Promises in the Wind” in their eighth-grade English Language Arts class, several students in Stephanie Kaffenberger’s class spent some time connecting what they had read to … more
Two middle schools in Cranston have introduced the National Junior Honor Society into their school communities at the seventh- and eighth-grade levels. Both Park View Middle School and Western Hills Middle School accepted student more
By MERI R. KENNEDY Police Community Survey The Cranston Police Department is conducting a community survey regarding police services and crime. This survey is designed to provide the police department administration with insight related to the current more
ASSAULT On May 14 at 11:08 p.m., Officer Sullivan arrested Edwardo Torres, 22, of 255 Arnold St. first floor in Woonsocket, for domestic simple assault/battery and domestic disorderly conduct. His arrest was the result of a disturbance at 1304 more
The following students made honor roll at Cranston High School West for the third quarter. Highest Honors, Grade 12 Anita Fang, Lily Hamin, Francesca Laurenza, Danika Lim, Griffin Mason, Jacob Meyerson, McKenzie Moore, Fallon Plociak, Alyssa Ragosta, more
Based on donor feedback, the Monday hours for the Warwick Blood and Platelet Donation Center at 615 Greenwich Ave, will now be 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. Nicole Pineault, director of Donor Resources said, Scheduling late afternoon and early evening slots on" more
The Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management (DEM) will kick off its annual Great Outdoors Pursuit Saturday on National Kids to Parks Day with a scavenger hunt and guided hike. As part of the Pursuit, now in its ninth season, families earn more
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