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By ETHAN HARTLEY The sunshine that poured through the windows of Warwick Country Club and caused the churning waters off Warwick Neck to twinkle on the first official day of spring was an ever-appropriate setting for Drea Kelly to share her message of triumph over fear, intimidation and violence. more
By KELLSIE KING Over the summer, the Herald published two articles about Sean Seigel, an infant from West Kingston who was battling acute myeloid leukemia. Local business owner Amy Conn, who owns Tag Sale Treasures in Pawtuxet Village, hosted a more
Proud tradition The Irish Ceilidhe Club of Rhode Island continued a tradition with its annual St. Patrick's Day celebration on March 17. Following a Mass dedicated to the members the club has lost, a ceremony was held to raise the Irish and American more
By JEN COWART On March 5, Cranston High School West hosted its first-ever Parent Summit, a one-hour event that allowed parents to visit a variety of stations throughout an evening focused on a mix of topics relevant to their students' education. The more
Irish eyes The Cranston Enrichment Center celebrated St. Patrick's Day in style on March 15, holding its annual St. Patrick's Day Luncheon and welcoming a performance from Cranston's Goulding School of Irish Dance. Mike Dee provided the entertainment more
By MERI R. KENNEDY Lifestyle coach Gina Clapprood had found common threads among many of the women with whom she has worked. They were constantly sacrificing their own happiness for the benefit of others, she said. They felt unworthy, and as a result, more
On March 6, Cranston High School East students and faculty signed a special banner pledging to help increase inclusion awareness at the school. “Cranston East is a place that fosters a culture … more
The Lt. Jim Pagano Foundation has donated $11,400, along with funding from Cranston Public Schools, to the Center for Resilience to aid Cranston students in a social and emotional learning curriculum. The program, piloted in Cranston for the first time more
By MERI R. KENNEDY A full house enjoyed the sights and sounds of more than 20 indoor percussion and color guard groups as Cranston High School East hosted a New England Scholastic Band Association competition for the fourth consecutive year over the more
Sharing their story On Saturday, March 16, the student executive board from the Western Hills Middle School Social Media Club, along with their faculty advisor, Robin Blackburn, were presenters at the Rhode Island Department of Education's PrepareRI more
Further strengthening resources that together answered nearly a quarter-million calls for help from Rhode Islanders last year, United Way of Rhode Island has promoted staff at its 2-1-1 call center, and at The POINT, the state's aging and disability more
Showing love Students showcase boxes filled with food collected as part of the #CranstonLovesCranston initiative. According to the effort's organizer, Kerri Kelleher - who serves as president of Benefiting All Students In Cranston, or BASICS - a total of more
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