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By JEN COWART At the end of each theatre performance, a nod to the director is often given; a thank you, a bouquet of flowers, a quick bow to the audience. However, last week on Oct. 25, a proper spotlight shone on Nancy Vitulli, Cranston West's theater more
By PAM SCHIFF Eleven people were shot in cold blood Saturday, October 27 for no reason other than they were Jewish. They were attending a special Jewish life-cycle event at the Tree of Life Congregation in Pittsburgh when a heavily armed gunman stormed more
This is the third article in an ongoing series which seeks to showcase some of our schools' unsung heroes. In my 10 years as an education reporter and as a former educator, and in my almost 19 years as a parent, I have seen many amazing educators honored more
By THOMAS GREENBERG With election day fast approaching, candidates for School Committee in Cranston fielded questions about a variety of school issues during a forum held at the Central Library last Thursday. Though only two ward positions are up for more
By THOMAS GREENBERG During the Ward City Council candidates' forum on Thursday, the 10 candidates for Cranston's six wards discussed citywide issues including schools, safety, and governmental transparency, and also answered Ward-specific questions like more
Friends of the Warwick Animal Shelter will hold its 14th Annual Pasta Dinner and Raffle on Saturday, November 3 from 5 to 7 p.m. at the Pilgrim Senior Center, 27 Pilgrim Parkway, Warwick. Attendees will enjoy home cooked pasta, fresh salad, meatballs, more
By JOHN HOWELL Why?" That's all Beth Veltri could say as she entered Meritage Restaurant Sunday to a room of cheering people. They knew the answer to Veltri's question. She was the reason they had gone to lengths to surprise her. It is Veltri who has" more
Defenders of Animals, Inc. held its annual Blessing of the Animals at Sprague Mansion in the Carriage House this past Saturday morning. “Anyone that has ever lost a pet realizes how deep that … more
Their journey started 14 months ago.  And now, Julie McKenna, a graduate of Pilgrim High School in Warwick, and Tory Brody Holmes, a graduate of Cranston High School East, have finished what … more
“The Law and You” pathways students in Ann Marie Torres’ class at Park View Middle School welcomed a guest speaker, Rhode Island Family Court Judge Howard Lipsey, earlier this month. Lipsey has … more
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