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By PETE FONTAINE Many people will attest that there's as much tradition in the Ladies Philoptochos Society Greek Food Fair & Christmas Bazaar as there is in the legend of Santa Claus. It started many moons ago, back when current members would go with more
By MERI R. KENNEDY The Cranston Historical Society held their Charlie the Butler Ghost Party this past weekend at the Governor Sprague Mansion. The party has been a major fundraising event for more than 16 years. Upon arrival, guests were treated to many more
By MERI R. KENNEDY On Oct. 25, the Cranston YMCA, through a mini grant from One Cranston Initiative, held their inaugural Fall Harvest Dance. Each table was adorned in Halloween orange and there were some Halloween decorations throughout the gym. more
Blessed are the animals Rev. Nancy Soukov, interim pastor of Edgewood Congregational Church, conducted a blessing of the animals Oct. 7 at the church. She visited each animal, offering a blessing of good health and long life, also blessing the families more
Waterman Elementary School held their Annual “Light The Night” event on Oct. 26 at the school on Pontiac Ave. The students and families of Waterman decorated pumpkins and brought them to the … more
By JEN COWART For many Cranston high school students who graduated the weekend of June 9, 2018, that day was the kickoff to what was the beginning of a very busy time. There were summer jobs to work, college packing lists and schedules to make, textbooks more
Washington Bank held a community Shred It Day in several Rhode Island communities on Oct. 20, which included their location on Reservoir Ave. Participants could bring up to two boxes (maximum) per person to be shredded as they looked on. There was a more
The former Cranston Police Station site at 275 Atwood Ave. is set to become a brand new retail center. According to a Dept. of Environmental Management (DEM) press release, the state has decided the site fits the guidelines for a $400,000 grant, which more
By JEN COWART Last Tuesday, Valerie Bruzzi's Life Skills art class at Cranston High School West welcomed the preschool students, staff and CHSW students from the Cranston Area Career and Technical Center's (CACTC) Education Pathways program to their more
By JEN COWART Last week the eighth-grade students at Park View Middle School listened to a sobering presentation as three former inmates from the RI Department of Corrections, along with Christopher Frenier, a probation and parole officer, shared stories more
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