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Cornerstone School, located at 665 Dyer Avenue, held their annual Family Day celebration on June 29. This year’s theme was the Olympics, and activities included a variety of Olympic crafts and … more
By JACOB MARROCCO Rhodes Elementary School fifth-grade teacher James Gemma had no idea what was coming on Monday afternoon. He stood in the back corner of the gymnasium during what seemed like a routine meeting, but General Treasurer Seth Magaziner was more
During a March vigil at Hugh B. Bain Middle School’s track, Lauren Ise was remembered as having a heart “bigger than the sun.” On July 20, members of the community will again gather at the … more
The Annual Halloween Party at the Cranston Fire Department Headquarters on Pontiac Ave. on Halloween night. The city of Cranston and the Cranston Fire Department hosted the event. The party has been … more
On Monday, the Cranston Public Library’s Central Library hosted an “open showcase” for individuals age 13 and up to try out and experience virtual reality systems, including Google Expedition … more
By JEN COWART Cranston Area Career and Technical Center students recently traveled to the 2019 SkillsUSA Championships, held in Louisville, Kentucky, from June 23-29. They competed against more than 6,500 students from all over the country in a national more
On June 27, guests participated in the Cranston Historical Society’s first evening “Tour with Tea” program at the Sprague Mansion. The evening began with a brief movie about the Sprague … more
By MERI R. KENNEDY On Tuesday, July 16, Cranston Historical Society members and visitors enjoyed an evening of baseball stories from sportswriter and author Steven Krasner, a Cranston resident. Sandra Moyer, the society's president, welcomed those in more
By JEN COWART Little Free Libraries are increasingly popping up all over the world, as the community-building spirit of “leave a book, take a book” gains momentum. Although the story behind … more
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The Rhode Island Public Transit Authority (RIPTA) will detour Route 3 (Warwick Ave.) beginning Saturday, May 25 through Monday, May 27 to accommodate the Gaspee Days Arts and Crafts Festival. The detour will be in effect from the first trip of the day more
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