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The Bonney Staffing Center boasts that it matches “The right person, the right job – the first time.” Now, it will be opening its newest location in Warwick. Bonney Staffing, based out of … more
1070 Cranston St. 401-780-6000 Please follow us on Twitter (@cranstonsenior) and like our Facebook page Come to the movies Tuesday, Aug. 2 at 1 p.m. “Grease” with John Travolta … more
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The gift of life On July 5, the Cranston Police Department held its annual blood drive dedicated to Miranda Petrella at its Garfield Avenue headquarters. A little over three years ago, Miranda - the daughter of Detective Mark Petrella - was diagnosed more
1. Sarah Alam Class of 2016 valedictorian Sarah Alam, 18, plans to attend Harvard College in the fall. She has yet to decide on a major. While at Cranston West, Alam took part in numerous activities, including the Math Team, Science Olympiad, Academic more
Women's Clubs boost Project Undercover The General Federation of Women's Clubs (GFWC) Warwick Women's Club has been a supporter of Project Undercover since it began. The state Advocates for Children chairman, Roberta Bianco, challenged state clubs to more
Library hosts first Mini Comic Con Thanks to GameStop in Chapel View, Barnes & Noble in Warwick, and Rhode Island Comic Con, Cranston's Central Library hosted its first Mini Comic Con event on Friday, July 15. Fans of all ages gathered together, taking more
Buzz Off birthday While most 11-year-olds want cake and ice cream plus cool presents from their friends for their birthday, that wasn't the case for Chris Piscione of Cranston. Instead, he wanted to shave his head in support and solidarity for kids more
By MERI R. KENNEDY On July 21, the Cranston YMCA continued its summer tradition of hosting the annual Andrew Reed Camp Carnival. The event is a small fundraiser the Y uses to help offer scholarships for camp. The carnival is named after the first more
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