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By MERI R. KENNEDY -- Cranston resident, Michelle Parenteau, owner and lead designer for Michelle Lee Designs in Johnston, held an Art Opening called “Occupied Circles” at the Cranston Public Library on Feb. 4. more
By PAM SCHIFF On Saturday, Feb. 10, 16 children from across Cranston teamed up to create a special automated robot to enter in the first ever Robot Olympics. Oaklawn Branch Librarian Stef Blankenship was very excited to host the event. We have 16 kids" more
Exploring lost landmarks On Feb.17, Cranston Public Library began interviews for the podcast called Lost Landmarks." The purpose was to record members of the Rhode Island community to reflect on lost landmarks such as Rocky Point. (Herald photos by" more
By JEN COWART In Ann Marie Torres' students at Park View Middle School have spent the past several weeks focusing on some very important figures in American history. In keeping with the celebration of Martin Luther King Day and Black History Month, the more
The Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management (DEM) is accepting applications for new and renewed commercial fishing licenses through Wednesday, February 28. A limited number of new commercial fishing licenses will be made available this year; more
Bain Middle School has announced their honor roll for the second quarter. Grade 8 High Honors Abdul Rahman Al-Tarazi, Brandon Cordon, Nayelis Cruz, Muhammad Faisal, Soliya Lach, Minh Hung Le, Daniela Morales, Susanna Ovespian, Steven Rodriguez, Sara more
For the month of February, the public is invited to the Cranston Public Library’s Central Library location to view the memorabilia and artifacts of Olympic silver medalist and Cranston native Tom … more
Chocolate lovers dream On Feb. 10, Whole Foods Cranston held their Annual Chocolate Fest to the delight of customers. Seven stores prepared food stations and four vendor stations to tease the palate with chocolate and delights like chocolate hazelnut more
By PAM SCHIFF On Friday night, February 9 the Oaklawn Parent Teachers Group (PTG) held a special Funny4Funds comedy show to raise money for several items for the school. PTG President Ruthanne Farina said she was pleased with the outcome of the event, more
By JEN COWART Wednesday was a busy day at the Michael A. Traficante Senior Enrichment Center in Cranston. Thanks to the generosity of Letitia and the late John Carter's Spark grant, a combined group of 40 third graders in Lisa Davis's class at Glen Hills more
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