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By JEN COWART On June 22, the fifth grade students from Woodridge Elementary School had their flying up" ceremony as they prepared to leave elementary school behind and move on in their educational journeys to middle school and beyond. For one of the" more
By PAM SCHIFF It is the rare student who would give up any time of their summer vacation to go to an educational, weeklong unpaid program. But, for the six Cranston East JROTC Cadets that is exactly what they did. From Sunday, June 17 to June, 22, they more
Colonel Michael Winquist, Chief of the Cranston Police Department, has announced the arrest of Kimberly Ruggiero, age 40, of 52 Stevens Road, Cranston, and Carolyn Bird, age 46, of 49 School St., East Providence, for violating the state's social host more
By PAM SCHIFF Addison Abate is in real life a firecracker, so it is very appropriate that she be named Little Miss Fourth of July 2018 for the Bristol July 4th Parade. Since 1949, the parade has had a Miss Fourth of July, and in 1997 the Little Miss more
By PAM SCHIFF In June of 2014, Carol Mitola of Cranston was diagnosed with stage four-kidney disease. In June of last year, her nephrologist told her that it was time for a kidney transplant since she was at the end stage of kidney disease and on the more
By THOMAS GREENBERG It's that time of year again, when construction crews are out in full force across the state to complete any roadwork that seemingly always needs to be done. Only in Cranston, department of public works director Ken Mason says that more
By PAM SCHIFF On June 12, a diverse group of 26 volunteers from across New England were recognized and honored for their contributions and dedication to their organizations at the 2018 Myra Kraft Community VIP awards at Gillette Stadium. This year, more
By THOMAS GREENBERG Like a baseball team fielding its starting roster for the big game, the Republicans and Democrats of Cranston are forming their own teams for the 9 City Council seats available in Cranston this November. There are three citywide more
With Independence Day and the peak of the beach season here, the Department of Environmental Management (DEM) is encouraging beach-goers to buy seasonal passes to help ease traffic tie-ups. … more
The Sargent Rehabilitation Center's Community Recreation/Therapy Program is offered during the months of June through August to students diagnosed Autism Spectrum Disorder and Multiple Handicaps in the Pediatric Center Day School, the Transitional Living more
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