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To the Editor: The mainstream has a field day informing us that, 50 years ago, man stepped on the moon via Apollo 11, replaying Walter Cronkite and the videos of that moment when astronaut Neil Armstrong stepped foot on the moon: One small step for man;" 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 KELLSIE KING On July 24, members of the Cranston community gathered in the Cranston Public Library's James T. Giles Community Room to view the PBS documentary American Creed" and the topics referenced in the film. Presented by OneCranston and the" more
Hair on the Square welcomed Hair on the Square has officially opened its doors at 4 Rolfe Square. It caters to all hairdressing and styling needs. Mayor Allan Fung took part in an official ribbon-cutting ceremony on July 20 to welcome the business to the 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
By JACOB MARROCCO Jack and Sallyann DiIorio said they are always blown away by the support they receive for the Race for Matt and Grace and the Friedrich's Ataxia Research Alliance, but especially so when August rolls around. Aug. 17 will mark the third more
By PETE FONTIANE How would you like to win a wagon full of top-shelf liquor valued at $700? Kelly-Gazzerro VFW Post 2812, located at 1418 Plainfield Pike on the Cranston-Johnston line, has your ticket for that prize - along with a night of Italian food more
Cranston Enrichment Center 1070 Cranston St. 780-6000 Dementia & Hearing Loss Tuesday, Aug. 6 at 1:30 p.m. Presenter: Micheline Gauthier, audiologist Studies have shown seniors with hearing loss are significantly more likely to develop dementia over time more
By JEN COWART Students from across the state, including several from Cranston and Warwick, will take the stage this weekend for the Rhode Island Youth Theatre summer camp's performances of Beauty and the Beast." The performers agree that their" more
Visual artists who dream of having the resources to push their craft to the next level have until Aug. 19 to apply for $25,000 fellowships from the Rhode Island Foundation. The grants are considered to be among the largest no-strings-attached awards more
By KELLY SULLIVAN Seven members of the Civilian Conservation Corps decided to take a walk along Cape Cod Bay in Brewster, Massachusetts, on Feb. 11, 1936. Suddenly, the ice beneath their feet split, sending a quarter-mile stretch of frozen water sailing more
Celebrating the first year Van Eeghen's Pharmacy at 650 Oaklawn Ave. celebrated its one-year anniversary on July 14. The local, family-owned pharmacy is handling three times the number of prescriptions it had projected for its first year. Pictured are more
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